Spinning Fundamentals (part 1) Traveling Turns

Author: Aldo

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If you can't turn, you can't dance. Leaders are especialy guilty of terrible turning technique. If you want to lead turns properly, you need to understand and know how to turn yourself. Followers are forced to survive turning moves because they are so prominent in the dance, but most follows lack proper technique and plateau quickly. If you learn this technique, you dancing can easily advance to the next level.

Toe Drag Crank Turns

Author: kevinstlaurent

If your technique for a crank turn is on point, then this move is a shoe in! Followers, here's one way to style this move so that you can be more musical with your shapes. Leaders, your contribution is super important, so don't miss the technical breakdown.

Spinning Fundamentals (part 2) One Foot Spins

Author: Aldo

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If you can't turn, you can't dance. Single foot turns are super fun and impressive and don't require a partner for training. Practice in the kitchen, practice at the bus stop, practice while waiting in lines at the supermarket. Practice, practice, practice!

Jump Rope

Author: kevinstlaurent

This hilarious move will be sure to please everyone around. Its ridiculousness fits its name and the silly nature of lindy hop. It's low risk physically and visually looks terrifying. Have fun with it and own it when you do it.

Lazy Fast Footwork

Author: Aldo

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Seemingly simple, these short drills when done properly will prepare you to be a fun partner to dance with as opposed to a laborious partner to sturggle with. Focus on your weight, body pulse and relaxation.

Advanced Solo Jazz Moves 2

Author: Aldo

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Anyone can jump in and learn theses jazz steps even if you haven't learned all the simpler ones. However, primarily use these videos as a reference point in learning these steps. It's important that eventually they become your own, but at the core the timing and general principles will be timeless.