Online Lindy Hop Dance Lesson Video: 6-count To 8-count Transitions
This lesson drills you with a series of moves focusing on transitions between 6-count and 8-count . Breakdown includes crucial body-positioning detail, advice about putting this movement in context, fascinating tips on how follows and leaders can both influence the end of a move which affects the transition to the next move, important suggestions for setting up this movement properly, plus an explanation of when to rockstep and when to bring the follow forward at the beginning of a move in order to create the best possible sense of flow.
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