Jacks, old, but niew

This is an Aquatic pattern from www.turnstep.com. (pattern 14414)

When ever I need new ideas, I come here. Thanks to all who contribute! I got tired of doing just the same old jumping jacks, so I do these:

"Sticky Jack" It is performed like a regular jack, except, the feet slide out and in (as if they are stuck to the floor) new leaving the bottom.

"Crossing Jack" The feet are crossed when they come together. The arms alternating from crossing in front of the body, to the back.

"Jazzy Jack" The feet move as in a regular jack. When the feet go apart, one arms is in front of the body, and the other arm is out the the side. You kind of face the right--left arm in front, right arm out to the side) each time you do one.

"Double Jack" The feet go out out in, or apart (a little) apart (farther) then come together.

Some times I have the class move while doing jacks. When moving sideways, make sure that both feet land at the same time (so they are not doing a side step).



Added by Lynda at 8:09 AM on Thursday, June 24, 2004 EDT. Add to favorites (view favorites)
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