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Live at Broadway Dance Center [electronic resource]: Jazz

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Online
2003; 2006
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Live at Broadway Dance Center [electronic resource]: Floorwork

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Online
2007; 2009
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Live at Broadway Dance Center [electronic resource]: Contemporary Dance Warm-Up With Bruno Collinet

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"Using simple elements such as body weight, contact with the floor, support, kinestetics and releasing of the joints, these warm-up exercises create a strong and efficient basic placement of muscle/body restructuring to natural execution of difficulty ... using off balance, breaks of energy, musicality and music interpretation."
Online
2010
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Live at Broadway Dance Center Int to Int/Adv Level [electronic resource]: Tap Tap Boom!

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"Join Jared as he blasts you out of your tap 'comfort zone' and into a place of self-expression. He will guide you through a war-up and three explosive combinations. In this video you will learn choreography and find those places within the steps where you can add your personality and dance comfortably. Jared's charisma will motivate and inspire you so that you won't get caught up in a web of concentration, sound and discipline. You will find security in yourself and in your body that enables you to learn in a comfortable state of relaxation, allowing for steady gains and progress. Relax your body and mind, let the music of tap guide you down paths of countless possibilities"--Original container.
Online
2006
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Live at Broadway Dance Center [electronic resource]: Takes on Theatre, Dance

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Instructional video on theatre dance for beginners, intermediate and advanced levels. Demonstrates the Savoy Strut, In the Groove and the Vaudeville Charleston.
Online
2004
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Live at Broadway Dance Center [electronic resource]: The Care and Feeding of a Dancer With Toni Branner

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Discusses how dancers can reduce free radical damage and oxidative stress by eating nutrient-rich foods.
Online
2008
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Live at Broadway Dance Center [electronic resource]: Turns & Turn Combos

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Instructional dance video illustrating the technique of turns and turn combos. Beginner, intermediate and advanced turns are illustrated for classical and jazz pirouettes, among other techniques.
Online
2003
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Live at Broadway Dance Center [electronic resource]: Lyrical Jazz

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Choreographer Joey Dowling demonstrates how to execute the technical moves of lyrical jazz dance.
Online
2004
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Live at Broadway Dance Center [electronic resource]: Lifts

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Provides instruction on the proper execution of dance lifts.
Online
2007
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Live at Broadway Dance Center [electronic resource]: Latin Jazz and Intro to Partnering With Maria Torres

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This video introduces the art of Latin motion, rhythm, and style, while utilizing the jazz foundation.
Online
2006
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Live at Broadway Dance Center [electronic resource]: Contemporary Jazz With Brice Mousset

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Mousset demonstrates three different routines, starting from an advanced beginner level and then increasing the technical aspects of the choreography to the intermediate-advanced level.
Online
2007
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Live at Broadway Dance Center [electronic resource]: Active Isolated Flexibility

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This video gives close-up images and descriptions of all the exercises; how the rope is used, and which muscle is contracting to relax the target muscle in preparation of its stretch. With the help of Jim & Phil Wharton, Michèle will lead you through a complete Active Isolated Flexibility class. In this class you will improve your performace, increase flexibility and prevent injury ... your tools to longevity.
Online
2003
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Live at Broadway Dance Center: Active-Isolated Strength Program

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"Active-Isolated Strengthening is a revolutionary technique in which we pinpoint, isolate and strngthen each individual muscle used to perform as a dancer or athlete at your highest potential: a tool box for the feet, ankles, calves, knees, hamstrings, quadriceps, hip and grunk, back and shoulders, with step by step instructions tailored to work specific muscle groups. This training program is backed by sound scientific principles, and can be tailored to your specific goals and needs. Don't wait until you are injured to strengthen! You will learn a wealth of information to keep you at peak performance and out of the doctor's office ..."
Online
2004