Vertical Step Challenge

This is a Step pattern from www.turnstep.com. (pattern 4356)

The participants really seem to enjoy these combos (I use Power Music Club Trax 14 for these combos).

All combinations are 32 or 64 counts and automatically repeat to the opposite lead leg. (I have shown only the final pattern - not how I would break it down).

The step is vertical. Lead is always from the left side of the step at the end:


 Front of the room

                       XXX
                       XXX
                       XXX
                       XXX
             You       XXX

Combo #1

Repeat other side

Combo #2

Repeat other side

Put Combo 1 and 2 together.

Combo #3

(I like this one because it's basic but really gets them sweating doing the lunges and squats) Repeat other side

Combo #4

Repeat other side

Put Combo 3 and 4 together.

Combo #5

Repeat other leg

Now you're ready to put all the combos together! Have Fun! :)

Thanks for all the terrific ideas and combos everyone!

Repeater explanations:

  1. Walk the Plank Repeater - at the starting position facing the front of the room (see diagram above) place your right foot on the bench and bring your left knee up as you face the right side of the room (count 1,2), then place your left foot on the bench and bring your right knee up (count 3,4), then place your right foot on the bench and lift your left knee up (count 5,6) and then exit on count 7,8.
  2. Rock Repeater - at the starting position facing the front of the room (see diagram above) place your right foot on the bench and bring your left knee up as you face the right side of the room (count 1,2), then place your left foot on the floor and bring your right knee up (count 3,4), then place your right foot on the bench and bring your left knee up (count 5,6) and then exit on count 7,8. Add propulsion if you like. SWEATY!
  3. Repeater Hitch - at the starting position facing the front of the room (see diagram above) do a regular knee repeater but on count 5,6 pivot/little hop with your supporting leg and exit to the opposite side of the bench on count 7,8


Added by Sonja Martins at 5:49 PM on Monday, March 15, 1999 EST. Add to favorites (view favorites)
(Email: dmart10699@aol.com)
From: Sidney, British Columbia (Canada)
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