old and new ATS

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    Anonymous

    Whats the difference between “old ATS” and “new ATS”?

    #95687

    Anonymous

    Hi Michelle,While ATS® has evolved over the years and new variations are popping up all the time, we find it helpful for those who want to dance ATS with others whom they haven't danced with before to group their ATS knowledge into two categories (or both), so each person knows their common vocabulary.  We call it Classic and Modern now, but here is an excerpt from Carolena's blog during the time of this decision:"I propose that the steps from Tribal Basics Vol. 1 Dance Fundamentals and Tribal Basics Vol. 4 Embellishments and Variations be considered ATS Old School, as they are the foundation of what we do. Everything else, including our Tribal Basics Vol. 7 Creative Steps and Combinations, are to be considered ATS New Style."For the whole "fireside chat" go here: http://fcbdblog.blogspot.com/2010/09/ats-old-school-ats-new-style.html

    #95688

    Anonymous

    Thank you Sandi.  I have another question…what does “original gansta” mean?

    #95689

    Anonymous

    Ha ha!  That's a misspelling of “gangsta”.  “Original gangster” or OG.  While we're not gangsters, we are the origin of ATS.  It's just a playful use of the phrase for us.

    #95690

    Anonymous

    Thank you for your feed back info.  So “OG” is kind of like your guys playful nickname?These are the questions I've always wondered and I'm finally getting to know the answers...awesome!!

    #95691

    Anonymous

    Yes.  Something like, “Hey yo, FCBD is the OG of ATS!”  😉

    #95692

    Anonymous

    ahhh, got it.  Thank you, thank you, thank you.

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