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West Coast Swing Moves & Patterns Volume 3

Hit the dance floor with this intermediate WC Swing course. You will master 4 Variations of the “Fake Turn”, Bilateral Wrist Lead, Side-to-Side Switches, Side-to-Side Switches withWaist Lead, Cape Lead, and Shoulder Catch, Right and Left Side Prances, Combinations of Prances, Fake Turns, and Side-to-Side Switches, and more West Coast Swing Moves & Patterns with ease.

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  • Level: Intermediate 38% 38%
West Coast Swing Moves & Patterns Vol. 3 will definitely get your creative juices flowing. This WCS video will open your eyes to even more possibilities of what can be done with West Coast Swing moves, but at the same time you’ll get clear instruction on how to dance all the pieces independently as well as in different combinations. Not only will you get some great West Coast Swing music with this video course, you’ll get a first-hand look at Fake Turns, Side-to-Side Switches, Prances, and several other easy to lead & follow West Coast Swing moves & patterns that are essential for the social West Coast Swing circuit.

I haven’t seen the first two videos in this WCS Moves and Patterns series but I can say that I found this one very helpful and enjoyable. I’ve been doing WCS for a few years and have learned lots of patterns but I still have much room for improvement. This video will take you beyond the basic sugar pushes, side passes and whips, so if you haven’t mastered the basics this will be too advanced for you. I would rate this video squarely between beginner and intermediate. There is a nice variation on the sugar push that I had never seen. The ladies I dance with seem to like it. There are a variety of side to side switches which look very nice. I had seen them before but now I understand them much better. There is also a simple timing change which raises the coolness factor a bit. The Review section is very useful and there are a couple of nice bonus moves at the end. If you are an upper level novice like me you will be pleased with this video. Shawn is good about answering questions if you have them.

– J. Wilkins