Just ten simple line dance steps will have you burning fat and having fun. Each of the three segments keeps you motivated with a different easy-to-follow combo. “Scoot These Boots” is the easiest; it includes lots of hip swings and boot scoots. “Ride ‘Em Cowboy” is filled with energy and personality; it’s faster paced with slightly more complex steps. “Brand New Boyfriend” is flirty and fun; it emphasizes bouncy, swing-style moves. Amy Blackburn’s cuing is non-intimidating and friendly — she just wants you to have fun. Includes a 14-minute tutorial.
If you already know how to dance country, you can use this program as a good cardio workout .. If not - a competent instructor and just a nice girl Amy Blackburn will teach you the basic movements and ligaments, consistently adding new ones, going from simple to complex, without pausing for a moment. She explains very lucidly and pleasant atmosphere in the studio. I liked that the program includes movements that carry the male dancers (so called dancing boots) (remember Woody Harelsona in "The Cowboy Way"?) .. In the performance of Amy they look extremely attractive, and when she promises that in jeans, it should look cool, it somehow believe. Music instrumental and very high quality, what is always nice. Overall, the program leaves the impression made soundly and with love to people.
Classic Country Music: A Smithsonian Collection was a multi-volume set of recordings released by the Smithsonian Institution. Released in 1990, the collection contains 100 tracks deemed to be significantly important to the history of country music.