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Post by giuseppe;) on Mon 10 Aug 2009, 21:30

hey guys,
ive always known about the Melbourne Shuffle
but ive never had any time to actually learn it.
i started learning the T thing with the feet
it is very tricky and i keep losing balance
any advice would be grateful Cool
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Post by Crux on Wed 19 Aug 2009, 12:52

I think stretching really helps your form; and just continuous practice! Good Luck and Have Fun! Very Happy
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Post by AmericanHardstyle on Thu 20 Aug 2009, 14:51

I used to lose balance a lot in the beginning but trust me you will be able to go without losing your balance if you keep up the practice.

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Post by Dr3kar on Thu 20 Aug 2009, 14:54

If the beat is too fast, practice without music until you can speed up to the beat. What i did.
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Post by AmericanHardstyle on Thu 20 Aug 2009, 14:56

If you are really new music might not be the best idea. Try without music at first and make a beat in your head to the tempo that you want.
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Post by giuseppe;) on Thu 20 Aug 2009, 22:09

Thanks guys, im still really bad but your help has made my T-Step a bit more smoother. I dont plan to make a video jsut yet Wink
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Post by Garry on Sat 22 Aug 2009, 10:55

There's a whole bunch of slower tracks for Shuffle practice on the main MSO site, which should suit you.

While you're at it, the vids have lots of different steps you can learn and include with your shuffling as well.

There's different dance music genre's too, 80's electro, rock, swing and tap, with more being added.

Here's the electro one nearly 90 mins, see if you can get half way through Wink

http://melbourneshuffleoldskool.blogspot.com/2009/04/80-electro.html

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Post by giuseppe;) on Mon 24 Aug 2009, 16:42

thanks for the musicn Garyy, ive had no time to practice since my last post
with all the homework and schooling.
i am starting to wokrout aswell, and after practice my shuffling so im sure tha tit will just coem to me eventually
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