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Re: Latin Motion
Posted by terence2
12/31/2016  5:26:00 AM

Your technical explanation is "flawed "..

Failing to mention first, which part of the foot , makes contact with the floor.

There are 2 accepted approaches..

1... Intern. style

2... American style

Bottom line is this.. one needs to consult a Prof. with the experience in BOTH genres .
Re: Latin Motion
Posted by Del Dominguez
8/3/2017  10:22:00 PM
Indeed, the Salsa style is more natural and not as fabricated as the Int/Am style.
Re: Latin Motion
Posted by nloftofan1
8/4/2017  10:21:00 AM
There is a 1940s movie "short subject" named "Cuban Rhythm," that you can see occasionally (in the U. S.) on Turner Classic Movies, that includes a brief (American style) Rumba lesson taught by an Arthur Murray instructor. The Latin Motion part: Imagine that you are standing on a street corner, waiting for a bus, switching your weight from one leg to the other. Of course there's more to it, but it's not a bad way for a beginner to start.
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