Marietta Mehanni

Stompless Step

Written by Marietta

March 21, 2014

Are you tired of stomping your way through a step class?

Stomps have been a valuable addition to the step choreography repetiteur, but it has been to the expense of cardiovascular intensity. Discover how to elevate heart rate, create interesting and inspired step choreography without a single stomp!!

Aims and Objectives

  • Explanation of constitutes a stomp and why it can decrease cardiovascular intensity
  • Demonstrate using standard moves can provide the creativity that the stomp is often substituted for
  • 3 blocks of choreography that will demonstrate effective learning curves to get to the final product

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