WALK

From October 23, 2013

The sweetest, shiniest cherry won’t save a bad sundae. Your favorite actor/actress can’t save a film with an idiotic plot line. An amazing interior design won’t save a restaurant that serves horrible-tasting food.

The enthusiasm for and effort in doing fancier tango steps won’t save a dancer who can’t properly lead or follow a basic walk.

It may not seem glamorous, but those first steps we learn in the beginning, the walk, are the foundation of everything that comes after. Walk well, even if it’s all you do for the entire tanda. Your partners won’t think you’re just good at walking. They’ll think you’re good at dancing, too.

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