Six chases to hell

This is a Hi/Lo pattern from www.turnstep.com. (pattern 11735)

Hello world ! :)

This is my first contribution, I hope you undertand all this mess :) It's only a 32 count HI-LO pattern, but it takes a lot of space because I included the progression I used as well. Typically it is more difficult to develop a smooth progression than creating a nice routine, so here it is. Please enjoy ! :)

--- Hi-Lo pattern ---

A) Basic Pattern 1 (16 counts)

Progression for basic pattern 1 :

B) Basic Pattern 2 (8 counts)

Progression for Basic Pattern 2 :

Now we will make it 16 counts long

We can now put the 32 counts together and make a final change:

And the final block (32 counts) :

Notes :

Every * holds 4 counts.

For an introductory level class remove all turns (A4, B6 and C2) and explain each move separately before including it.

I found it more fluid to do the final change (C1 and C2) to the first 16 count part once merged with the second part. If you did it straight before teaching the second part you would end with a chase left going backward and begin immediately after with a chase right going forward. Such abrupt transitions should be avoided if we want to keep articular stress to a minimum.

The best way to increase intensity is making people move. There are six chases in this pattern. They are not meant to be done staying still, people should cover at least one meter for every chase. Now your job is to ensure people move : yell, bark, push, bite and stomp on their feet, but don't let them hold their position. :)

Good luck and feel free to email me for any comment or question.



Added by Enrique Martin at 6:28 PM on Tuesday, June 11, 2002 EDT. Add to favorites (view favorites)
(Email: kermel@eresmas.com)
From: Zaragoza (Spain)
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