with Graham and Nathalie
I was recently asked about a video containing a series of exercises intended to help followers learn or improve their boleos. If youâ€™re not sure what a boleo is, itâ€™s the flick you see in the lower leg of a follower during rapid changes of direction or speed. They can be small and subtle or high and snappy, but if the leg responds to movement with a flick then itâ€™s a boleo. They are related to ganchos, the â€˜hookâ€™ where one partnerâ€™s leg hooks and rapidly unhooks again from the other partnerâ€™s leg, but in general a boleo happens without something to hook around. The video I was sent was a good example of a very traditional way of learning tango. It showed someone going through a series of exercises and positions like you were viewing it in stop-motion, and instructed you to repeat these positions until they felt [read more...]
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