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7.0 Balance and Turning

On Basics Of Turning And Spinning
On Balance
On Balance And Your Head Position
Definitions And Nomenclature
On Confusing Nomenclature
On Pre-leads And Prep-leads
How To Lead An “american spin” In East Coast Swing
On Spotting
On Leading Turns About Her Axis
On Followers Strongly Dancing Their Own Part
On Turns In Closed Dance Position
On Turning Speed And Timing
On Hands
On Leading Multiple Turns
On Leading The Final Turn
On Foot Positions For Turns And Spins
On Body Positions For Turns And Spins
On Practicing Turns And Spins
On Ducks And Neck Wraps

So many dance teachers use words like “pivot”, “give weight”, and “lean back” to mean various _different_ things that involve complex physics (or geometry) that it is no surprise that beginners don’t understand. It would be great to have a book that shows how the man’s wrist is strained if the woman drifts out of position and leans back in a turn. Or why it’s wrong for a taller partner to hunch over a shorter partner, or for a shorter partner to lean back and tilt her head back to look up at a taller partner (and the ceiling)… How about a chapter on how to dance without causing pain or injury? Defensive dancing on floors with no spring. How shoes with grippy soles stress knees and hips and make turns sluggish, and pivots impossible…

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