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Hustle (Bronze) Syllabus
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Hustle (Bronze) Syllabus

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Billy Fajardo, Jami Josephson
Dance Vision
Beginner, Intermediate
Running Time:
83 minutes
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The Dance Vision Syllabus covers the dance figures that embody the primary elements of the dance. This program will enhance your knowledge of the steps and technique while progressing from one skill level to the next in an organized and easy-to-learn fashion. This beginning to intermediate video covers the following:

• Hesitation
• The Wheel
• Underarm Turn Combination
• Leader’s Behind the Back and Follower’s Bridge
• Cross-Body Lead
• Face Loop
• The Whip
• Cradle
• Back Spot Turn
• Grapevine
• Sliding Doors
• Shadow with Comb
• New York Walks
• And Much More…

Dance Vision is the leader in instructional dance videos and consistently produces the highest quality DVDs using the best instructors. The video clip below is a sample of what you can learn.

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LJH - April 26, 2017

This is a generally well thought-out and well-done Beginner’s disc on learning Hustle Basics. It gets off to a slow start, covering the history of Hustle and “The Dance Today” (circa 2008) and stays slow for the first half dozen figures, but eventually you get into more interesting things – which are easier if you at least looked at the earlier steps.

Like many beginner discs it would help if there was more dancing – here of “The Hustle” - earlier in the disc, but if you view the demo at the end first, and perhaps view some YouTube competitions, you can appreciate how the little things keep adding up until you have an entire dance. They don’t teach competition styling and moves on this disc, but you can see how the basics that they teach here make the “competition style” work.

It’s well indexed so you won’t have any problem finding moves to learn, practice, or review, and after a while you figure out that if you can do it just by seeing what they do, you can often skip the detailed explanations. It’s a good learner’s disc if you stay with it. And, if you’re an experienced dancer in Swing or WCS, etc. you’ll begin to notice that “the moves” get more and more familiar the more “advanced” they get. Who knew?

Harold W. - June 5, 2013

Very good beginner course. Covers many of the essential steps with easy to follow instruction.

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