Tuesday, 13 January 2015

Review - Learn To Dance: Merengue - Beginning and Intermediate

Learn To Dance: Merengue - Beginning and Intermediate
Studio: DanceCrazy.com
Release Date: April 24, 2007
Retail: $39.95
Running Time: 102 minutes
Rating: NR
Buy Link: Amazon


With all the dancing reality series on television, it is a no-brainer why learning to dance and other dancing workout DVDs are so popular today. These types of DVDs are an easy way for an individual or couple to learn how to dance in the comfort of their own home.

Recently, I have been trying out several of these types of programs from DancyCrazy and the latest one I have been experimenting with is called Learn To Dance: Merengue - Beginning and Intermediate.

Merengue is a blend of dance and music from the Dominican Republic. Of course eventually this style of music reached the United States and continued to be popular with dancers.

This DVD has a male and a female instructor who gives you a step-by-step guide on how to learn the basic moves for the Merengue. You'll learn the Basics, Beginning Patterns and Intermediate Patterns.

Similar to other DancyCrazy DVDs, the production values is pretty low, especially with the use of the same yellowish curtains and flooring, though this DVD does have some multiple camera angles and picture-in-picture, which you can get a closer look at the dancers' feet. If you can ignore the set and just pay attention to the instructions, you can easily learn how to do these dance moves. Overall, Learn To Dance: Merengue - Beginning and Intermediate DVD is a fast and simple way to learn how to dance; even those with two left feet will pick up the moves quickly.

*Disclaimer - I received a complimentary copy in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

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