Sonia's Five Counts Over Routine

This is a Step pattern from www.turnstep.com. (pattern 15563)

Intermediate/advanced level depending on your class, 32 count, self-reversing, tapless combos for the horizontal step. Begin with a side approach.

Combo 1

Repeat left

Combo 2

Repeat left

Combo 3

Repeat left

Combo 4

Repeat left

Combo 5

Repeat left

Footwork:

*1: 5 Count Over:
1,2) step up right and left,
3) step down right,
4,5) rock back left and forward right on the floor.
As you get into this really add some propulsion over the step.

*2: Walking Stomps:
I think some people call this a curb walk or walk the plank too.
1,2) stomp the step right moving forward on the step a little,
3,4) stomp forward on the floor still using big movements,
5,6) stomp the step right moving back a little,
7,8) rock back right and rock onto left foot.

*3: Swinging L-step:
1,2) step up right at the left end and swing the left leg forward from the hip
3,4,5) as you swing the left leg back tap the toes on the floor, then tap forward, then tap back. Make the taps big and vigorous pumping the arms.
6) swing the left leg forward,
7,8) exit home left and right.
NOTE: swing is to kick loosely from the hip. You may want to do this more across the corner of the step that directly facing front as for a traditional L-step (Swing Repeater).

*4: Corkscrew:
1-4) hopturn straddle down,
5-8) hopturn straddle down.

*5: Split Repeater:
1,2) step up right and knee lift left,
3,4) left steps to floor, left lunges over the step to touch the floor on the front,
5,6) step up right and side kick left,
7,8) step down on home side left and right.

*6: Turning Skate:
This is a variation on 3 alternate hamcurls on top.
1,2) step up right and hamcurl left beginning to turn to the left on top of the step,
3,4) step on top left facing the back and hamcurl right,
5,6) step off the end of the step right still facing the back and hamcurl left,
7,8) walk to home position left and right.

Please email any questions or comments. Let me know what works for you and what doesn't. There is also a more basic variation on this routine if you need/want them.

Sonia



Added by Sonia Lee at 7:03 PM on Wednesday, December 28, 2005 EST. Add to favorites (view favorites)
(Email: sonia726@wildblue.net)
From: Texas (USA)
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