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Exercise

Heel Pick Knocks

This exercise is about clean even sounds while articulating a smooth upper-body flow.

Exercise

Toe Heel Wiggle Slide with Arms

This exercise covers toe and heel drops, transferring of weight and slides in a fun way.

Combinations

Got It Goin' On

This combination has a smooth, fluid style to accompany nerve beats and improvisation. Sit back on the beat and listen to the trombone as it indicates the style required for this piece of choreogr...

Combinations

Bore Me

This is a nice, rocky beginner combination which encourages you to use your whole body. The speed of this piece may seem a little quick but will fall into place once your coordination settles. So...

Exercise

Paradiddley

This exercise is a mixup of paradiddles and paddles. Starting in fours and moving to singles. A great exercise for well balanced beats sustained with ease.

Combinations

From The Sea

This is a fast combination, but once you have it, it is loads of fun to do. Listen carefully as your feet and rhythms interact with the music. Take it slow at first and master the weight changes an...

Exercise

Rhythm Layering 3

This exercise is all about exploring rhythms and how much you can benefit from working with a partner to exchange ideas and rapport.

Combinations

PJ & Rooster

This is a fun number with a nice uptempo swing feel. This is your chance to work on your tap steps, tap draw ins, heel picks toes, toe heels and paradiddles. Just dig your feet in and have some fun...

Exercise

Rhythm Layering 2

This exercise is all about exploring rhythms and how much you can benefit from working with a partner to exchange ideas and rapport.

Step

Flaps / Tap Steps

This step is about tapping the floor and then stepping onto it. A tap step is also known as a flap.

Step

Heel Dig

This basic is about allowing the heel of the foot to drop to the floor.

Step

Heel Drop

This basic is about your heel striking the floor. Easy knees and body weight enable you to create a good strong sound.