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      Sophie Summers
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      Registered On: March 16, 2020
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      Some great advise here I recently did a video on Deportment and forgot to cover this aspect, funny enough I was asked to do an update covering walking up/down stairs along with putting heels on correctly…. Do you think it is worth making a video covering these aspects?

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        Jennifer Walker
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        So[hie

        It could be a literal life saver for a girl.

        Thanks

        Jennifer

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        Sophie,

        A video would be great, and a link to you videos would help.

        Lynda

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      Jennifer Walker
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      Thank you everybody for the best advice.  A lot to remember but practice makes perfect.

      Luv

      Jennifer

       

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      Carolyne Sherman
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      Definitely follow Sutekina’s advice, step down a little sideways or diagonal. You almost cross the upper foot over the lower as you step down. Also using the handrail and using smaller steps with good posture helps. Be very careful to not catch the heel on that stupid metal or rubber cuff on the edge of the step by lifting the upper foot slightly as you begin your step down. And last but not least… don’t practice this after the 2nd glass of wine, or more. Good luck!

      🍷C

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      Sutekina
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      Hold the rail and face diagonally. It’s almost side stepping down.

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      Robyn Devine
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      Thanks Robyn

      Super advice. It’s  so easy to do the guy walk.  Should I try to keep my legs close together and slow it all down?  I feel I have  a natural feeling to do the opposite

      XO

      Jen

       

      Close together works…and YES slow and easy until you start finding your balance.

      Try to go for keeping your feet and knees pointed straight in front of you.  Some girls can be bow – legged, or pidgeon toed…so try and go for close to straight in front.

      Dont try and do the runway model thing for a while…where they walk a line putting one foot in front of the other…like a sobriety test…depending on how your built, it may not work well.

      xo – Robyn

      My pleasure! 😁

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      Robyn Devine
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      Jennifer

      Watch women the next time you can…you’ll notice that ladies hold onto the rail to give little more balance.  If your tall, going up and down stairs you need a shorter step than in “guy” mode. Also take your time.

      You dont want to catch your heels on the step, so a little pick up and  tiny kick out as you step down.

      On a flat floor in heels, its heel to toe, when stairs are involved its more a clop.  That means bringing down heel and toe at the same time.

      The thinner and taller the heel, the shorter your step/stride has to be.

      ** Almost forgot **  Stand and walk very upright.  Looks better.  Dont “guy” schlump! LOL!!

      xo – Robyn 👠👠🤗

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        Jennifer Walker
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        Thanks Robyn

        Super advice. It’s  so easy to do the guy walk.  Should I try to keep my legs close together and slow it all down?  I feel I have  a natural feeling to do the opposite

        XO

        Jen

         

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