Learn more about Flatfooting, Buckdancing

Flatfooting vs Buckdancing 



  • Keep their feet close to the ground. There are no extroverted bent leg thrusts of buckdancing, nor the clapping of clogging.
  • Flatfooters don't get to make a lot of noise. The key is getting in time with the music. 
  • Feet should be about an inch off the ground, like stuck to the ground by chewing gum.
  • Your body must relax.
  • Flatfooting is very improvisational. 



  • Steps are higher off the ground with a straight immobile torso.
  • It has emphasis on steps that put the dancer on their toes rather than their heels. 

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