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    Full Workout

    • * Walking Halftime

    • * Leg Warmup

    • * Walking With Hooked Crosses

    • * Pasadas with Crosses

    • * Lapiz Breakdown

    • * Taps Under the Body

    • * Rock Steps Forward Side and Back

    • * Small Forward Sprinkler

    • * Small Backward Sprinkler

    • ** Lapiz and Amague Combo

    • ** Unwound Washing Machine

    • * Forward Ochos

    • * Walk Walk Forward Ocho

    • ** Forward Ochos with Ochitos

    • * Halftime Back Ochos

    • ** Back Ochos

    • ** Back Ochos with Ochitos

    • ** Traveling Ochos

    • ** Half Molinete BSF on a Line

    • ** Half Molinete FSB on a Line

    • ** Molinete

    • *** Molinete with Pasada

    • * Leg Swings

    • * Classic Abanico

    • ** Classic Forward Boleo

    • ** Classic Back Boleo

    • ** Back Boleo with Knee Lifts

    • *** Forward, Side - Boleo

    • *** Molinete with 2 Boleos

Why do we practice solo?

For us at LA Tango Academy, solo drills are a big part of our training. Doing solo exercises helps us develop our own movement so that when we dance with a partner, everything feels and works even better. While practicing solo feels very different and will never replace dancing with a partner, it’s essential to becoming the dancers we want to be...