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Fixes and Solutions to Bad Dancing Floors

Posted on March 28th, 2007 by by Camila

OK, so we have all experienced dancing on floors that are either too slippery or too slow and rough. You’re trying to do some crazy shine or styling move and your feet either get stuck to the floor or you can’t stop yourself. Ahhh!! It’s a dancer’s biggest nightmare, especially for the ladies!

So what can you do to solve the problem? I found a great article that outlines all of the quick fixes and permanent solutions to many of the problems that dancers face. Everything from do-it-yourself suede soles to purchasing a different shoe for every type of floor out there (too expensive though). This article also addresses all of the things a dancer should NEVER, and I mean NEVER EVER do to alter the surface of a dance floor.

Fast floors (Slippery floors)

  1. Try wearing shoes with more of a grip.
  2. Scuff the bottom of your shoes. Alternatively, go to the bathroom and wipe clean the bottom of your shoes with wet toilet paper. Then dry the soles of the shoes with dry toilet paper.
  3. Takes smaller steps, bend your knees more than usual.

Slow floors (Sticky floors)

  1. Try wearing shoes with non-rubber soles or actual dance shoes.
  2. Stick a name tag Read the rest of this entry »

Swing Sabroso’s Video

Posted on March 12th, 2007 by by Camila

Swing Sabroso is probably the best band in the area. Their rhythm is tight and exact. Their melodies and harmonies are catchy. Swing Sabroso’s live performances are known for being recording quality, every time! But their soul and talent really comes out when they perform their own original material.

[kml_flashembed movie="" width="213" height="175" wmode="transparent" /]“Baila Con Swing Sabroso” [kml_flashembed movie="" width="213" height="175" wmode="transparent" /]Sneak Peak

Ray Rodriquez y Swing Sabroso are taking it to the next level! That’s right, Salsa Y Reggaeton combined. Some very new artists have approached Swing Sabroso with the Read the rest of this entry »