Clogging, Flatfoot and Buck Dance Videos
Constant shuffling of the "floor" foot is one of the major characteristics that distinguishes clogging from tap dancing. Flatfoot dancing is largely based on a low-to-the-floor style that emphasizes intricate rhythms and creative percussive dancing. Buck dancing emphasizes percussive rhythms with a greater use of the heel and toe. The style uses a greater bent leg position that distinguishes it from "shuffle" clogging.
Beginner Clogging DVD
A Cappella - Basic Video
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