Peter Stokkebroe, DEN | Weight Transfer 28/06/2013

Peter StokkebroeExcerpts from a lecture on "Weight Transfer" held by Danish trainer Peter Stokkebroe on the occasion of the 2013 edition of The Camp in Wuppertal, GER.

The WDSF DanceSport Academy wishes to thank Peter as well as the organisers of The Camp for allowing that this recording can be published as part of the YouTraining DanceSport programme.

Photo, recording by Prof Helmut Roland.

C4T9b9sURRo|Peter Stokkebroe | Weight Transfer | Lecture

WDSF DanceSport AcademyThere are more lectures from The Camp 2013 in Wuppertal, GER, available on the YouTube channel of the WDSF DanceSport Academy.

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