Fun Ways To Learn Chinese (I)
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Top Customer Reviews
I showed this video to my advanced instructor and others and nobody thought he was a good dancer. I doubt many followers would be able to follow his arm over patterns or his version of around the world on Disc #2.
Compare him to the teachers of Addicted to Salsa on Youtube which are free and much better for intermediate dancers.
Instructor is clear in his demonstration, and includes both male and female steps and positions.
Routines shown will take your Salsa dancing to the next level.
Folks, this is cheaper, easier & more fun than attending those dance lessons you went to when you were single hoping to meet someone new & exotic. All I ever found were older women & guys who didn't seem exactly interested in the opposite sex. This is very straight forward, very clear, almost easy (hate to use that word but it seems right). The dancers are great and it strikes the right balance between "Dancing with the Stars" and "Seventh Grade Mixer".
Of course, the younger you are, the more limber you are, the better in shape you are, the more you can wiggle - all those things really help. You're not going to Salsa well if you get tired walking up a set of stairs. Then again, what better way to get in shape - even if you never win a dance contest. Great CD.
If you've already graduated from the Beginner level, and are really serious about dancing, this DVD and the accompanying Volume 2 will give you all the tools and secrets to make that Salsa dream come true. Using the same techniques as before, the instructors make it easy. Each step is broken down to basics, one movement at a time, and then repeated over and over to give you enough time to get it right. This means that you don't have to stop dancing and replay the section continuously. Evan Margolin teaches with a passion and makes it fun, and his partner makes it look easy also.
The accompanying music is infectious and lively, and really gets you in the mood for serious dancing. Even if you think you already know it all, or just need a quick refresher on your way to the "America's Got Talent" auditions, this series can help you become a better dancer.
Amanda Richards, September 9, 2006