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Learning the Foxtrot Figure 1
Right now, we are going to start with the Foxtrot and we are going to explain how the Foxtrot works. The most important thing for you guys to know is that this is the most romantic modern dance so stay close and do not worry, the closer the better.
So the timing of Foxtrot is very simple. It is slow, quick, quick, slow, quick, quick. And we are going to make it simple because with this, you can actually learn most of this routine you are about to learn. And together with that of starting forward on the right foot for the guys and left foot for the ladies and all you need to do is look, watch and lift and slow, quick, quick, slow, slow, quick, quick. So the guys to explain a little bit more will actually go forward side, close, back, back, side, close. Let us do that again and right now, we are going to do the steps and direction at the same time. So the guys will go forward on the right foot, forward, side, close, back, back, side, close.