Double tuck turn into Tandem

Kenny and Jesse show a variation of a classical way of getting into Tandem Charleston. This move is an extended version of the chase into tandem a.k.a the S-turn into tandem a.k.a the tuck turn into tandem.

Follow the instructions in the video.

– A popular variation on this moves involves the leader stepping away from his follow to his right with his left leg on count 9. This gives the visual effect of the follower “chasing” the leader.
– To review the basic version of this move click here.

Teachers: Kenny Nelson and Jesse Hanus and

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