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The average person who weighs around 150 pounds and twirls a baton while walking will burn about 136 calories in 30 minutes. This is the same for people who play an instrument while walking in a marching band.

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Who started baton twirling?

Baton twirling as a sport has an unknown origin. Many people say that the Dutch introduced baton twirling to America in 1681 when they landed in Pennsylvania, others say Major Millsap's created baton twirling when he established Millsap's College in Mississippi after the Civil War.


What year did baton twirling start?

Baton twirling started in 1977 in London, England. The popularity brought many countries together to have world baton twirling competitions.


Where was twirling baton originated?

Baton Twirling was invented by the DUTCH. Baton Twirling is a sport involving dance, gymnastics, and some cheerleading. You use a long metal stick called a baton and twirl it. You spin it, toss it, and dance while twirling it. Competiotions are held everywhere in the world. Japan is famous for it. Batons are used by twirlers, cheerleaders, and many other things, like drum majors.


Is baton a sport?

Baton twirling naturally involves twirling a baton, which is a balanced stick usually comprised of metal, but at competitive levels, baton twirling is much more. As with gymnastics, figure skating, and other sports combining agility with grace, competitive baton twirling requires a routine containing mandatory elements for scoring points. In a competition, a baton twirler may be required to twirl vertically, or perpendicular to the floor, and horizontally. Similarly, they are required to make a certain number of catches and releases and vary them throughout their routine. Baton twirling at some levels of competition requires twirlers to use more than one baton. Baton twirling is an essential element to many marching band performances, where you will see twirlers not only as drum majorettes, but also twirling other objects such as rifles, flags, and even flames. Twirlers are an integral part of a marching band performance as they add visual appeal to the overall musical performance. Many participants in middle and high school marching band drill teams, flag corps, and color guards may also be involved in competitive baton twirling individually.


Baton twirling in Austria?

i cannot find any groups in austria, but i did find one in hungary... depending on where you live, you might be able to commute to join that team. the team is Paks Twirling and their website is .pakstwirling.extra.hu i hope this works... twirling is amazing and everyone should have a chance to twirl on a team. :-) I'm not aware of a baton twirling organization in Austria, but I'm sure there are twirlers and coaches there. Austria is not a member country of the World Baton Twirling Federation (WBTF). Here is the link to the WBTF web site; click the Countries tab to see which countries are members:wbtf.org/aboutNeighboring Germany, France, Switzerland, and Italy are part of WBTF.There are many talented baton twirlers and coaches throughout Europe!


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