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Exercise

4/5 Beat Riff Combo & Reverse

A good vibe exercise pushing your clarity and triplets, so you sit back on the beat and trust the timing!

Combinations

Trouble

A funk/swing combo, includes paradiddles, challenging timing, moving shuffles, stop time, drags, slides and all sorts of grooves.  Truly a good vibe throughout that encourages you to listen and pla...

Exercise

Shuffle Hop Down

This exercise focuses on shuffle hop downs, weight transitions and maintaining the articulate difference between flaps and shuffles.

Combinations

The Real Blues

This is a wonderfully laid-back track featuring Ray Brown on bass. You will be playing with half and full time, syncopation as well as integrating your own interpretation. Get ready for some real...

Exercise

Swing Shuffle Cross

Swing exercise to promote good balance of beats, rise and fall and single/double time.

Combinations

You Wish

This routine is all about the relationship with the music from the artist Nightmares On Wax. The following combination includes plenty of rise and fall, scuffs, riffs, drags, slides, maxi-fords, t...

Combinations

World No More

In this combination you need to portray a silky smooth persona as your audience should never really know in what direction you are about to move next. Steps covered are double shunts, paradiddles w...

Combinations

Present Tense

This combination musically has a smooth jazz flavour with loads of rise and fall to the choreography. We will be focusing on quick weight changes, toe tapping and wiggles.

Exercise

Heel Pick Knocks

This exercise is about clean even sounds while articulating a smooth upper-body flow.

Exercise

Rhythm Layering 2

This exercise is all about exploring rhythms and how much you can benefit from working with a partner to exchange ideas and rapport.

Combinations

You Can't Hold Me Down

This combination includes loads of body weight transitions. The most important ingredient here is never stop “grooving!” Let’s get down to it.