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Transcript: Staying in line Note card project In marching band staying in time is important but not looking down is also important. If you want to look down at someones feet to stay in time, instead you can look at the drum major or listen to the percussion to stay in time. Every time the drum major says an odd number like 1, your left foot hits the ground. Every time the drum major says an even number like 2, your right foot hits the ground. To stay in time you have to make sure you are marching properly by making sure your knees are locked, your hips are rolled under, your toes high to the sky, and your legs are straight. Left Foot Whatever you do don't look down!!! While marching, watch the drum major to stay in time If you cannot see the drum major, think in your head "left, right, left, right" Also know that if the count is an odd number, your left foot hits the ground If the count is an even number, your right foot hits the ground Staying in time while marching Stepping off at the exact time To stay in time you need to have your knees locked and your hips rolled under Keep your toes high to the sky while marching If you happen to get off time, you can do one tiny skip to get back in time Marching in time Wait for your band director to give the command for forwards march or backwards march Mark time and stay at attention until command given While marking time, think about your first or next step Hailey Schweitzer Use your peripheral vision to stay to stay in line Make sure you are marching in step to stay in your line because if not you will not make your spot If you are out of line take a bigger step if you are behind and if you are ahead take a smaller step to stay in line Finally in time!!! Now that you keep your toes high to the sky, your hips rolled under, your knees locked, and your legs straight you can stay in time instead of being out of time. Just remember that if you happen to get out of time, you can listen to the percussion or watch the drum major..... Just remember that no one is perfect and everyone messes up from time to time, so keep your head up and march on!!!!!!!

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