Inside Turn Swingout technique

Kenny and Jesse show the swingout with the inside turn as well as covering some important technique points for this move.

Follow the instructions in the video.

- LEADERS: notice your left hand turning on count 5. –

Teachers: Kenny Nelson and Jesse Hanus
www.madverve.com and www.jessehanus.com

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Swing out starting with an Inside Turn

Kenny and Jesse show a swingout starting with an inside turn they call the “Cutoff Swingout”.

- This is a swing out starting with an inside turn for the follower and ending from count 5 to 8 like a regular swing out. -

- FOLLOWERS be careful not to mistake this move as a 6-count underarm turn wich would have the footwork; rock-step, triple-step, triple-step. Rather this footwork will go; rock-step, triple-step, step-step, triple-step. -

- LEADERS make contact early with the followers back with your right hand so that she will not be tempted to think this is a 6-count underarm turn. –

Follow the instructions in the video.

Teachers: Kenny Nelson and Jesse Hanus
www.madverve.com and www.jessehanus.com

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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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Balswing figures

Ali and Katja show a few Balswing moves.

The moves in this video are: out and ins, lollie kicks and inside turn from lollie kicks.

Follow the instructions in the video.

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

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Lindy Hop 6-count figures

Manu and Ann from The 920 Special show a few more 6-count figures with triple steps.

The moves in this video are: Inside turn into closed, Underarm turn where the leader turns also (a.k.a. She Goes He Goes), Waist wrap (a.k.a. Belly Turn)

Teachers: Manu Smith and Ann Mony http://www.920special.com

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Fundamental 6-count rhythm and basic moves

Peter Strom and Stacia show the basic 6-count rhythm with a few basic moves.

The video starts with the basic 6-count but without triple steps: the “rock step, slow, slow” rhythm in side-by-side position. This rhythm is also called the “groove walk” rhythm. When you add the triple step instead of the slow you have the basic 6-count Lindy Hop rhythm.

The moves are: Tuck Turn, Inside Turn (a.k.a. Underarm Turn), Belt Slide (a.k.a. Belly Turn), Cross-hand Inside Turn (Underarm Turn with a right hand to right hand grip), Cross-hand Free Turn, Cuddle, a simple hip dip and the Mini-Dip.

The last move in this video is the classic “Mini-Dip” move: it is a break move which you do when there is a break in the music (for example on the end of a musical phrase). Make sure that you clap on count 4 and snap your fingers on count 6.

Followers make sure that you continue to travel through each movement so that you naturally go into the rock step of the next move.

Teachers: Peter Strom and Stacia Martin http://www.uptownswing.net

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