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Count: 
32
Wall: 
2
Level: 
Beginner / Improver
Choreographer: 
Jon & Gail Levant, (June, 2013)
Music: 
Break My Stride by Matthew Wilder. Album: VH1 100 Greatest One Hit Wonders of the Eighties
Start after 32 counts and before vocals.

Section 1: Walk, Walk, Shuffle FWD, Rock, Recover, Coaster Step
1-2Walk FWD R foot, Walk FWD L foot
3&4Shuffle FWD R-L-R
5-6Rock FWD on L foot, Recover back onto R foot
7&8Step L foot back-Step R foot next to L foot-Step FWD on L foot

Section 2: Pivot ½, Pivot ¼, Cross Rock, Shuffle Right
1-2Step FWD on R foot, Pivot ½ turn left shifting weight to L foot (6:00)
3-4Step FWD on R foot, Pivot ¼ turn left shifting weight to L foot (3:00)
5-6Cross-Rock R foot over L foot, Recover onto L foot
7&8Shuffle to right side R-L-R (3:00)

Section 3: Weave Right with Point, Weave Left with Point
1-4Cross L foot over R foot, Step R foot to right side, Cross L foot behind L foot, Point R toes to right
5-8Cross R foot over L foot, Step L foot to left side, Cross R foot behind L foot, Point L toes to left

Section 4: Cross, Point, Back ¼, Kick, Shuffle Back, Rock Back, Recover
1-2Cross L foot over R foot, Point R toes to right
3-4Step R foot back ¼ turn right (6:00), Kick L foot FWD
5&6Shuffle back L-R-L
7-8Rock R foot back, Recover on L Foot (6:00)

Start over and have fun

Optional ending to end facing 12:00:
Music will be ending as you are finishing counts 3-4 of Section 4 facing 6:00.
After the kick on count 4 don’t do the shuffle back.
Instead step the L foot FWD and do a ½ turn pivot turn right onto the R foot now facing 12:00 while raising arms to the sides and smiling.

Contact: jonandgail@prodigy.net

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