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show you how to do one of the simplest and communist moves in Lindy Hop and it’s called the Tuck turn and it’s quite unusual and that almost everybody calls that this move the Tuck turn. It’s one of the very very few moves that the length opposite of agree on a name for okay so I connected in my usual way side by side with my partner I hope my left hands you’ve got natural takes and we go lobster trips where crystals there and dogs there. This is dead. She’s dead so that’s two six counts one turning her out and one bringing her back so let’s break it down Rock step the outside foot goes back Rock step so on-with all the weight on the inside foot. These hands are linked but the quite relaxed at the moment.
Moment Theyre Not Doing Too Much.
My right hand is on the right side of her waist. There you can see it so I then on the three bringing her into the top part of the tuck turn Now. This is perhaps the most crucial bit of the whole move. Now My left hand has come up to a compromise between my shoulder height and her shoulder height.
So If You Were To Draw A
line between our shoulders. It would go through the center point so halfway between our shoulders at compromise high that is the best height for the push. She is pushing into my hand just as much as I asked her to so I present my hand or certain amount of force. She feels that and matches it presses into it. This is going to be signaling her for the tuck turn now my right hand.
Was Here If You Remember, But
it’s go across to the other side of her body and that’s going to make what happens next so much clearer. This hand pushes and Rises and with my right hand. I just I just encourage her through I don’t get Kavitha through when I shove her through the baby arch. I just with this right hand give her a movement, which says yes that’s the way just reassurance. Yes confirming that’s the way I meant I Don’t want to give what through through the through the arch so instead it’s home from school.
She Goes Hah Okay.
Now you can see she’s going to a rock step again and she’s used the natural foot. She’s turning to her right so it’s just natural for her right foot to go back into the rock step and I’m mirroring her my left foot is going. back into my normal rock step so we’ve done Rock step Triple step Triple step Rock step Triple step Critical then if you are completely carried over water triple step is you could just do slow steps Rock step step-step Rock works fine okay at the end of the rock step. What I got this tension back so she’s going that way I’m going sinking back into my rock step.
Theres Tension Here And You Need To
be. She knows that I’m going to wanted to come back the way she came and I raised my hand to above the front of her head and then she’s able to turn under that and I turn I just keep placing her the whole time and there she is so she starts facing that way. She turned 180 degrees and then undated through back again notice I’ve actually done exactly the same. of turn home but also now higher then I turn as well. You’re more conscious of that she’s turning but by just keeping facing her I’m actually turning as well right so now there’s two six counts and you don’t have to use these connecting hands now.
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basic version but in handily just with this hand. I could go rock step triple step triple step Rock step step looks fine so my right hand took her back into the rock step rocks there and then transferred to this side of her body and then I was able to leave her just with that she can feel that perfectly well. I actually caught my right hand that time because I was just showing off and if you catch the nor hand left hand. You can then be brought back the same way so that.
Is The Tuck Turn Now Of
course you don’t have to do it as six counts. What I quite like is an eight count version where you just turn twice two three four five six seven eight rocks so you can do to fill up next to a segment where it takes two weeks about it and another one. I like is when I change hands during that turn. So I go rock step triple that you come around this hand takes over the second the second of the two terms and that put into an eight count so the Tuck turn ladies and gentlemen the tucked pair Don’t you there’s something we forgot to say something very important and what I want my part to feel all times is comfortable and safe and I don’t want to dance defensively.
I Dont Want It To Feel
cool she’s going to. have to really look after her shoulder because otherwise I’m going to be jarring about and she’ll be really sore in the dance other wouldn’t be feeling like that I wanted to trust me okay, so if I’m turning my partner. I will bring my hand up and it would be above the front of her head and we’ll stay there as she goes around. If I bring my hand down to waste might again that’s a really strong signal no more turn so she goes around once boom it goes around comes around waist height, but it is quite clear that she’s probably not meant to go under back up to get too short, but if I leave it up, she’ll go around twice well hey and that second one is almost no force.
She Had A Certain Amount Of Spin
from the way I met it and she. Just let it carry on and then again my hand came down the waste my time I finished it up, but can you imagine in fact gentlemen? What I want you to do is I want you to take your right hand Put it above the back of your head okay here and I want you to imagine someone much bigger and stronger than you yanking on that ow and gotit an owl frankly so I will never carry my partner’s hand to here because any a force bear with with shoving and spinning and so forth is going to be really horrible uncomfortable. So don’t do it okay so it must never go behind the head about the front of her head is great is comfortable is safe so do that thank you I have a tiny head.
The Tuck turn is one of the simplest and communist moves in Lindy Hop and it’s called the Tuck Turn . It’s one of very very few moves that the length opposite of agree on a name for okay so I connected in my usual way side by side with my partner I hope my left hands you’ve got natural takes and we go lobster trips where crystals there and dogs there. This is dead.& She’s dead so that’s two six counts one turning her out and one bringing her back so let’s break it down Rock step the outside foot goes back Rock step so on-with all the weight on the inside foot.& There you can see it so I then on the three bringing her into the top part of the tuck turn Now. On the three counts one turns her out. One turns her back and one brings her back. One of the two counts one counts one count is two counts. One count is one count. The outside foot is one ….. Click here to read more and watch the full video