Key learning points:

  • How the Jive can often be the difference between winning and losing despite often being the least thought about, least practised and least liked of all 5 dances.
  • The importance of good posture; Jive is slightly different from the other dances as knees need to be slightly bent and the body needs to have a soft curve in order to efficiently and effectively kick and flick the legs either in front or behind.
  • The different types of connections in Jive and the best connection to use if stamina is weaker and the body becomes tired during the competition.
  • How to be bright and interesting with your choreography and keep your choreography personal to you and the level you are at.