Slow Lindy Hop moves

Kenny and Abeth show some good technique and nice moves to use while dancing to slower tempos.

The moves in this video are:
– Swivels for the follower.
– Hold step on count 1&2 for the leader where he lifts his left knee.
– Tire swisls (a very tight swivel for the folloer).
– In a swing out stopping on count 3&4 and just bouncing in place.
– Leg swoop.
– Leg swoop where the leader lets go of the follower.
– Accelerated lindy circle.
– Inside turn send out where the leader comes under the followers arm back into closed.
– A trip dip

Follow the instructions in the video.

Teachers: Kenny Nelson and Abeth Farag
http://lindyhopporto.blogspot.com/ and www.swingindenver.com

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Barrel roll jump

Kenny and Abeth show the barrel roll jump.

Leaders and followers start of with trying this jump on your own before you attempt it with a partner.

ATTENTION: all aerials can be dangerous and could result in injury.

Follow the instructions in the video.

Teachers: Kenny Nelson and Abeth Farag
http://lindyhopporto.blogspot.com/ and www.swingindenver.com

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Swing out footwork for leaders

Kenny shows the solo leaders footwork in the swingout.

Follow the instructions in the video.

– The swingout is the most famous move in Lindy Hop so make sure you practice your solo footwork alot.

Teacher: Kenny Nelson
www.swingindenver.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.swingindenver.com and www.jessehanus.com

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Swing out footwork for leaders

Kenny shows the solo leaders footwork in the swingout.

Follow the instructions in the video.

– The swingout is the most famous move in Lindy Hop so make sure you practice your solo footwork alot.

Teacher: Kenny Nelson
www.swingindenver.com

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*If you are totally new to the swing scene you can check out the Comprehensive free instructional video offered by www.SwingStep.com. One of them is a basic Charleston video the other is a basic Lindy Hop video.

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Aeroplane charleston a.k.a skater Charleston

Kenny and Delilah show the Skater Charleston also known as Aeroplane Charleston.

In this video you will find the Skater Charleston step, also known as Aeroplane Charleston.

Follow the instructions in the video.

Teacher: Kenny Nelson and Delilah Williams
www.swingindenver.com

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