SwArms Lake--If you can't point your toes, flail.
Carmen. You know, in a black and red costume...
A slightly less ear-splitting George Gershwin number.
Memoirs of a Geisha. A tribute to Japanese culture?
Something Puccinni. Italian is always nice.
Soemthing Kwan used. If that feeling starts beginning, take an ant-acid.
Other Generic Movie Soundtrack. Music tinkly enough to make you pee.
An "edgy" Muzak version of a classic rock tune.
Something else (DO explain.)
Huge improvement in the upper body for Gracie. She's still a work in progress and the shoulders continue to drop, but kudos to her team and to her for the obvious work that has been put in.
She's got a lot of growing to do and I can't wait to see her develop under Frank.
Boring. I really, really wish they picked something that used Gracie's spark and oomph and didn't try to make her all floaty.
She's not a natural,. but neither was Ashley and she came a long way under Mills....but, this might be the first time people have tried to slow her down and refine her moves.
She still needs work on those arms...that is why I am interested in what she can do over the next quad..not interested in seeing another one-hit wonder or diamond in the rough win the OLY. My preference is always for a full -packaged skater....Ahem..come back, Mirai!
I really like the new SP. Especially when the music swells towards the end, it matches Gracie's power.
Because we fans are rarely happy, the moment she finished I thought: Oh great, now let's do a modern, edgy LP and it'll be perfect
I don't think this SP is gentle and princess-y; rather, it is romantic. And if it teaches Gracie to express this kind of music, all the better, she'll be more versatile.
improving my ballad- like lines
The music is a million times better than the previous program, and she skates pretty well to it, too. For those calling it boring, although I somewhat disagree, I'd take boring over physically painful any day! I think it's a vast improvement.
"The team doesn't get automatic capacity because management is mad" -- Greg Smith, agile guy
who choreographed this new sp?
This music seems calmer, which should be helpful. Ultimately, I don't see it mattering what the music is in singles. So few of the skaters truly interpret. They simply need to land those jumps!