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This basic is about allowing the heel of the foot to drop to the floor.
This basic is about your heel striking the floor. Easy knees and body weight enable you to create a good strong sound.
A Toe Tap is all about the articulation of the ankle and allowing your foot to have flexibility and ease when striking the floor.
This combo is FAST, really get connected to the ground and use your plié. Have a good understanding of the rhythm. Timing is key!
This combo starts with jump jump out on the right. Know the difference between a jump and a hop, this will be helpful with this combination. Really articulate your feet.
This is a speed exercise and all sounds should be separated and really articulated.
This exercise is good for separating sounds, shuffles, and for adding things together. Adding a clap to the toes or touches is a good exercise for the brain.
This exercise is all about exploring rhythms and how much you can benefit from working with a partner to exchange ideas and rapport.
This combination includes loads of body weight transitions. The most important ingredient here is never stop “grooving!” Let’s get down to it.