Friday, October 19, 2012

Ballroom Basics: Ten Tips in Ten Minutes that Result in Ten Times Better Dancing

Tip #4: Maintain Frame and Connection

The most important elements for good leading and following are dance frame, connection, and timing. When these elements are present, leading and following are easy. When they are absent, partner dancing becomes impossible. Here we see the common mistake among beginners are letting the arms fall and letting the frame collapse. Notice that turns are difficult to lead if the lady has a noodle arm. Here we see the correct maintenance of frame. Tone must be maintained in the arms and all connection points must stay intact. Leading turns is easy if framework is maintained.
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Happy Dancing!

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