Learning The T-Step Of Shuffle Dance

Okay so I kinda figured out how to do the running man in a previous shuffle video and now I just really have to practise it. I thought I would move ahead a bit and start working on the next part of my shuffle dance which is the T-Step. Now again this looks really simple and yes it only consists of a few moves that get repeated, but when you want to do it faster and faster it just gets almost impossible.

Now I found a lot of different variations of the T-Step when I was searching for some good shuffle videos on the subject, but decided I’d start with what looked like the easiest. It’s the same guy I copied for the running man video and I like the way he explains it even though his shuffle video tutorials are low quality resolution. You can see the T-Step Shuffle Video in the tutorials section of my site.

I must admit that I did practise the T-Step a little before I shot this first video. Not because I wanted to hold out on you guys getting a good laugh, but because I was eager to try it out. Don’t worry I still have a long way to go and this video shows how bad I suck at performing the T-Step. I will keep practising and hopefully I will show improvement in a later shuffle dance video.

But for now, have some fun watching me perform the T-Step:

It might be a bit boring and maybe I’ll cut the next few videos down in length. I seriously need to get some more practise in! What do you think so far? Please leave a comment below – thanks!


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2 thoughts on “Learning The T-Step Of Shuffle Dance

  1. i wanna learn to shuffle too =D u look like your doin good, not a complaint but addin some music in the dance parts would make it entertainin heh just so u have a beat to shuffle too….. nothing fast…… but your vids are great tribute to us learnin to shuffle =D

    • Hey Bryan – thanks a lot :) Yes absolutely the music makes a huge difference! If you ever make some videos of your own please send a link and I’ll include them on the site – could be fun :) Take care!


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