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As most of you know I have no rhythm, and two left feet, remember Zumba? (I Zigged When They Zagged)
I was given the opportunity to try the Dance Crazy presents Ballroom Dance Mastery System for beginners. (And a quick sigh of relief that it was for beginners!) I'm not going to lie, I was a little nervous when I put the DVD in. But I was home alone, and no one was watching (except Tula the Maltese and I think she snickered.)
The video started, and there was a quick introduction of the Foxtrot. The dancers demonstrated the step which didn't seem overly complicated. But I did have a 'Huh?' moment once the move was finished.
But to my surprise the step was demonstrated again, and then again from another angle, and once again and several more times. And it was slow enough to see what was being taught, but not so overly slow that I wanted to 'hurry them up'. However, I learned the step for the lead. Then I had to 're-learn' the step to 'follow'. Yeah, I'm not so great with switching up left and right. But once the 'lead' portion was demonstrated. Then the 'follow' was demonstrated.
The DVD can be played from beginning to end, or you can choose the different sections. So for anyone who catches on faster than me, you can move ahead. For anyone who needs a little refresher you can choose a particular section to watch.
Oh, and did I mention there are 7 DVDs in this set? It includes the Foxtrot, volumes 1 and 2 of the Waltz, volumes 1 and 2 of the Swing, and volumes 1 and 2 of the Rumba.
I don't see me ever being a professional, but I do a have a little confidence that with these DVDs I might be able to bust a ballroom dance move :)
Well I don't want to dance alone! So one of you will win your own copy of the Dance Crazy presents Ballroom Dance Mastery System .
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