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Salsa Dance, Beginners 3 Pack: The Complete Beginners Salsa Dancing Dance Lessons Guide

Salsa Dance, Beginners 3 Pack: The Complete Beginners Salsa Dancing Dance Lessons Guide
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Salsa Dance, Beginners 3 Pack: The Complete Beginners Salsa Dancing Dance Lessons Guide

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Product Details:
Actors: SalsaCrazy.com
Director: SalsaCrazy.com
Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
Language: English
Number of Discs: 1
Studio: SalsaCrazy.com
Run Time: 360 minutes
DVD Release Date: March 25, 2006
Average Customer Rating: based on 145 reviews
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review:5.0 ( 145 customer reviews )
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27 of 33 found the following review helpful:

5I love my Salsa Crazy 3-pack!  Jun 23, 2006
By Dahlia G.
This is the best 3-disc dance set ever. Why? Because of how the lessons are structured. You know the saying you have to crawl before you walk? Well, that's what this series does.

DVD 1, you're crawling. You'll learn the basic step and counting and how to turn to the left and the right by yourself. You'll learn a teeny bit about stance and posture too. Then you start getting into some key dances that eventually you'll mix together to do choreographed routines. Sound good? It is.

DVD 2, you're walking, and just like a kid you will trip yourself up at times because guess what, the lessons gets harder. Whereas on the first DVD you could get away with half doing the dances and still know what the moves are supposed to be you cannot half a** it with this one. You have to commit to the movements and start getting into the feel of the beat.

DVD 3, you're jogging. Endurance is a good thing as the music is faster, the time between instruction and your chance to get the dance down is shorter and basically you're expected to know what you're doing by now. You can't fake doing the moves because most of the dances taught at this point really have to be done with a partner. If you don't commit to the move, you will end up off beat and your partner will not be able to follow / lead you.

As long as you're committed to learning and practicing you will be successful with the series and you will learn to Salsa.

14 of 16 found the following review helpful:

5Show off your flavor and style  Sep 09, 2006
By Amanda Richards
If your idea of dancing is a one, two chip step and an occasional dip, then it's time for a different type of Salsa in your life. A fusion of African, Cuban and Latin American rhythms, the word means "flavor" or "style", and unlike the "show-off" dancing that takes over the whole dance floor, this dance form occupies a smaller fixed area, retaining the intimacy of the dance while making it quite obvious that you know what you're doing.

Salsa utilizes an eight beat pattern, two bars of four beats, with three steps and a skipped beat in each bar. The skipped beat is often used for something fancy like a toe tap or kick. Salsa can be danced solo or with a partner, but you'd better learn both, because once you start strutting your stuff on the dance floor you're sure to get a lot of willing partners.

If you're serious about kicking your dance life up a notch, and have a partner that doesn't have two left feet, this Beginners three-pack is recommended for you. If you just want to taste before buying, you should rent or borrow Volume One, which is available separately, but for the whole experience, this three DVD package is the most convenient.

The instructors make it easy by first demonstrating the steps slowly, one movement at a time, and then repeating the figures over and over to give you enough time to get the idea. This means that you don't have to stop dancing and replay the section continuously, even though you still need to practice afterwards. The steps are eye-catching, and can be used in the formal ballroom dance arena as well as casually at a clubs, parties and even in your living room. For people who have previous experience with this dance form, the instructors offer up lots of tips and secrets, and even if you already dance like a star you can learn something from this series. (I showed this one to a highly experienced and qualified dance instructor, and even she was duly impressed.)

If you're ready to put some spice in your dance life, it's Salsa time!!!

Amanda Richards, September 9, 2006

2 of 2 found the following review helpful:

5Have Fun And Learn......  Jan 18, 2015
By Debbie Champagne
Why learn to Salsa Dance? It''s fun, social, and a passion that will last you a lifetime! The benefits to health, fitness, coordination, and lifestyle will be far beyond what you can imagine now! Anyone can, and should, learn to Salsa Dance. Give it a try, with the finest beginners dance DVD on the market. It''s finally here - your definitive guide to learn to salsa dance. Don''t miss this fantastic DVD that really walks you, step-by-step, through all the fundamentals of Salsa Dancing in a fun, social and energetic way.

What I personally have to say about this disk set is that I absolutely love it. My husband and I have been learning how to do this for 2 weeks now. We can learn in the comfort of our own home, no crowds watching and no time limit. I had always seen the couples Salsa Dancing on television and they look so awesome. I always wanted to learn and this dvd set gave me the opportunity to do just that. Also I am having fun at the same time. It is great quality time spent with my husband.

8 of 11 found the following review helpful:

5It Works  Jun 16, 2006
By K. England
Everything you need to know to get you Salsa dancing and to look like you know what you're doing is included in the Learn to Dance Salsa Beginner's 3-pack. The first DVD breaks you in quick and fast...well, not fast but there is a lot of information taught. The instructors actually go pretty slow, explaining everything in detail--from counts for Salsa to how to do a simple left turn--before they do the move. After that, they will go through the movement multiple times so that you can get some practice in on each.

The second DVD in the series continues the lessons from DVD 1 but as one should expect. The difference is that you and your partner will get more into dancing with one another. (The first DVD, though it does teach dance moves for both the leader and the follower, doesn't really require a partner though if you really want to get a feel for Salsa dancing it's a good thing to have.) Together, you and your partner will practice another set of turns and you two will learn the cross body lead, a hand check and a bunch of other moves I could rile off but you probably wouldn't know what he heck I was talking about anyway so I'll spare you. The third DVD, my favorite, has a lot to offer too. There are some new dance moves taught as well as some more complex variations on dance moves you were taught in DVD 2.

I should also mention that all of the DVDs do have some special features on them; Things like Salsa history and Salsa etiquette. All of the DVDs are also formatted in chapters so it makes it really easy to go back to a particular lesson / dance move that you need to work more on or to pick up a lesson where you left off.

1 of 1 found the following review helpful:

5One of the best DVD's out there for teaching you how to Salsa Dance like a pro!!  Feb 13, 2015
By Tina S.
SalsaCrazy sent me their Beginning Salsa 3 Pack Dance System for testing purposes and for my honest review and Seriously, If you’re serious about kicking your dance life up a notch, and have a partner that doesn’t have two left feet, this Beginners three-pack is recommended for you. If you just want to taste before buying, you should rent or borrow Volume One, which is available separately, but for the whole experience, this three DVD package is the most convenient.
The instructors make it easy by first demonstrating the steps slowly, one movement at a time, and then repeating the figures over and over to give you enough time to get the idea. This means that you don’t have to stop dancing and replay the section continuously, even though you still need to practice afterwards. The steps are eye-catching, and can be used in the formal ballroom dance arena as well as casually at a clubs, parties and even in your living room. For people who have previous experience with this dance form, the instructors offer up lots of tips and secrets, and even if you already dance like a star you can learn something from this series. (I showed this one to a highly experienced and qualified dance instructor, and even she was duly impressed.)

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