Watch it ! The Pirates of The Caribbean landed in KK on 29 Aug 2012. See all the smiling faces? They have seen their target ! Captain Hook came with sword and HOOK. Where is Captain Jack Sparrow and Blackbeard, the most feared pirate of all?? Missing Pirates are Loi, Diana, Janet , Amanda, Jeanie and Margaret Sinsua, Fung

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Twist With The Fat Boys to be taught on 1 Dec 2010

10 of us will be attending a Party with Senipadu , organised by Antarabangsa on 3 Dec 2010. TWIST WITH THE FAT BOYS is in the Jamming List. We shall start the class with IT'S CHRISTMAS, followed by this dance and if we have time we shall Mambo together with HEY MAMBO, to to the evergreen Manbo Italiano song by Bette Midler (our recent performance)

Watch the complete music video & you can learn some new freestyle moves too.

Twist with the Fat Boys

Count:80 Wall: 4 Level: Phrased Intermediate
Roy Verdonk & Wil Bos
Music: Fat Boys & Chubby Checker - The Twist

Intro: 16 counts (start counting after the word “twist”)
Note: Sequence – ABB-ABB-ABB-AB-A-A-A till end

Part A
Pulp Vision With Heel Bounces, Sailor Step R, Sailor Step L
1-2-3-4Move right hand from left to right in front of eyes to right while you bounce your right heel
5&6Cross RF behind LF, Step LF to left side, Step RF to right side
7&8Cross LF behind RF, Step RF to right side, Step LF next to RF

Heel Toe Swivel ( x3), Clap, Toe Strut R, Toe Strut L
1-2-3-4Swivel heels left, Swivels toes left, Swivel heels left, Clap
5-6Step forward on right toes, Step down on right heel
7-8Step forward on left toes, Step down on left heel

Step Forward R, ½ Turn L, Step Forward R, ½ turn L, Stomp forward R, Swivel L Heel, Toe, Heel,
1-2Step RF forward, ½ Turn left
3-4Step RF forward, ½ Turn left
5-6-7-8Stomp RF forward, Swivel heel LF inwards RF, Swivel toes LF inwards RF, Swivel heel LF inwards RF

Out L, Out R With Clap, In R, In L with Clap, Stomp Forward R, Bounce L and R ¼ turn L with Chicken Head!
&1-2Jump out forward RF, Jump out forward LF Left ( feet shoulder width apart ), Clap hands
&3-4Jump in back RF, Jump in back LF (feet together), clap hands
5-6-7-8Stomp RF forward, Bounce on both heels ¼ turn left while nod head forward, back

Cross R, Point L, Cross L, Point R, Close, Stomp Forward L, Hold( for 3 counts)
1-2Cross RF over LF, Point toes LF to the left side
3-4Cross LF over RF, Point toes RF to the right side
&5Close RF next to LF, Stomp LF forward,
6-7-8Hold for 3 counts

Close L, Step R, ½ Turn Left in 7 counts and walk with wobbling knees!
&-1LF beside RF, Step RF forward,
2-8Walk in seven counts a ½ turn left, and push your knees in and out.(weight ends on LF)

Part B
Step R with Hip Bump R x2, Step L with Hip Bumb left x2, Hip Roll anti clockwise
1-2Step RF to the right side and Bump right hip to the right x 2
3-4Bump left hip to left side (x2)
5-6-7-8Roll your hips in a circle 2 times anti clockwise

Rolling Vine R, Clap, Rolling Vine L, Clap
1-2¼ turn right step RF forward, ½ right step LF back
3-4¼ turn right step RF to right side, Clap hands
5-6¼ turn left step LF forward, ½ turn left step back on RF
7-8¼ turn left step LF to left side, Clap hands

Slow Diagonal Right Shuffle Forward, Hold, Slow Diagonal Left Shuffle Forward, Hold
1-2-3-4Step RF forward to right diagonal, Close LF next to RF, Step RF forward to right diagonal, Hold
5-6-7-8Step LF forward to left diagonal, Close RF next to LF, Step LF forward to left diagonal, Hold
Hand movements; On count 1-3-5-7 when you step forward use your hands like pulling yourself forward

Jazz Box Cross ¼ Turn R, Diagonal Hand Push Forward with Hip Bumb Backwards(x2)
1-2Cross RF over LF, ¼ right step back on LF
3-4-&Step RF to right side, Cross LF over RF, Step RF to the right side.
5Push both hands left forward diagonal while you push your bum backwards right
(stretch knees R & L backwards)
6Recover RF & LF center
&-7take weight on left Push both hands right forward diagonal while your bum backwards left
(stretch knees R & L backwards)
8Recover RF & LF center

Start again smile and have fun

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