Want to become a good Ballroom dancer? Libreros step number five of tango dancing is the ouside swivel - a mans step. Start by facing the center of the room in the close position. Take a forward step on the left foot and a side step swinging your right foot to the side. Put your weight onto the right foot and lean back then take a step back with your left foot in the contra body position. As you are stepping back with the left foot, your body turns to the right, helping you partner "swivel." Step forward, making your partner face you. Then repeat the above moves (forward, back, side, lady face you) Step forward, then back, then turn her, and do the tango close. In terms of speed, the steps should be quick, quick, slow, slow, quick, quick, slow, slow, quick quick, slow, slow, and a tango close.
Next is the ladies part. The man will lead you to step back with the right foot - but its less of a step as a move in that direction - your heel does not touch the floor. Then you step onto the left foot - to the side and swivel to face him. You are essential stepping to swivel - something that should be practiced on your own so that you are moving "on your own axis." In terms of speed its quick, quick, swivel, swivel, quick, quick, swivel, swivel, quick, quick, swivel, swivel, and tango pull.
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