# KISS---->Hi Lo ....? Simple Silly!

*This is a
Hi/Lo pattern from
www.turnstep.com.
(pattern 4410)*

This pattern of mine can be used for a warm up or cardio.
Especially written for the Newbie instructors.

### Pattern: 1 (32 counts)

- A:
- Right grapevine x 1; step touch x 2 (8)
- Right knee up, left knee up; alternate x 4 (while turning
to face the right wall) (8)
- Jog forward for 3 counts beginning with left foot and kick
right foot for the 4th count. Jog back for 3 counts
beginning with right foot and kick left foot for the 4th
count. (8)
- 4) Right knee up, left knee up; alternate x 4 (while turning
to face the front wall) (8)
- B:
- 1) Right reach up, left reach up; alternate x 4 (while
travelling forward) (8)
- 2) March out for 3 counts beginning with left foot and tap
in right for the 4th count; alternate x 2 (8)
- 3) Right reach up, left reach; alternate x 4 (while
travelling back) (8)
- 4) March out for 3 counts beginning with left foot and tap
in right for the 4th count; alternate x 2 (8)

Now you may start with the left lead! Pattern 1 A and B

### Pattern 2: (64 counts)

- 1) Right diagonal grapevine x 1; left double step touch x 1
right diagonal grapevine (travelling back) x 1; left front
mambo! (you could do the pivot mambo if comfortable) (16)
- 2) Left diagonal grapevine x 1; right double step touch x 1
left diagonal grapevine (travelling back) x 1; right front
mambo! (you could do the pivot mambo if comfortable) (16)
- 3) Right grapevine and turn(face back of the room!) x 1;
left grapevine x 1; right hamstring curl, left hamstring
curl; x 2; (while turning to face the front of the room);
right double hamstring curls x 1 (16)
- 4) Left grapevine and turn(face back of the room1) x 1;
right grapevine x 1; left hamstring curl; right hamstring
curl; x 2 (while turning to face the front of the room);
left double hamstring curls x 1 (16)

Now take it from the very top:
That will do!

Message for the newbie instructors teaching the newbie aerobic
clients: One trick is when cueing, use the same words and
keep the repititions equal on both sides. I find combining add
ons and teaching two moves separately and then putting the
whole pattern up works the best.

This example should help:

Pattern 1A: teach 1) and 2) as add on; then teach separately 3
and 4 and put together 3 and 4.

Pattern 2: First teach the grapevine and then teach the turn
and face the back grapevine. Then teach hamstring curls. Single
single and double in place and when comfortable comes the turn!

Hope it's clear. If something unclear you can email me.
All the Best.

Added by
Tea
at 9:19 PM on Tuesday, March 23, 1999 EST.
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