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It's All About The 3 Steps

( 67 Votes)
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Count:
96
Wall:
2
Level:
Beginner
Choreo:
Choreographer:
José miguel Belloque Vane (nl), Roy Verdonk (nl) March 2019
Music:
3 Steps (Rap Radio Version) - Loni Gamble (Feat. Tyrielle and Broken English)
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Intro : 40 counts
Restart in wall 4 after 24 counts (facing 6.00)

S1 Walks Forward (R,L,R), Heel Touch Forward, Walks Backward (L,R, L), Touch R Next to L
1-2-3-4Rf walk forward, Lf walk forward, RF walk forward, Lf touch heel forward
5-6-7-8Lf walk back, Rf walk back, Lf walk back, Rf touch next to Lf

S2 Hip Sways With Hitch (2X)
1-2-3-4Rf step right swaying hips right, sway left, sway right, Lf hitch
5-6-7-8repeat starting with Lf

S3 Walks Forward (R,L,R), Heel Touch Forward, Walks Backward (L,R, L), Touch R Next to L
1-2-3-4Rf walk forward, Lf walk forward, RF walk forward, Lf touch heel forward
5-6-7-8Lf walk back, Rf walk back, Lf walk back, Rf touch next to Lf
(*restart dance here in wall 4 facing 6.00)

S4 Hip Sways With Hitch (2X)
1-2-3-4Rf step right swaying hips right, sway left, sway right, Lf hitch
5-6-7-8repeat starting with Lf

S5 Step, Touch, Full Turn L, Slide R
1-2-3-4Rf step, Lf touch together, make 1/4 turn left stepping Lf forward (9.00), make 1/2 turn left stepping RF back (3.00
5-6-7-8make 1/4 turn stepping Lf left (12.00), RF touch together, Rf slide right, Lf drag together

S6 Kick/ Ball/ Change, Rocking Chair, 1/2 Turn R
1&2Lf kick forward, Lf step together(&), Rf step in place
3-4Lf rock forward, recover onto R
5-6Lf rock back, recover onto RF
7-8Lf step forward, make 1/2 turn right stepping Rf forward (6.00)

S7 Walks Forward (L,R L) , Heel Touch Forward, Walks Backward (R,L,R), Touch L Next to R
1-2-3-4Lf walk forward, Rf walk forward, Lf walk forward, Rf touch heel forward
5-6-7-8Rf walk back, Lf walk back, Rf walk back, Lf touch next to Rf

S8 Step Touches In Diagonal (4×)
1-2Lf step diagonal forward left, Rf touch next to Lf
3-4RF step diagonal forward right, Lf touch next to Rf
5-6Lf step diagonal back left, RF touch next to Lf
7-8RF step diagonal back right, Lf touch next to Rf

S9 Vine L With 1/2 Turn L, Vine R With Touch
1-2-3-4Lf step left, RF cross behind Lf, make 1/4 turn left stepping Lf forward (3.00), make 1/4 turn left brushing RF next to Lf (12.00)
5-6-7-8RF step right, Lf cross behind RF, RF step right, Lf touch next to RF

S10 Vine L With 1/2 Turn L, Vine R With Touch
1-2-3-4Lf step left, RF cross behind Lf, make 1/4 turn left stepping Lf forward (9.00), make 1/4 turn left brushing RF next to Lf (6.00)
5-6-7-8RF step right, Lf cross behind RF, RF step right, Lf touch next to RF

S11 Monterey 1/4 Turn L (2X)
1-2-3-4Lf point toes left, make 1/4 turn left stepping Lf next to RF, RF point toes right, RF step together (3.00)
5-6-7-8Lf point toes left, make 1/4 turn left stepping Lf next to RF, RF point toes right, RF step together (12.00)

S12 Heel Touches Forward L/R, Step Forward L, 1/2 Turn R With Heel Bounces
1-2-3-4Lf touch heel forward, Lf step together , RF touch heel forward, Rf step together
5-6-7-8Lf step forward, Bf (both feet) bounce heels 3 times whilst making 1/2 turn right (6.00)

Last Update – 11 April 2019

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11 Comments

Pismo March 27, 2019
Directions in the last set need clarification. Heel, forward or heel, step together? Where's the turn? What's BF?

OLDSALTY April 1, 2019
No complaints here fellas Just grateful that you have the talent to pen quirky little fun dances like this..it gets a teach from me
a whacking five stars . Vicky Wales (UK)

Pony Chen April 5, 2019
https://youtu.be/BP9iod36Gxc

Metaltigger April 12, 2019
Far far too many steps for Beginner.

OLDSALTY April 13, 2019
Metaltigger normally I would agree with you but the first 32 counts are just the first two sections repeated . I took the rolling vine out of section five. Apart from the turning vines and the Monterey's which were steps I wanted to incorporate into our class time the rest was pretty darned easy and relevant to the track. So FAR FAR TOO MANY STEPS FOR BEGINNERS nope not in this case and it also has a healthy 40 votes which unlike the viewing numbers can't be rigged

Metaltigger April 13, 2019
OldSalty...
Doesnt matter about 'repeated' steps.Its the TOTAL steps the dancer has to remember.
You have to draw the line somewhere.And for all intents and purposes that line was put at 32-36 for Beginners in many of the (true-meat on the bone)level guidesout there - including the first.
Far too many Choreographers often forget when they were Beginners and the dances they learnt. They improve their skills over time - but Beginner are still Beginners.
And 40 Votes is NOT an indication they approve of the level.. but they approve of the dance.


Metaltigger April 13, 2019
... and I forgot to mention.. I quite like the dance.

Keep on Dancin April 15, 2019
I'm inclined to agree with OLDSALTY--considering the first 32 is so easy, the only issue for beginners is the kick-ball change, rocking chair and, possible the Monterey--but hey, I call a few of the steps until the dancers figure it out and wow--the smiles of accomplishment are priceless!! They can't believe that they have mastered a 96 count dance. It gets my 5* vote.

Pony Chen April 17, 2019
https://youtu.be/e0WUn_PQITA

Georgio July 8, 2019
It's not a rank beginner dance, but it's certainly doable by seasoned beginners. My group loved it, and it was easy to build up to it by doing dances beforehand that incorporated most of the steps. I usually call the dance, so there's not much memory involved. You can always make minor adjustments as needed. I'm happy that the choreographers tried this. It's a fun dance and everyone loved it. Bravo.

catman July 16, 2019
Did it, dropped it. My instructor taught this in our improver class, and while we enjoyed it well enough, it was too much for many of the dancers even at that level. Since we weren't willing to do it every week for two months in order to cement it, we moved on.

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