Pull off that Jazz Square

     Print Edition: Aug 17, 2014

Jazz square in four easy steps
A jazz square is a step that may look difficult, but is easy when broken down. Stand with your feet together, arms by the side and the knees softly bent.

Place your right foot across the left and transfer your body weight to the right leg. You need to do this with attitude in your upper body to accentuate the motion.

Now, swiftly pull your left foot back and transfer your weight on to that leg. The trick is to be able to go through the motions fast while keep each of them distinct.

With your right foot, step to the side and create about a shoulderwidth gap between your feet. Now, close the gap by moving your left foot close to the right.

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