Salsa dancing, like salsa the food, is spicy hot and full of Latin American sizzle. During salsa dancing, there is a double-handed move called the in-n-out in which the girl gets spun out to her left and gets resisted by the guy on her right shoulder so she doesn't spin out too far.
A great move to try after the in-n-out is the patternito, a fancy term for a reverse cross body lead.
After an in-n-out salsa move, you can keep both hands near the follow's shoulder, and flick the hand into a hammerlock. From there, you can proceed with a simple reverse cross body lead. We called it "Patternito" as a play on the phrase of 'Short Pattern'.
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