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Cambridge Round Church

Alex Krebs teaches ganchos

Alex Krebs held a workshop in Cambridge on ganchos in January 2002.

Following

Ganchos

Leading

Close embrace

Turns

       
 

Whether forward/backward;

clockwise/anti-clock;

L or R;

all ganchos are on follower's weighted foot:

   
    Leader's foot enters near middle and moves back to find F's foot

Leader and follower are at right angles

Leader's foot hooks over followers foot if leader is side on to follower

Leader's foot blocks in front of followers foot if leader is facing follower

 

Backward are all from follower's back step:

   
    l facing f enters and steps over F's weighted ft to block lead ft as it comes back

l facing back enters and hooks over F's weighted ft to block lead ft as it comes back

 

Forward are all from Follower's side step::

   
    L facing F enters past F's weighted foot to block lead ft as it wraps pver L's leg

L facing back hooks around F's weighted foot to block lead ft as it wraps pver L's leg

       
 

Continuous sequences:

   
    Side to Back

Back to Side

Back Back Back. -backward ochos with ganchos

Back Side Back...

Side Back Side...

       
       
       
       
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