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Learn to Line Dance with this awesome line dance DVD set! Learn 20 of the hottest line dances in the country, learn them at your own pace, and get some exercise too! Learn famous line dances danced to famous songs like the Boot Scootin' Boogie, Watermelon Crawl, Cotton Eye Joe, Fishin in the Dark, Honky Tonk Badonkadonk, Any Man of Mine, Bombshell Stomp, Hooked on an Eight Second Ride, God Blessed Texas, and of course the famous line dance the Tush Push and many more.
In this two disc set, each line dance DVD has 10 line dances. You will learn the most famous classics and some of the newest, most popular line dances from around the country on this line dance instructional DVD. You will learn each line dance step by step, and then do it to music as the instructor continues to help you through all the steps. Each instructional line dance DVD ends with a half-hour practice and cardio exercise section that takes you through all 10 line dances back to back with music. This is a great way to practice the line dances, plus get 30 minutes of low impact cardiovascular exercise and have a great time doing it! Almost 3 hours of line dancing goodness in this set of line dance DVDs!
Volume 1 of this instructional line dance DVD set focuses on line dances that are shorter and simpler to help get you acclimated, and dancing quickly. It starts with the simplest first, and as you progress through the instructional DVD, the dances become more challenging to help you increase your abilities. Then go through the 30 minute practice/low impact cardio section at the end of the line dance DVD to break a sweat, and fine tune your dancing.
Volume 2 of Line Dance Lessons on DVD steps it up a notch, and introduces more variety in the line dances to help you to continue to progress. You will love them all, as you discover line dances that are slightly longer, more intricate, or faster paced, and as you get better you will have more fun with every step.
In addition, Vol 1 is full of fun dances that are great for a wide range of ages and skill levels. For someone with little to no dance experience, Line Dance Lessons on DVD Vol 1 is the perfect place to start. For someone with dance experience it is a great way to get into line dancing, or a great way to learn a few new line dances to teach to your friends who are just starting out.
As the dances get more complex in Vol 2, you will love the combinations of moves and the interaction they bring with the other dancers around you. Someone with very little dance experience would probably consider the difficulty level Volume 2 to be intermediate with a select few pushing into the advanced range.
See below the complete list of line dances including songs most often danced to.
Triple Shake – most often dance to “Funky Cowboy” by Ronnie McDowell
Boot Scoot – most often danced to “Boot Scoot and Boogie” by Brooks & Dunn
Giddy-up – most often dance to “Play Something Country” by Brooks and Dunn
Spin Dixie - most often dance to “Any Man of Mine” by Shania Twain
Slappin’ Leather - most often dance to “Fishin in the Dark” by Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, or “Wrapped Around” by Brad Paisley.
Boogie Train - most often dance to “Baby Likes to Rock It” by The Tractors
Tap & Slap - most often dance to “T-R-O-U-B-L-E” by Travis Tritt
Rockin’ Chair - most often dance to “Yippi Ti Yi Yo” by Ronnie McDowell
Cotton Eye - most often dance to “Cotton Eye Joe” by Rednex
Bull Ride - most often dance to “Hooked on an 8 Second Ride” by Chris LeDoux
Hitchin’ – “I’m From the Country” by Tracy Byrd
Tailgate – most often dance to “Tailgate” by Neal McCoy
The Crawl – most often dance to “Watermelon Crawl” by Tracy Byrd
Come on Over – most often dance to “God Blessed Texas” by Little Texas)
Cha Cha Glide – most often dance to “My Maria” Brooks and Dunn
Playin’ Chicken – most often dance to “I Play Chicken with the Train” by Cowboy Troy
Tush Push – most often dance to “The Fireman” by George Strait
The Stomp – most often dance to “Bombshell Stomp” by Bomshel
Honky Tonkin’ – most often dance to “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk” by Trace Adkins
Poppin’ (Hoppin’) – most often dance to “Old Pop in an Oak” by Rednex