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Yet, in spite of being extremely conscientious, Sarah has begun to develop problems remembering new choreography. She is unaware of any personal concerns but often feels tired and takes frequent naps during the day. These help to revive her a bit for the next rehearsal. Sarah also makes sure to sleep at least seven hours per night but finds that during vacations her natural predilection is to sleep ten hours. What is she doing wrong? Sarah’s problems with remembering new choreography are recent, suggesting that she does not have a learning disability.
The goal has been to cultivate our dancers’ health and performance potential by supplementing medical treatment with the knowledge necessary to prevent injury. , and nutritionist Joy Bauer. Since the program’s inception, the company’s workers’ compensation claims and disability have been reduced. Our dancers are now more aware of the consequences of unhealthy behaviors, such as lack of sleep or a poor diet. They also possess a greater understanding of their bodies, recognize the benefits of cross-conditioning, and are committed to increasing their energy levels and optimizing performance.
NYCB’s nutritional evaluation, which we describe in general terms in Chapter 2, will vary depending on the individual dietician. The key is to match your physical needs with the demands of dancing. Remember, the more you know, the better the odds of avoiding serious problems throughout your career. Peak Performance NYCB’s wellness program includes annual workshops on the specific areas of concern that are the heart of this book: the five keys to peak performance. These universal keys apply to all types of dancers.