EnergyExpress

This is a Hi/Lo pattern from www.turnstep.com. (pattern 13721)

NSEW walk - basically walk forward 4 counts and back 4 counts then turn 90 degrees and repeat, so you have walked North, South east and west (although not in that order! lol)

2 Box steps to front of room, turn and do 2 again to side of room, repeat till completed to all four walls. I call this round the world.

**Dancing Horse 4 times

Walk forward 4 2 jacks (turn right 90 degrees) and repeat till you have completed this in a box format. I call this jack in the box. And cue it walk for 4 jack, jack 'n' turn.

Repeat jack in box but turn left instead of right

*** Scoop 'n' twist (once right and once to the left)

Get Funky 4 times forward 8 side lunges, get funky travel back then 8 back lunges. This get funky move is basically two toe taps to right then 2 toe taps to left but you travel them forward. I cue this as out, in out and cross. Doing this four times forward is a 16 count move this is why I add on side lunges to make it 32 than travel it backwards and back lunges.

Turn corner - this is a grapevine right then a 90 degree turn and one grapevine left, then travel step touch backwards for 4 (8 count) 4 hamstring curls and 4 knee lifts. Then start turn corner again from that position grapvine right, turn grapevine left travel backwards 4 hams and 4 knees. Repeat till facing front again.

I hope you managed to understand this ok;)

*Figure 8 - is basically 4 grapvines put together to form a figure 8. One straight right, one diagonal left forward, one straight right and one diagonal back.

** Step right, place left foot behind, lift right knee, then ham curl left leg, then lift right knee again. Repeat three times. Cue as step, behind, lift, curl, lift.

*** Scoop up for 4 twist a double grapevine (single grapevine turn to face back and grapevine again), scoop up for 4 twist double grapevine.

I know it's a bit long but I hope you can understand, I have used these moves on a number of occasions and initially they may find it confusing but they manage to pick it up. Thanks to you all for all choreography ideas submitted. Keep smiling



Added by Wendy at 10:20 AM on Tuesday, October 21, 2003 EDT. Add to favorites (view favorites)
From: Cleveland, England (United Kingdom)
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