Lindy Hop footwork exercise

Dax shows some Lindy footwork exercises.

In this video there are some triple step, rock step, kick ball change, and kick step exercises that are good to practice solo.

Teacher: Dax Hock
http://www.RhythmJuice.com

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Solo footwork exercise

Dax Hock shows some solo exercises for Lindy Hop.

In this video you can find different triple step variations that are good to train solo, as well as rock steps, kick-ball-change steps and swivels.

Teacher: Dax Hock
http://daxandsarah.com/

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Rhythm Change Exercises

Marcus and Janie show an exercise for leading and following different rhythms.

This is an important exercise in leading and following triple steps and rock steps.
With this exercise, you’ll develop a good connection with your partner (leader or follower).

Make sure that you are relaxed while doing these steps – avoid having too much tension in your arms.

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

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Leading the difference between a rock-step and a front-step for the follower

Patrick and Natasha show how to lead the difference between a rock-step and a front-step for the follower.

Leaders: by moving slightly away from the follower on the last triple step of any move, you will set the follower up to do a front-step thereafter. Moving slightly toward the follower on the last triple step of a move will set up a rock-step for the follower.

This will make the flow of the dance much smoother and the follower will get a small “heads up” about whether she is likely to be led in a front-step or rock-step next.

This way you can lead the difference comfortably between leading the follower to start with a rock-step (also known as leading in on 2), or leading the follower to take a front-step on count 1 (also known as leading in on 1).

Teachers: Patrick Szmidt and Natasha Ouimet http://PatrickandNatasha.com

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Fundamental posture & footwork

Kevin and Jo explain the technique for the basic Lindy Hop footwork, posture and general positioning.

Leaders start with your left foot; followers start with your right foot.
Footwork: the triple-step, the rock-step (also known as the back step)
Posture: closed position

Teachers: Kevin St. Laurent and Emily Jo Hoffberg
www.kevinstlaurent.com and www.emilyhoffberg.com

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