So, since we were doing a reloaded version of the salsa basic step with zoomed in angles, we decided to do the same with the other basic elements of salsa moves.
We present how to do a right turn in partnering, as well as the crossbody lead and the open break. These moves are fundamental to making a lot of combinations work once you reach advanced levels of salsa.
Finally, a 1st place video well deserved. I saw this performance at the San Francisco salsa congress 2006 and it was just spectacular. This is from Jason Molina's group (who he is from Puerto Rico). This is Kelvin Hernandez & Licelott Maldonado representing Venezuela & Puerto Rico performing and winning......
Well, got back from LA Congress (in one piece). However, more on that story (and its videos later on). However, I'd like to talk about playing with the music - since I finally found some video that someone took of Alex Lima one of my favorite solo dancers that really......
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#97 : Simple Salsa Combo Connection
This simple salsa dance video lesson will show you how to connect beginner and intermediate salsa dance moves into a simple combination. We will utilize a regular cross body lead, S-turn, Cross Body Lead 180 and a hammer lock loop over lock in sequence for this combination. If you have any questions on each of the individual moves, check out our previous videos at <a href="http://www.addicted2salsa.com/videos">http://addicted2salsa.com/videos</a>
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