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Some Advanced Salsa Moves

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You look like a passionate salsa dancer! It seems like you have been practicing those basic Salsa moves for a while with that hot partner of yours. Salsa is a great dance to have in your life. It enriches it and glorifies your life. You know the basic backward and forward steps, why leave it there? You are now in need for an introductory class for some advanced salsa steps. Salsa is a cheeky dance with a lot of intricate footwork and eye-catching twists and turns that would burn your fat, build your body muscles and get you a great body.

There are many exotic salsa moves, here are examples of some. Side-way basic, also known as the drop side is a move where you turn right and left, while doing the typical front and back move. Another salsa move is the Cuban open step. This move is simply moving diagonally to the left and diagonally to the right. Then you make a cross step sideways by crossing your right leg over your left leg.

A third example of an exotic salsa move is the spot turn. This move can be performed by two dancers; they do a full turn without moving from their spot. Extension is also a basic salsa move; this is when both partners break away from each other in different directions, creating arm tension.  Cross body is when you switch positions with your partner in a counter clockwise form. Reverse cross body, however, is the opposite. You switch positions with your partner in a clockwise fashion.

The above are only a sample of the many steps you will learn as you progress in salsa. As anything, it is always better to practice these moves rather than simply read about them. A good way to start is to download a good salsa video for the best dancers, such as Louis van Amstel, and then follow the steps of the instructor closely. You will find your salsa moves improving significantly, and the next time you go to a salsa class, you will have something to add.

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An Instructional Guide on How to Use Hiking Water Filters During Hiking Trips

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Although hiking can be a wonderful and exciting experience, there are also some challenges that can be met along the way in engaging in this activity. One major problem is being able to gain access to drinking water that is clean and safe. Yes it is true that there are numerous bodies of water out there such as rivers, ponds, lakes and streams. However, these water sources are not completely safe. There is a great possibility that they have organisms and other contaminants in them. Due to this reason, a water filter could be a great piece of camping gear. Do you know how to use one? If not, here is a guide that you can follow on how to use hiking water filters

Before anything else, you must first prepare the following; a toothbrush, iodine tablets and water filter. When all of these are ready, what you need to do first is to select a filter. Make sure that the filter you bought is of good quality and is one that has the ability to fight water parasites and other substances. Choose one that has a 1 micron or less pore size. Now if you already have the water filter in your hands get the manual and read the instructions. It would really help a lot if you become familiar with the instructions in it. Bring this manual with you to your trip.

Once the water supply is already nearby, get some water and place it inside your filter. Be sure to use clear running water. However, if this type of water is hard to find, just let the debris in the water gather first. Once this is done, scrub them off. It is only normal that your filter would experience some clogging so don’t worry if this happens. You can now use the toothbrush to help you in accomplishing this task. Wash your filter in order to ensure that it is already clean once you use it again. Always use these steps when using hiking water filters and you will do just fine.

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