10 count moves

Peter and Liz show how to play around with leading and following different count moves..

The moves in this video are:
– Inside turn arm catch reverse
– 10 count single turn
– 10 count double turn
– 8 count single turn
– 8 count free turn to… Arm catch reverse
– 6 count
– 8 count Texas Tommy
– 8 count Texas Tommy on 7&8

Follow the instructions in the video.

Teachers: Peter Strom and Liz
http://www.uptownswing.net

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10-count Swing out with footwork variation at the end

Ali and Katja show a swing out variation with a triple triple triple step at the end.

First Ali and Katja from Germany demonstrate this 10-count swing out variation – with an extra triple step on the right for the leaders and on the left for the followers. The move is then explained in detail.

This is an easy intermediate Swing out variation that helps you to build a more open mindset when it comes to swing outs – they don’t always have to be 8 counts.

Leaders, remember to slide on the right very clearly to make it easier to the followers to follow.

Teachers: Ali Taghavi and Katja Uckermann
http://www.swingstep.com

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*You can find Ali and Katja’s comprehensive Charleston and Lindy Hop basic instructional videos here at their SwingStep.tv site.

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Lindy Hop Steps

Lucy and Eric show a few Lindy Hop moves.

Lindy Hop Steps

In this video the first move is “wiggle walking”, using steps or walks instead of triple steps.
The second move is the Hawk, which is a Swing out variation: it starts with a Swing out from closed and ends with an Outside Turn free spin for the follower, where the leader chases after her and brings her into a new Swing out.
The third move they call the “Slingshot”.
The fourth move is a 10 count Swing out variation, ending with an Inside Turn for the follower.

Teachers: Lucy Falkner & Eric Shaw http://www.rhythmcity.ca

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