Vals Timing - Accenting the Two

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We think this is the most common type of vals timing. One of the "tricks" to being able to do this so fast is to have the cue be something transitional, something you move through rather than a place you arrive. In the process of dancing the quicks, be wary of the body stiffening and thus becoming jerky or unflowing. Even as we add rhythm to the vals, it is still first about being flowing and only second about being rhythmic.

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Count with me a little bit. One, two, three; one, two, three; one, two, three, one, two.
One, two; one; one, two; one; one, two.
So, we'll show you what that looks like when we're moving.
So, using a left foot basic,
One, he changes.
Two, she changes.
D: Three, they both change.
N: Three, they both change.
So, again:
We've got: one, he changes,
Two, she changes,
D: Three, they both change.
N: Three, they both change.
That's cool how that works.
And so, if we show just slowly, once,
We've got: one, his quick, we step left.
D: One, her quick,
N: We step back.
One, our quick.
Ant that's much the same as at the beginning of this chapter, when you were counting.
So, we had: one-two, one; one-two, one.
D: So, here it's: one, him, one; one, her, one;
N: One, us, one,
D: One, both, one.