Ron Mackey Feb. 4, 2006, 1:12 a.m. (Message 44122)
On 3 Feb 2006 at 9:44, Thomas G. Mungall, III wrote: > Must not be playing much basketball where you live. ;-) Is that some sort of game, Tom?? ^^ :)) > > Finding a place with a sprung wood floor is difficult but sure makes a > difference as a dance surface! One group I dance with has a sprung wood > floor while the other is on tile on concrete. Vast difference in my > endurance on these two surfaces, not to mention how my joints and muscles > feel afterwards. Do you find that if you dance on two different surfaces whithin a short time it takes about three dances before your muscles get 'tuned' to the 'resonance' of the new floor? I used always to get that sensation as we used different floors (one Parquet & the other sprung) each week and going from sprung to parquet was quite painful.