Argentine Tango Technique– Don’t leave the gym yet!

Practice and learn Intelligently, choosing the most effective exercises.

A small tweak and your gym routine can greatly support your Tango technique. If you add these exercises to your gym routine, you will see great results, in your balance, posture, steps, disassociation and other basic tango elements.

Most importantly though you have to find ways to revisit the Tango fundamentals under a different light. Work on your Tango movements from a different perspective.

Why is that important?

Because you will get to understand your movement better, when you approach it from a different perspective. Plus the more you practice in this way, your brain will learn how to identify the common elements. That means that when you are going to be in a fitness class, or a yoga or walking down the street your brain will be automatically identifying details that can help your Tango!

So you are practicing Tango, you are working out and you are also learning how to learn!

posted by: Chrisa Assis

About the author: Dance Teacher, Professional Dancer, Writer from Toronto

Published: 25 Nov 2018 @ 12:56

Last modified: 25 Mar 2019 @ 10:37

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