Roller Skates Dancing For Beginner (A-Z)

Today, I will show you three dance moves you can do with roller skates.

These can be done with or without toe stoppers.

I recommend using smaller toe stoppers or rolling them up close to your boot if you’re using toe stops.

I also recommend you do these without toe stop. It’s not easy, but it is a great method to avoid using them and learn how to dance and skate.

3 Rollerskate Dancing Move

So the three moves you’re going to learn will be:

Crossing Foot

We’re going to start with a simple step over.

This is great if you are busy making moves and want to relax but still look like you’re dancing.

It’s also something I teach new skaters who want to dance but don’t have much experience in it.

So what you need to do is find your music, find your beat, and then take a step across with one foot and cross the other foot.

Then you will step out with the foot you crossed and do the same thing on the opposite side.

Feet Shifting

The next move we’ll make is to take both your feet and shift them from one side to the other. You’re pivoting both your feet together.

Imagine your toes are now facing the right direction. Now, jump slightly to move your feet to the left and repeat the process.

Scissor Position

This dance move is intended for beginners struggling to learn other moves or have skipped the foundation skills.

These are the first steps that have a little role.

They’re mainly performed on the spot, with the skate holding most of your weight.

The other plants will be in different positions, such as Heel Roll or Toe Roll.

The Scissor position is a must-have for any skater who needs to avoid speed bumps, dips in asphalt or other obstacles.

This video shows you how to do Scissor Position.

Conclusion

I hope you enjoyed these beginner dance moves.

Let me know if there are any other dance moves you would like to learn.

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