Brycie's Advanced Step #1

This is a Step pattern from www.turnstep.com. (pattern 13322)

Thank you for all of the combos and great ideas! I thought I would finally give back. I hope you enjoy this routine. Each combination is 32 count perfect, each block is 64 counts, starting with the right lead, and is self-reversing. Enjoy!!

Combo #1

Repeat left

Overturn: it is also called a "revolving door". It is like an over-the-top, except you step up left, up right, turning to face the opposite direction when you step down left and right. There is no tap. You are now ready to execute it again with the left lead, bringing you to the back of your bench again.

For beginners, or base moves to build from:

Repeat left

Combo #2

Repeat left

For beginners, or base moves to build from:

Combo #3

Repeat left

Mambo-triple: step into a mambo, left lead, facing the back wall, and a cha cha cha (or triple step) brings you back to face your bench, changing your lead leg

For beginners, or base moves to build from:

Repeat left

Combo #4

Fancy shuffle-turnstep: shuffle right lead X 1 on the bench (1,2), walk left and right around the left end (3,4), shuffle left lead on the floor in front of your bench (5,6), walk right and left with a turn around the right end of your bench, starting with your back to the bench on 7, ending facing your bench on 8 (7,8)

** I don't attempt this the first time you do the shuffle-turnstep, as you are facing the back wall. It would be confusing, as they could not see you. It might take them a while to get it but it is fun!

For beginners, or base moves to build from:

Combo #5

Repeat left

Combo #6

Repeat left

V-hop-knee: V-step (1,2), hop to center of bench with feet together (3), pop your right knee up (4), step down off your bench (5,6) and back on top (7,8)

For beginners or base moves to build from:

That's it!! I really hope you have fun with this one. I always love to teach it, as I can keep it more basic, or I can build it for a more advanced routine. This routine can be used in your classes that have beginners and advanced participants, as you can start with the base moves and let the beginners stay with them. Then you can show the variations for the advanced participants. This way, everyone has fun!

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to email me. Please put something in the subject box regarding Brycie's Advanced Step #1, or I may think it is just spam and delete it. Thanks and let's keep step alive!!



Added by Brycie Arruda at 10:01 PM on Saturday, June 28, 2003 EDT. Add to favorites (view favorites)
(Email: brycie@peoplepc.com)
From: Peachtree City, Georgia (USA)
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