Here comes the 8th episode of our Electro Swing Dance tutorial series. The dancer and tutor Smilin teachs us today in the Electro Swing Academy how the dance move “The Spongebob” is deciphered in detail and what its special features are. Enjoy, move, dance, have fund and don’t forget to #KeepOnSmilin!
1. Jump, while the left foot goes up
2. Now, jump with your left foot to the side while your right leg kicks to the side
3. Now jump again, this time your right foot goes up
4. Jump with your right foot to the side while your left leg kicks to the side
5. Repeat all steps
TIP: push to the side very hard, it‘ll look more energetic
Next Dance Move: Cowtail-Step
We have a great merch collection for this series too! Some nice and cute clothes with the claim “It Must Schwing” from our “Electro Swing Academy”, including the dancer and tutor Smilin. You’ll support us with every buy and we may be able to shoot another season for you in the future! 😀 🔥 💃 🎩 🙌 #ItMustSchwing
If you have any questions, ideas or requests, feel free to write them in the comments. Now have fun watching, learning and dancing. Let’s do the Swing! #ElectroSwingDance 🔥 💃 🎩 🙌
Follow the Electro Swing dancer and tutor Smilin, from Bavaria in Germany, HERE and read a super interesting interview with her HERE!
And here is the Blog Post with the complete Dance Tutorials Season 1, which is updated with every new episode. So in the end everything is very compact and you can comfortably improve your skills HERE!
– Editor: Steven Melzer
– Camera: Luka Ljubicic
– Cutter, Audio Mix & Sound Design: Wolfgang Lohr
– Color Grading: Giulio Rasi
– Location: Frannz Club (Berlin/Germany)
GRAPHIC & MOTION DESIGN
– Track ID: Wolfgang Lohr feat. Emma Lea & Ashley Slater – Keep On Smilin
– Composer & Producer: Wolfgang Lohr
– Lyrics & Trombone: Ashley Slater
– Vocals: Emma Lea, Ashley Slater
– Saxophone: Martin Scheran (Deladap)
– Trumpet: Alex Valdés (Deladap)
– Guitar: Guglielmo Cassinelli (Free Shots)
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