酷旅行方式 - Adv - Lunge To Lean To Lunge
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- So talking it.
- At the beginning, I push her.
- So I'm stepping: weight change, side. I'm stepping to the middle
of my foot - or even a little bit to my heel.
- So that way, when I shift to the ball of my foot,
that point’s her back.
- So this is just the shift to the ball of my foot,
that pushes her back a little bit.
- From there I’m going to lift up, so the ladies lift up…
- ..and in my back arm, I’m lifting up
and a little bit towards me to encourage her to lean.
- So I say, "lean" as I shift her and that gets us into a lean.
- Which is the only way I could have done that
without falling all the way over.
- Now from there, after this lift up for the leader-
lady really elongating...
- ..and pushing from the top aggressively,
like any other lean.
- I’m going to shift my body forward
and turn it a little bit to my left…
- ..to get her left foot to go back and cross.
- And then I'll shift more to get her to shift to that leg.
- So we have, weight change, side, point.
- Here I’m going to lift - up, as I push forward.
- And then I’ll push forward a little bit more
and a little down to get a point and then we’ll exit.
- For the followers as you do this, really I want you to think…
- ..most about the sense of really lengthening
and holding a lot in your core.
- And timing.
- What about timing?
- That, you don’t just boom lean.
- That as he moves you back,
you lean more and more forward...
- ..in order to get the balance, to get into the cross.