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HOLDIN' BACK THE WATER

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Count:
16
Wall:
2
Level:
beginner/intermediate
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Michael Barr (USA)
Music:
Rompin' Stompin' Blues - The Judds
 
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The count for each of the suggested pieces of music uses the slow tempo

WALK, WALK - FORWARD, ½ PIVOT, FORWARD
1-2Step right foot forward, step left foot forward
3Step ball of right foot forward
&Pivot ½ turn left, shifting weight forward to left foot
4Step right foot forward

WALK, WALK - ROCK FORWARD, RETURN, ½ TURN
1-2Step left foot forward, step right foot forward
3Step ball left foot forward
&Return weight to right foot in place
4Turn ½ left, stepping left foot forward
Styling: allow your right leg/foot to swing around low after count 4 (like a sweep), preparing for the next step

SYNCOPATED 3 STEP JAZZ BOX - CROSS, SIDE, BEHIND
1&2Step right foot across in front of left, step left foot back, step right foot to right side and slightly back (body is now facing the right diagonal)
3&4Step left foot in front of right, step right foot to right side, step left foot behind right and slightly back
When you step behind on count 4 allow your body to face the left diagonal

RIGHT SCISSORS - ½ TURN WALK (LEFT, RIGHT, LEFT,)
1Step onto ball of right foot side right and slightly back (think "lift")
&Step onto ball of left next to right (think "lift")
2Step right in front of left (think "lower")
You have stayed facing the left diagonal during these last 2 counts
3Begin a smooth rounded (½ turn by count 4) to the left starting with a step on the left foot
&Continue your turn with another step heading around to your left on the right foot
4Finish your ½ turn to face the back wall stepping forward on the left foot
Counts 3 & 4 are meant to be a rounded turn, making an arch in 3 walking steps

REPEAT

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