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12 fantastic and fun adv-beginner tap lessons.
You’ll have a great time learning new steps and combinations in these fun lessons. You’ll enjoy easy-to-follow breakdowns of 36 steps and get helpful pointers on the most common problems and how to fix them! But we don’t just teach you the steps - we put them together into fun and challenging combinations (short dances) - 14 of them!
Here’s a list of the steps & concepts we cover:
Scuffle Step Heel (Pardiddle, Paddle & Roll)
Scuffle Ball Change
Alexander (Shirley Temple, Broadway)
Double Cramp Roll
Double Irish (Version 1)
Double Maxie Ford
Double Waltz Clog
Buck Single Time Step
Traditonal Single Time Step
Flap Heel Heel
In & Out Pullbacks
Step Toe Hop Turn
Heel Stand Turn
Step Irish Turn
Call & Response
Everything progresses in a logical, gradual manner so you can keep up and really enjoy yourself. We go over every new step many times so you get comfortable with them! The combinations are taught slowly and clearly so you can really master them. In short you’re going to have a great time!
Give yourself the best!
One lesson for the adv-beginner level is not enough! Covering 36 steps and teaching 14 combinations takes time! You don’t want to be rushed through your lessons, you want to actually enjoy them. We take our time and cover it at a speed you can follow. That’s why our lessons are such a great value for you.
You want lessons that:
Leave you feeling confident in your ability to do the steps.
Give you lots of different steps to learn so tap stays fresh and fun the entire time.
Work your body and make you stronger in a fun way that also keeps your mind sharp.
Make you feel good afterwards - like you got a great workout and learned something too!
Our lessons do all of that for you!
Get ready for better health and better moods!
Tap dancing is one the most enjoyable ways to work your body. It’s a workout that actually makes you smile! It will also keep your mind sharp by challenging you to remember new steps and combinations.
A man once contacted me to let me know that dancing with my videos had helped him lose 60 pounds! He told me he felt like those videos had saved his life because his weight was such a struggle for him.
These lessons win people’s hearts!
“I am very pleased with your DVDs and your teaching methods. I am on lesson 6 of the advanced beginner series and I do the Tap workout video, level 2.
I love it and I look forward to the intermediate series.”
We love making you happy!
Testimonial of Nancy - Studentfrom USA
Testimonial of Dimitry - Studentfrom Russia
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Note : The written notes are only available via PDF download (which you can then print).
Video length: 13.9 hrs (about 1hr 10min per lesson)
Download size: 5.5-10GB
Video format: MP4
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A word from Rod:
Here’s what you can expect from these lessons:
If you did our beginner lessons series (highly recommended) this will continue on perfectly from where those lessons left off. If you haven’t done those lessons make sure you’re up to speed on all the steps we learned in the beginner series (you can find a list on this page (scroll down to see the list):
Beginner Lessons 1-12.
Just as in the beginner series, I break each new step down slowly and clearly and go over it many times so you can really master the step and get comfortable with it. This way you never feel rushed, or behind. That makes it a lot more fun! When I teach combinations (short dances) I teach those slowly as well - although I will not go as slow as I did in the beginner series, however don’t worry I don’t speed up the teaching too much.
When I do combinations I review the footwork many times and we do the combinations many times with the music - not just once! Once is NEVER enough.
Expect a positive and lively atmosphere for the lessons - I’m an upbeat guy and that comes through in the videos. In fact one of the most common compliments I get is about the positive energy and enthusiasm I bring to the lessons. I even had a student tell me they put my lessons on in the background while studying because they were so motivating! See I told you tap dancing would make you smarter!
People all over the world just like you have enjoyed these lessons. I’ve even had a few tell me it helped them get out of a depression. I certainly can’t make any guarantees but I’d be willing to bet that after you do each lesson you’ll feel better than before you started. Tap dancing is fun after all!
I do have one warning for you though - don’t tap on concrete or on tile laid over top of concrete. Just the other day a lady emailed me that her back or knees were hurting (I forget which) and should she get a tap board instead of tapping in the garage. YES! Don’t tap on the garage floor - it’s so bad for your body.
You don’t have to buy a fancy tap floor either - get some foam and put a piece of plywood on top of it - at least that way you have some cushion. If you’ve got a hard wood floor at home you don’t mind scratching up (it will get dented and scratched - guaranteed!) Go ahead and tap on that - that’s assuming it’s not laid directly over concrete without some type of elevated subfloor.
A lot of the customers I talk to do each lesson multiple times before moving on to the next. They tell me this really helps them cement the steps in their mind and body and better prepares them for the next lesson.
Also these lessons build cumulatively. The steps you learn in the first lesson will show up in the second lesson and so on. So mastering each lesson makes you more prepared for the ones to come.
Now of course some other customers are more free spirits just doing it for the fun of it and not super serious about getting the technique down perfectly and that works great too. You really have the option to approach it the way that works best for you.
Having said that I do go into detail as far as how to do the steps technically correct. You will have all the info you need on that front - and if you ever have a question that the videos don’t answer you can always email or call me. Some students even video themselves doing a step they’re having trouble with so I can analyze it and give them feedback. One lady got her pullbacks that way (don’t worry if you don’t know what those are - you will learn them in the lessons)!
So at the end of the day I think you’re going to have a great time with these lessons. If you have any questions or concerns you can reach out to me any time. Enjoy those lessons!