"Videos of all 36 simple steps, 24 leader sacadas and 24 follower boleos"?
Yup. The basic premise seems to be that beginner men drop out more than beginner women because.... errr, I'm not sure. Their egos are too fragile?...
Ummm.... no? :confused:
Mind you, there may be some correlation - Finnish tango's a big scene, but I've never heard of Finnish salsa.
Nah, I think he just likes to add a bit of variety to the evening.
Personally I'd rather have a 100% WCS night...
It's interesting, I've been attending WCS classes for the past few months, and the teacher (a ballroom teacher) also adds in a little taster AT...
Knife fights, cor. Sounds authentically Argentinian, at least. :D
On a more serious note, I've found that there's a wide range of attitudes from...
It's a bit of a bugger, technically speaking, to lead.
My term is cooler :p
Teach it? I can't even pronounce it.
Funnily enough, I did this exercise as part of last Sunday's class - "mirrored ochos", extending to become "mirrored giros".
I'm discovering that the shape of the ochos vary quite a lot depending on what the leader does (i.e. rotate or sidestep). Which,...
It does seem a bit strange. Mind you, isn't American Tango a bit more like Argentine Tango?
Oops, just spotted this.
Errmm... maybe speak to the ballroom teacher? :confused:
Errr, yes. By developing a structured approach. Or, a syllabus.
I thought that was the second rule? :confused:
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