How to use Foxtrot in a sentence

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  • Thankfully the "Texas Two Step" is the term commonly used today, as having another version of the Foxtrot would lend itself to even more confusion.

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  • Dancing the foxtrot progressive step means the lead needs to cover ground quickly.

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  • That all changed, though, in the late 1910's, when a dance called the "Collegiate Foxtrot" began to catch on.

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  • Dancing the foxtrot has been one of the favorite pastimes of ballroom dancers from amateurs to competitive professionals for decades.

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  • The foxtrot has gone all the way from the vaudeville stage to prime time TV on shows like Dancing with the Stars.

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  • When dancing the foxtrot, the lead controls the direction of movement and signals any special dance moves to the follow through body movement with hand pressure.

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  • Most of the foxtrot is danced in "closed" frame, with the lead's left hand holding the follow's right, and the lead's right hand wrapped around the follow's back and resting on the scapula.

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  • This way the foxtrot dance becomes a dance done by two people moving as one, not one person dragging around another.

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  • The footwork for the foxtrot is a bit tricky - in fact, people who are learning the "basic" step will look at experienced dancers and wonder if they are actually dancing the same dance.

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  • One of the easiest and most fun variations in the foxtrot is the promenade, where the dancers face each other and move their feet sideways (still in the same rhythm) with a sort of grapevine step in order to move in the same direction.

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  • Many more complex dance moves can be integrated into the foxtrot, making it one of the most beautiful and intricate ballroom dances.

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  • Unfortunately, changing the dance also made it less attractive to many and it began to decline in popularity worldwide as dances such as the foxtrot and the samba came to the forefront.

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  • Their most successful dances were those with quick and energetic choreography, such as the QuickStep, the Cha-Cha-Cha, and the Foxtrot.

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  • This means the couple does not utilize the entire dance floor, traveling with large steps as one would see in a typical waltz or foxtrot.

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  • For obvious reasons, these kinds of illustrations work best with dances that have basic steps or only minor variations, such as the Tango or the Foxtrot.

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  • While some partners compete in everything from the tango and salsa to the waltz and foxtrot, other couples specialize in Latin dances or waltzing.

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  • A few more are the Waltz, Salsa, Merengue, Mambo, Tango, Samba, Cha-Cha, Rumba and Foxtrot to name but a few!

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  • Week one saw her doing the Foxtrot to "The Pink Panther Theme."

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  • Some popular ballroom dances are the waltz, foxtrot, mambo, and rumba, and you'll want to research the specifics of your dance before you shop for the skirt.

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  • There are really two histories of what is called two step dance, because the name jumped from one type of dance that is no longer done to another (the Texas Two Step or Collegiate Foxtrot) that is done.

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  • However, many of the dance techniques remained in other forms of dance such as the Foxtrot (danced competitively) and the aptly named Quickstep.

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  • Many variations done in the Texas Two-Step come from Foxtrot, in fact, as well as from the square dance world.

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  • Once the basic has been completed, it is repeated, and just like that, you are dancing the foxtrot.

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