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Post by Louis on Wed 07 Mar 2012, 23:32

Hey Everyone, I was just wondering I'm only starting to Shuffle today and was wondering whats the best/surface/place to shuffle ? Carpet, Wooden floor , Outside on the pavement ? , any help would be much appreciated , Im gonna be starting off by learning The Running Man Smile Razz
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Post by DaHardstyleMan on Thu 08 Mar 2012, 06:13

I suggest you that you should practice on a wood floor with socks.

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Post by Adamc96 on Thu 08 Mar 2012, 06:32

I like to practice on carpet, because when i dance on floor, it's a lot smoother. But i dont suggest this, because it's hard to shuffle on sticky surfaces. Very Happy

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Post by Louis on Thu 08 Mar 2012, 09:38

Thats DaHardstyleMan and Adam , I was originally thinking of practicing on Flood floor but wanted to get some others shufflers opinions to verify Smile , Also Adam I think I need to get quite good to begin practicing on Carpet. Then again practicing on a more challenging surface could help but I'll wait until I got all the basics down before I attempt that Very Happy xD Razz
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