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Now gentleman, you are going to have it easy. You are again going to be doing cross body leave foot work from lesson number one. You are going to need to learn your arms.
Ladies, you are going to take a turn stepping on your left foot forward, you are going to take three steps and you are going to make a half turn in each one and this is going to be a traveling turn so stepping back on our right basic steps,
Back and close, left right left back and together.
So gentleman you going to lead this two basic and a close body leave.
What was going to happen is we are going to go very slow once we get there.
And start it again. But this time, keep the arm low and as she walks, give her a turn and basic.
And basic, you are going to bring her cross and turn her as she steps and basic.
You are going to bring your arm towards.
And you are going to circle her head like a haylo.
(Counting and Demo)
Now it is important things to remember gentleman, you still need to get all the way out of the way so step forward with the left,
And get to the side. You are going to leave your arms centered as you bring her cross. You are going to give her a head start. She steps on five on six, you going to make sure this turn happens.
Watch it one more time,
(Counting and Demo)
She walks five, she turns six. You bring the hand down on seven and catch her back during the basic steps. So, we never stop and we do not stop moving our feet because we have to think about where she is going.
You going to actually keep initiating the movement