Footwork

[Chicago] Footwork is a style of related music and street dance that originated in Chicago during the 1980s. The dance involves fast movement of the feet with accompanying twists and turns, and usually takes place as part of a `battle`. The music style has evolved from an earlier musical style, juke, a change pioneered by R.P. Boo. The styl...
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footwork

[n] - the manner of using the feet
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footwork

noun the manner of using the feet
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Footwork

In the striking arts, footwork is the term used to describe one's ability to maintain balance and control distance through movement.
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Footwork

The way a boxer moves and plants his feet which enables him to be well-balanced for throwing punches and ready to switch easily between defensive and offensive boxing.
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Footwork

[martial arts] Footwork is a martial arts and combat sports term for the general usage of the legs and feet in stand-up fighting. Footwork involves keeping balance, closing or furthering the distance, controlling spatial positioning, and/or creating additional momentum for strikes. == Basic Incarnations of Footwork == === Boxing Footwork ==...
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Footwork

[dance] Footwork refers to dance technique aspects related to feet: foot position and foot action. The following aspects of footwork may be considered: Different dances place different emphasis on the above aspects. ==Ballroom dancing== In a narrow sense, e.g., in descriptions of ballroom dance figures, the term refers to the behavior of th...
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Footwork

In the striking arts, footwork is the term used to describe one's ability to maintain balance and control distance through movement.
Found on http://www.ufc.com/discover/glossary/list

Footwork

the necessary (foot) steps that a batsman has to take so as to be at a comfortable distance from where the ball has pitched, just right to hit the ball anywhere he desires, negating any spin or swing that a bowler attempts to extract after bouncing.
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Footwork

the necessary (foot) steps that a batsman has to take so as to be at a comfortable distance from where the ball has pitched, just right to hit the ball anywhere he desires, negating any spin or swing that a bowler attempts to extract after bouncing.
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Footwork

The stance is only a starting point - it allows the batsman to move his feet easily into position to play balls of any length and direction. A short-pitched ball can be played most easily off the back foot ('playing back'). The batsman moves his back foot back towards the wicket and across into the line of the ball, giving him the maximum time to j...
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FOOTWORK

A series of steps and turns that immediately follow one another, executed in time to the music and choreographically related to each other. Also referred to as a step sequence, footwork is intended to show the precision and dexterity of the skater's movements.
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Footwork

A sequence of step maneuvers carrying the skater across the ice in patterns generally straight, circular or serpentine. Footwork is intended to show the precision and dexterity of the skater's movements.
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Footwork

Isolated and often complex movements of the feet as in flamenco, step dancing or bharata natyam.
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Footwork

The way a boxer moves and plants his feet which enables him to be well-balanced for throwing punches and ready to switch easily between defensive and offensive boxing.
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Footwork

The way a boxer moves and plants his or her feet which enables them to be well-balanced for throwing punches and ready to switch easily between defensive and offensive boxing.
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