Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Beginning Waltz: A Step-By-Step Guide! Volume 2 Review

Beginning Waltz: A Step-By-Step Guide! Volume 2
Release Date: February 23, 2007
Retail: $39.95
Running Time: 53 minutes
Rating: Not Rated
Buy Link: Amazon


I hope everyone is having a great 2015 so far! A new year is a great time to learn something new, like dancing. Yes, I said dancing. If you have kept up with my blog last year, then you probably read several other dancing DVDs review posts. Due to my bad knee, I didn't want to try out any high intensity workouts, though I have now brought back a few kickboxing workouts into my routine, so I had tried out several dancing DVDs. Despite my two left feet, I have enjoyed learning how to dance.

Last month, I tried out the Beginning Waltz: A Step-By-Step Guide! Volume 2 from DanceCrazy. Even if you're not a dancer, there is a good chance that you heard about the dance called the Waltz or you have seen it in a movie with classic stars like Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.

This DVD runs at almost 53 minutes and features a male and a female instructors, who give a step-by-step guide on how to do the Waltz. At the end of the DVD the instructors put all the moves together for a full dance sequence.

The moves featured on this DVD are:

Open Break With Underarm Turn
The Twinkle
The Promenade
The Dip

Similar to other DanceCrazy DVDs, the production value is a low-budget one with the same yellow curtains and flooring which can be a little off-putting to some viewers. If you can forget about the set and just pay attention to the moves, then you can easily learn how to dance with or without a partner. Overall, Beginning Waltz: A Step-By-Step Guide! Volume 2 was created for someone like me that has two left feet and it is an easy way to learn how to dance correctly.

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

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