Here is a question we received – Let’s see if I can answer it 🙂 -Brian
“You invited your viewers to submit questions. Here is a perennial problem that I have faced with leader after leader at the bronze level: They can’t remember the moves that they have learned in dance classes with me. Consequently, there are many moves that I never get the chance to do again because they are not led. (It is just not the same to do these moves only by myself during practice.)
I mention this matter to the leaders, trying to remind them of these moves, but it does no good. During a dance, they stick with about four basic moves that they repeat endlessly, ignoring or overlooking many moves that they know (or should know), but cannot remember. I am tempted to wear a list of moves on a chain around my neck to which leaders can refer as I dance with them.
I have also suggested that the leader develop a routine in advance that incorporates the new moves. Still no luck.” -Frustrated
Here is an article I wrote “5 Tips to Remember Your Patterns in WCS”