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The Difference Between a Brush and a Scuff in Tap Dance

Get Free iOS apps by email! http://bit.ly/FREEAPPS Despite their similar sounding names, there actually is a difference between a shuffle step and a scuffle step. The scuff involves your heel hitting the floor rather than your toe. What is a brush? For starters, a brush involves "brushing" your?toe?forward across the floor.When you bring your foot back, brush or spank your?toe?across the floor again.Both forward and backward movements involve brushing your toe on the floor. What is a scuff? A scuffle, however, is similar to a brush but involves "scuffing" your?heel?forward across the floor.When you bring your foot back this time, however, brush or spank your?toe?across the floor.The scuff only occurs with your heel on the initial part of the forward movement with your foot. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/courses/learn-to-tap-dance/learn-the-basics/brush-vs-scuff/
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