Routines - Individuals

Solo costumes

One-Baton (called a Solo)
An original with a variety of sections (vertical, horizontal, rolls, finger twirls). It is judged on speed, difficulty, precision, fluidity, speed, and showmanship.

Two-Baton
An original routine with a variety of sections, yet the twirler has two batons, which must both be in action at all times.

Three-Baton
An original routine with a variety of elements. All batons must be in action at all times.

Rhythmic Twirl
An original routine in which solo twirling is choreographed to coordinate with self-selected music. It is a one-baton routine that is only open to advanced solo twirlers. Props are not allowed.

Show Twirl
An original routine in which solo twirling is choreographed to coordinate with self-selected music. The twirler may use as many batons and props as he/she can carry onto the floor in one trip. Electrical props are prohibited.

Flag Twirl
An original routine, in which a flag baton is used. It is judged like a solo routine.

Strut
A one-baton routine, which is judged on flexibility, smoothness, speed, difficulty and showmanship. Marching is required and must be in step with the music that is played (a foot should be on the ground on the downbeat of the music). Rolls, finger twirls, or more than two revolutions at a time are not permitted in NBTA style struts. Strut requirements vary per organization.

Modeling
A routine executed to exemplify grace and poise. Interviews are sometimes included. I

Interview
Interview styles and rules vary according to organizations. All interviews are intended to exemplify personality of the twirler. The twirler is asked questions, which should be answered in a way which reflects his/her dreams, thoughts, or opinions. Fluidity of speech, comfortability and clarity of ideas are judged.