Left Leg

Some articles on leg, left leg, left:

Arabesque (ballet Position) - Arabesques in The Royal Academy of Dance System
... First arabesque is taken standing en ouvert on the right leg with the left leg extended ... The left arm is at the side, slightly behind and below the left shoulder ... The dancer stands on their left leg, with their right leg extended ...
National Ice Skating Association - Assessment - Skate UK Star Levels (formerly Known As Passport) - Speed Skating
... keeping both blades on ice Straights, leg push - In a basic skating position full length of straight glide on left foot, continuous push with right foot ... of body weight and well balance, then on other leg Weight Transfer - Demonstrate the weight transfer, changing from right leg to left leg, this is to be done keeping both ... Nose, knee and toe of gliding leg must be in a straight line ...
Transformers: Scramble City - Characters - Decepticons
... most of the combiners, Scrapper becomes Devastator's right leg ... Becomes Devastator's left leg ... Becomes Devastator's left arm ...
List Of Capoeira Techniques - Kicks - Queixada
... To execute with the right leg, one begins in mid-ginga stance, with the left leg back and the right forward ... From this position, step slightly to the left with the right leg, shifting body weight onto the forward (right) leg while the body faces left ... Immediately bring the left leg forward, crossing it behind the right while beginning to throw body weight forward to gain momentum ...

Famous quotes containing the words leg and/or left:

    Eye of newt and toe of frog,
    Wool of bat and tongue of dog,
    Adder’s fork and blind-worm’s sting,
    Lizard’s leg and owlet’s wing,
    For a charm of powerful trouble,
    Like a hell-broth boil and bubble.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    It were a real increase of human happiness, could all young men from the age of nineteen be covered under barrels, or rendered otherwise invisible; and there left to follow their lawful studies and callings, till they emerged, sadder and wiser, at the age of twenty-five.
    Thomas Carlyle (1795–1881)