Faster swingouts

Peter and Naomi show the some key points in how to do swingouts faster.

ATTENTION: the volume is quiet low on this video so make sure you raise your volume or use stand alone speakers while watching this video. There are alot of important points mentioned here.

– Leaders and Follwers make sure that the swingout stays a linear movement and when you come together on counts 3&4 of the swingout that you are not moving around eachother but coming straight at eachother. The leader should just slighly get out of the followers way so you don’t bump into eachother.

– Practice to faster and faster music but make sure that there is no jerking or pulling from either the leaders side on the followers right hand nor the followers side pulling on the leaders left hand.

Teachers: Peter Strom and Naomi Uyama
http://www.naomiuyama.com/ and http://www.uptownswing.net

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Lindy variation

Peter and Naomi show a Lindy variation.

This is an 8-count figure.

Notice how the follower can decide for herself what kindof footwork she does at the end of the move.

Leaders make sure you get out of the followers way on counts 3&4 so the follower has a clear path to go down the line.

Teachers: Peter Strom and Naomi Uyama
www.NaomiUyama.com and www.UpTownSwing.net

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