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Practice practice practice [Apr. 23rd, 2005|06:42 pm]
Callicrates


It is entirely possible that there are at most 2 or 3 people reading this who will know what it means. Nonetheless, I am quite proud of it:

So Deep / heavy

However, that's nothing compared to what this guy can do.

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[User Picture]From: ishaa
2005-04-24 01:15 am (UTC)
You showed us the ultimate dance! Thank you very much. I can't stop crying... buckets of tears.
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[User Picture]From: swami_bob
2005-04-24 03:55 pm (UTC)
I'm tempted to get a PS2/X-box just for D-D-R. I figure it's a good aerobic workout and it less space than a treadmill :)
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[User Picture]From: callicrates
2005-04-24 05:39 pm (UTC)
Once you get past the beginner setting, yes, it's an excellent aerobic workout. I can't speak for the Xbox version, but I'd suggest either DDRMAX2 or DDR Extreme on the PS2. They have workout modes that can play one song after another without stopping for some set length of time. Also, you do get better with practice: that image I posted is from one of the hardest songs in DDRMAX2 on its hardest settings. A year and a half ago I'd have turned pale and fallen over just from looking at the pattern.

Ask me about pads if you decide to go this route. There's an awful lot of variation in price and quality.

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[User Picture]From: turnberryknkn
2005-04-24 08:27 pm (UTC)
(grin) Rock on.
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