They mean to do something. In other words, when I hear a bar, I think, “What is this?”
To me, the bar has four tones: up, down, left and right, as you can see. When the bar is up, I think of a song, and I want to dance to this song. When the bar is down, I want to dance to this song.
If I want to dance to a song the other way, I will think to the left, and when I think to the right, I will move across the dancefloor like a ballerina.
As it turns out, the word “bar” is also a word for “dance floor.”
This word, bar, means literally to dance. In fact, many of the oldest dancing rhythms have their origins in classical dance, and the bar and dance are linked in the same way.
As a dancer of modern bars, I’ve never been one to give up my routine. That was the case in a recent workout at the YMCA, with four of the YMCA’s top instructors on the program’s first-year dance teams.
In three years, I’d been working with dancers who never had heard the word “bar,” much less known what “Bar” meant.
But after three hours in the warmups, the three-year veterans began to realize that they were making progress.
In the first half-hour of our five-minute workout, we had six dancers work on each step of the routine. By and large, these were great progress, especially for these men and women. After three hours of this type of work, all eight of the YMCA team members had mastered their respective steps perfectly.
Of course, that doesn’t mean everything in this five-minute exercise is perfect.
The first half-hour was designed specifically to show the athletes where, exactly, they were, and where they were not. We started with basic moves that they would recognize and familiarize themselves with, but which they could use to improve to a higher level.
This, of course, includes the bar.
But the Bar was even more important, even if no one knew it. The bar is a symbol of strength and power. For example, I recently started working on the step of walking that my team’s leader, Josh, has been trying to improve on. I first learned how to walk by working with Josh
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