One of the very few truly "Freestyle" dance instructional videos on the market: "75 Easy to Learn Rock and Roll Dance Moves" is a seventy-six minute film specifically designed to help singles onto the dance floor by teaching them a wide assortment of dance moves that work well with all types of rock and roll music. And, … being as these are “freestyle” dance moves and therefore not necessarily practiced and coordinated between couples; they can be performed at random with “unfamiliar” partners.
Right from the start with the basic "Side to Side Move" to all the way through "Momentum Spins" and "Riding Your Partner" this film is formatted and choreographed with the new student in mind. The increasing difficulty of the moves is so gradual, so barely noticeable that beginners will be astounded at how easily and naturally their body acclimates to dance and rhythm.
Experienced dancers too, will be amazed and impressed at the seemingly endless variety of moves displayed. Jam-packed with moves for all types of rock and roll music, there are moves known as "Fillers" which are easy to perform, basic stuff you may want to use to keep your momentum going in-between other, more specialized moves... There are "Situation" moves which you may want to use occasionally when you feel that the music "calls" for it... There are what John terms as: "Show Biz/Shock Effect" moves, which will really have you stand out in a crowd ........ And of course, there are a bunch of your more normal/traditionally accepted moves such as "The Jerk, Hammering, Duck-walking, etc" scattered throughout the film ... Best of all though is that again: "Being as these are 'Freestyle' dance moves," these moves unlike Swing, Latin and other practiced dances, can be altered as to how you perform them best!