Online Jitterbug Dance Lesson Video: They Tuck, Turn
This advanced tuck turn technique teaches leads how to use these turns to create an opening for their own turn. It also outlines how the follow can tell the difference between a turn for themselves and a turn for the leads. The move is covered in both triple and single-time Swing.
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