Salsa > Body tilt problem

Discussion in 'Salsa' started by ticolora, Apr 21, 2017.

  1. twnkltoz

    twnkltoz Well-Known Member

    Also, make sure you aren't back-weighted before you even get there. Turning can exacerbate a balance issue, so if you're leaning back going into the CBL (like you think you need to get out of her way), you'll be more so when you complete the turn and it'll be harder to recover.
     
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  2. cornutt

    cornutt Well-Known Member

    I think of it as the difference between front wheel drive and rear wheel drive on a car. In front wheel drive, the front wheels pull the car. In rear wheel drive, the rear wheels push the car. Dancing should mostly be rear wheel drive.
     
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  3. snapdancer

    snapdancer Well-Known Member

    I've determined that half of dancing is learning how to stand up straight, the other half is learning how to walk.
     
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  4. ticolora

    ticolora Member

    Can you please elaborate?
     
  5. opendoor

    opendoor Well-Known Member

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  6. vit

    vit Active Member

  7. tangotime

    tangotime Well-Known Member

    Attempting to analyse his problem without a visual, is an exercise in futility.
    There may be several determining factors, that are causing the effect.
    My suggestion ?.. find an established.. teacher
     
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  8. ticolora

    ticolora Member

    Thank you, everybody, my partner told me she noticed (without me asking, or telling her that I working on it) that I don't do that anymore. The fix was, to push off with a front (left) leg on 1, rather than tilting back and the let the gravity do the work for me. This requires more abs and quads engagement, so it is not as effortless but looks better from all sides.

    Again, I was able to correct this thanks to y'all.
     
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