Hacksaw

in Intermediate, by eiki

Hacksaw

Ann and Nicole show the Hacksaw from 20s Charleston.

The moves in this video are:
– Getting into front to front 20s Charleston.
– Adding in kicks in front to front 20s charleston.
– Hacksaw from 20s charleston.

Follow the instructions in the video.

Teachers: Ann Mony and Nicole Frydman
http://www.920special.com and http://www.annmony.com/

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20s Charleston and more moves

Marcus and Janie show some 20s Charleston and variations.

The moves in this video are:
– Basic 20s Charleston.
– Rock step cross and turn.
– Rock step cross, rock step cross,
– Single, single, double (with slide back and jump out).
– Turn around.
– Fly charleston.

Follow the instructions in the video.

Teachers: Marcus Coker and Janie Austin
http://www.itsaboutmomentum.com

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Solo Charleston variations

Marcus show a few Charleston variations.

The moves in this video are:
– Basic 20s Charleston
– Basic with kicks also known as 30s Charleston.
– 30s Charleston with a sweep.
– 30s Charleston with a swoop.
– 30s Charleston with a touch the floor.
– 30s Charleston with extra kicks.
– Crossovers.
– Bi lateral cross steps also known as Run on the log.

Follow the instructions in the video.

Teacher: Marcus Coker
http://www.itsaboutmomentum.com

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20s Charleston variations

Ali and Katja show the 20s Charleston with some variations.

This is a 20s Charleston variation with two turns for the follower.

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

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Syncopation moves and 20s Charleston variations

Kevin and Jo show a syncopated step move, a 20s Charleston jump variation, and Skating from 20s Charleston.

In this video you have a syncopation step in a Charleston Circle.
The other move is going from 20s Charleston face-to-face into a jump Charleston step.
The last move is going into Skates from face-to-face closed position.

Teachers: Kevin St. Laurent and Emily Jo Hoffberg http://www.kevinstlaurent.com and http://johoffberg.com/

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20s Charleston with Variation

Daniel and Gabriella show the 20s Charleston basic front-to-front as well as variations.

Leaders: in the basic front and back 20s Charleston face-to-face, make sure that when you touch back on count 1 with your left foot that you do not step down on the foot. It is only a touch step and there should not be a complete weight transfer at this point. The majority of your weight should still be on the right foot.

Followers: make sure that when you touch front with your right leg on count 1 that you do not commit your full weight to that leg at that time. It is only a touch step and the majority of your weight should still be on your standing left foot.

This same thing applies on count 5: leaders, when you are touching front with your right leg the majority of your weight should be resting on your standing left foot.

Followers, on count 5 when you are touching back with your left leg, you should not step down on it but keep the majority of your weight firmly on your standing right leg.


Teachers: Daniel Newsome and Gabriella Cook
http://www.freeswingdancelessons.com

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Basic 30s Charleston and Kick Through

Bobby and Crista show the basic of the Charleston side by side and how to do the Kick Through.

The video starts with basic Charleston (groove walks), with the addition of the kicks to the basic it becomes 30s Charleston.

Leaders: make sure that you start by rock stepping back on your left leg, and finish the basic by stepping down on your right leg on count 8 so that you are ready and able to start again by stepping back on your left leg on count 1.

Followers: start by stepping back on your right leg, and make sure to step down on your left leg on count 8 so that you are ready to start again with your right leg stepping backwards on count 1.

Teachers: Bobby White and Crista Seipp http://www.thejamcellar.com

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Charleston sequence

Ali and Katja show a Charleston sequence.

The sequence starts with the Chase into Tandem (sometimes called the S-turn into Tandem); from there you transition into side-by-side Skates, and finally a chase into 20s Charleston face-to-face.

Follow the teaching explanations in the video: the instructions are very easy and helpful.

Teachers: Ali Taghavi and Katja Uckermann www.SwingStep.com and www.aliandkatja.com

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