Dynamic, bright, daring… Around these epithets to speak of reggaeton, and I understand why. Crazy energy, drive, cat plastic and ease in every cell of the body – all in one word “reggaeton”! Try to just turn on this music if the mood is at zero, or strength for anything is not enough, or just tortured depression… and watch the effect!
But the question we have here will go not only and not so much about what good dancing reggaeton, and how right we urgently need to begin dancing, because the mainstream and all that.
As you already know, we like to dig deep. Thoughtlessly doing something and not understand why this is so flattening – not our style. In General, go: Continue reading
This small article in the first place must be read by those who are just taking their first steps in dancing, as well as those who have been engaged for some time, but has not yet received the results that he would like. Those who have enough level “two steps to the left, two steps to the right”, and those who decided to devote his life or most of it to dance and ready to work hard in their field, can relax and flipping on. This information will be either useless or familiar as the alphabet. The rest – and you, of course, the majority – are invited to read.
So, what kind of stumbling blocks can be expected in a generally pleasant and joyful way of learning to dance? Continue reading
There are certain mistakes that almost every student makes, whether a beginner or an advanced dancer. Some bugs wait at certain levels of development of dancers, some “errors” occur simply because of lack of equipment. But there are those that inhibit Your development, no matter what Your dance level, no matter how Technical you are. (“What do you need to do to become a good dancer?”)
1. The urge to do too fast
When we move at the speed we are used to, our movements are performed automatically. And we cannot change what we intend to do differently. Especially when we’re working on the details, we have to do it slowly, much slower than we think. Reduce the speed by half, and then do it again. If it looks like slow motion, it’s all right. Continue reading