Advanced Jazz Leaps
These jazz leaps are for more advanced students who have been taking dance for at least 10 or 11 years.
A leap where the back leg is bent a reached up toward the head. The body should also be arched back.
A leap where the front leg is straight and the back is bent in attitude.
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A two step turn followed by and immediate toe touch.
A leap where one leg goes in front and then while still in the air the front leg and the back leg switch.
You run as if you were going into a regular leap, but switch the direction of the body so the front leg becomes the back and the back becomes the front.
A toe touch raising one leg at a time and hitting a side split in the air.