Go Go Boots

This is a Step pattern from www.turnstep.com. (pattern 8859)

Several parts of this routine were recently stolen from other Turnstep submissions (8 counts here, 16 counts there). I don't usually re-post other people's submissions so quickly, but this worked so well in my class the other day that I had to share it!

Anything with two stars (**) has an explanation following.
AKA = "also known as"

Explanations (all start on right foot for argument's sake):

**Rock each corner: Feet step on each corner in turn. It's like a mambo to each corner with no cha-cha, ending up with both feet on the step. (Count 1) Right foot steps on left corner (2) Left foot steps in place on floor (3) Right foot steps on floor (4) Left foot steps on right corner (5) Right foot steps in place on floor (6) Left foot steps on floor (7) Right foot on top (8) Left foot on top.

**2/Jack/3: 2 lunges back, one jack, 3 lunges back. (Count 1) Right foot up (2) left up (3) right lunges back (4) right on top (5) left lunges back (6) left up (7-8) feet jack out and in on top of the step (9-14) lunge back right/left/right (15-16) right foot down, left foot down.

**Stomp: AKA chug, peg leg, rock step, flat tire, gutter walk, or curb step. Facing side, stomp one foot on the step, then step the other foot in place on the floor. Each one takes 2 counts.

**Rocking horse: one ham curl, one knee lift, one ham curl.

**Stomp and Pivot: one stomp on the step, one pivot on the floor, one stomp on the step. (Count 1) facing side, stomp right foot on step (2) step left foot in place on floor (3) step right foot on floor in front of left foot (4) turn 180 degrees so left foot is in front of right foot ("pivot") (5) step right foot on floor in front of left foot (6) turn 180 degrees so left foot is in front of right foot (7) stomp right foot on step (8) step left foot in place on floor.

Please feel free to email with questions, queries, comments, and criticisms. Thanks to everyone who takes the time to submit their wonderful choreography!

(Also, as usual, the title has nothing to do with the pattern... it's the name of the nail polish color I have on today! Good thing I'm not wearing the one I just bought called "Swedish Nude"!)



Added by Jennifer Padgett at 1:33 AM on Monday, March 12, 2001 EST. Add to favorites (view favorites)
(Email: ncs93um97@aol.com)
From: Washington, DC (USA)
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