Welcome to Level 4
In this video, Nick discusses what he will cover in level 4. He also discusses a road block many tap teaches get hung up on in level 4.

Warm Up

Level 4.1
In this video, Nick breaks down his most used warm up exercise he uses for both levels 4 and 5 – Rolling-Shuffles and Switching-Shuffles.

Basics

Level 4.2
In this video, Nick breaks down the separated wing – an easy skill to master after the separated pull-backs have been mastered.

Level 4.3
In this video, Nick breaks down the scoot and discusses an easy exercise he uses with his students to master it.

Level 4.4
In this video, Nick breaks discusses the separated pull-back in place – the separated pick-up.

Level 4.5
In this video, Nick breaks down the double-scuff.

Level 4.6
In this video, Nick breaks down the single foot tip as well as toe-tips which are sometimes called toe-cramps.

Level 4.7
In this video, Nick breaks down the shiggy-bop and discusses what to look for when teaching it to your students.

Across the Floor

Level 4.8
In this video, Nick breaks down a couple easy across the floor exercises he uses to help his students master slaloms.

Level 4.9
In this video, Nick breaks down and easy across the floor exercise he uses to help his students master separated-wings.

Level 4.10
In this video, Nick discusses a couple across the floor exercise he uses to help his students master the shiggy-bop.

Level 4.11
In this video, Nick breaks down and across the floor exercise he uses to continue working on crawl progressions – Shuffle-Dig, Shuffle-Touch, Shuffle-Tip Shuffle-Touch.

8 Count Drills

Level 4.12
In this video, Nick breaks down an easy eight count drill he uses to help his students master the maxi-ford tap-turn.

Level 4.13
In this video, Nick breaks down an easy eight count drill he uses to help his students master the shiggy-bop.

Questions?

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