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Lose It

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Count:
32
Wall:
4
Level:
Intermediate
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Lisa Bodnar - October 2018
Music:
Lose It - Kane Brown
 
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[1-8]: STEP OUTS, HIP CIRCLES, SHUFFLE FORWARD
1-2Step L foot out to L, Step R foot out to R (will now be shoulder width apart)
3&4Circle hips counter-clock wise by moving from right to left direction and making a full circle – at you circle back to the front, lift left leg to a small hitch on (4)
5&6Step L down and let hips move from right/front to start in a clockwise position, around to left while you lift the right left to a small hitch on (5)
7&8Make a ¼ R and shuffle forward R-L-R

[9-16]: STEP, ½ TURN SIT/POP TO STAND KICK, POP OUT, PIGEON TOES IN, R HEEL TURNS OUT, L HEEL TURNS OUT
9Stepping forward onto your L foot as you make a ½ turn over R shoulder with weight on the L foot.
10&11Bring R back together with L as you “drop/sit” (10), pop up to stand on (&) while making a small forward kick with your L foot(11) (*weight will be on the R leg, which will be back slightly).
&12Step L at home (&) putting weight onto L. Step R to square up with L – will end on a shoulder-width stance on (12).
13&14Turn both toes in toward center on (13), turn heels in on (&), turn toes in on (14) to square up in home position.
15&Pin the ball of your R foot and swivel your R heel out to the R on (15) and back to home on (&) while you transfer the weight over to your R foot.
16&Pin the ball of your L foot and swivel your L heel out to the L side on (16) and back to home on (&). (Weight will stay on R)

[17-24]: L HEEL OUT/LEAN BACK, STEP ¼ CROSS, STEP L, R TOUCH TOGETHER, SCUFF THROUGH, HEEL/HITCH SLIDE, STEP R BACK, ½ TURN
17Touch L heel forward (weight is on R)
&18Bring L foot in (&) as you make ¼ turn to R and cross R foot over L, bringing weight onto that crossed R foot (18)
19-20&Step L foot out to L side (19) and start to bring R foot in to scuff the R foot through on (20) from back to front (keep weight on L) on bring R leg up to a side hitch on (&) as you finish the scuff, turning the ankle inward and the knee outward to the toe of the R foot points to the R.
21-22 On the follow through, make a big slide to the R with the R hitched leg (21), bring L foot next to R taking the weight onto it (22)
23Point R toe back - it should be touching on the floor, weight in on the front, L leg
24Make a ½ over your right shoulder using the toe to balance while pivoting/turning, keeping the weight on the L foot, which you will be doing the pivoting on. *For styling you can give a little booty pop back using your left hip.

[25-32]: SHUFFLE FORWARD, STEP ½ TURN PIVOT DIP WITH HITCH, CROSS R BEHIND L, CROSS L BEHIND R, CROSS R BEHIND L AND ¾ UNWIND.
25&26Shuffle forward R-L-R
27-28Step L forward and ½ turn over your R shoulder while setting weight back onto your L leg
29Cross R foot behind L (keep this tight) – after you cross, step weight onto R leg
30Cross L foot behind R (using same format as above)
31-32Cross R foot behind L (31), Unwind for a ¾ turn over R shoulder (32) *weight should end on the right!

TAG: **You will do the first 32 counts of the dance, add an 8 count tag on this pre-chorus only and proceed into the second 32 counts...
1&2 Scuff L foot through and step down on the left and quickly touch the R toe out to the R side. (*Styling tip: as you scuff through add a hop before touching out to the side!)
3&4 Scuff R foot through and step down on the right foot and quickly touch the L toe out to the L side.
5-6 Walk L, Walk R (Styling – add some attitude!)
7Step back on left
&8Hop up on R on (&) and snap kick L leg on (8). (This is originally choreographed with a L front, snap kick. If you are not comfortable with this you can stomp your L foot on (7) and just kick your L foot forward on (8).

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