A single time step consists of shuffle hop step flap step. If it were a buck time step, the shuffle at the beginning, would be a stomp. Breaks are introduced to interrupt a continuous rhythm. Do the single time step twice, then add the break, which is described here.
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Things you need
- Tap shoes
Shuffle the right foot and hop in place on your left.
Step down on your right and flap (brush step) to the front on your left.
Step on your right.
Shuffle left and hop in place on your right.
Flap to the front on your left and ball change (right left). The ball change is simply a step.
Memorise the pattern. The single time step break consists of: Shuffle hop step flap step, shuffle hop flap ball change. The count is 8 and 1 2 and 3 and 4 and 5 and 6 and 7.
Tips and warnings
- In the video demonstration found in the Resource section, the dance instructor does a buck version of the single time step, meaning she starts with a stomp rather than a shuffle. When you do a shuffle to begin the single time step (as indicated in the step described above), it's considered a standard.
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