This page, which describes the move known as a
Rocking Horse, is part of the
Turnstep Dictionary at
A Rocking Horse is a repeater done with a knee,
a hamstring curl, and a knee. Your body "rocks" back
and forth as you switch from hamstring to knee to hamstring.
This move is done in 8 counts:
- 1. Step up on the bench with your lead foot.
- 2. Do a hamstring curl with the other foot (shown as
the letter H in the picture).
- 3. Step back down to the floor with the other foot.
- 4. Lift your right knee up (shown as
the letter K in the picture).
- 5. Place your lead foot back on the bench.
- 6. Do another hamstring curl with the other foot.
- 7. Step back down on the floor with the other foot.
- 8. Step back down on the floor with the lead foot.