Mar 18, 2023 · acrobatic (comparative more acrobatic, superlative most acrobatic) Of or pertaining to an acrobat . vigorously active (Can we add an example for this sense?)
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Jul 4, 2022 · Acrobatics (from Ancient Greek ἀκροβατέω akrobatéō 'walk on tiptoe, strut') is the performance of human feats of balance, agility, and motor coordination. Acrobatic skills are used in performing arts , sporting events, and martial arts .
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The acrobats developed their styles based on traditional ancient arts such as dance, theater, martial arts, and magic shows. Their acrobatics is distinctive and incorporates traditional skills and physical exercises. In general, there are two styles of Chinese acrobatics: martial arts style and circus style.
AcroDance is the beautiful fusion of traditional dance and acrobatic movement. While performing, dancers should maintain an emotional connection to the movement, music and audience. Acro is not...
Acrobatics ( Latin: akrobateō — climb upward) is usually understood as. a kind of physical exercises; a kind of performing arts; a sport. Acrobatics requires extraordinary balance, agility and motor coordination. A person who performs acrobatics is called an acrobat.