Great for beginners
J.F.L.-Fairfax VA | Annandale, VA United States | 06/13/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This dance-video is an excellent manner for a beginner dancer to learn the Foxtrot (which is among the first dances that beginning ballroom dancers are introduced to). The manner of instruction is relaxed. The first minutes of the video provide the dance basis -- the underlying walking steps and the slow-slow/quick-quick tempo. Four dance moves are presented and the moves are presented step-by-step, one move at a time. Halfway thru the video (with the first two dance steps - basic forward/backward, rock-step) one can indeed say "... hey! I can do this! I can dance!". At the end of the video (with the next two steps -- promenade, and the underarm turn) the viewer will agree that the Foxtrot is very easy to learn and a pleasure to dance. [HINT: check if your local public library has the VHS-version of this dance instruction video.]"