In class on Saturday, as Claire was giving us a combo, four of us were standing in a zig-zag, waiting in various half-baked b-plusses.
Then Claire gave us all the hairy eyeball and said, “Even in class, even when you’re just waiting, you can never sickle or cross your feet. You have to stay on your supporting leg and keep those working toes weightless.”
And we all looked at ourselves and realized we were being lazy and straightened up and flew right.
Until that moment, I had never noticed how slack my rest position was. Lazy, slouching, sickled.
Consider that fixed. I’d like to upgrade my b-plus to an A-plus.