VIRTUAL Salsa B: Footwork Challenge 2


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We have also used the description of 101 or 102, etc.. 101 being the first video of the series and the easiest one.

All video details are below.


Challenge yourself! Put together a nice footwork combination, you will definately get a workout not even watching parts over again, just following the video in real time.

Combination includes flares, Suzy Q, Left & right turns, pivot turns, chord beat walks, borracho step among others.
All movements covered on this video are meant for you to practice at home at your own leisure and repeat them as many times as necessary to be able to be executed well by yourself. Later you will incorporate these moves in your partnered combinations and your styling.

Music: “Lo que traigo yo” by Willy Torres
Music rights provided by Latin Street Music

Video produced by Andres Meneses & Joshua Tammaro.
Director of Photography : Joshua Tammaro. –
Video duration: 35:50 mis

Abraham Ruiz is a several times World Bachata Champion teaching a full time dance schedule including Salsa, Bachata & Cumbia at Latin Street Music & Dancing Studios in Chicago.