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Figure: Outside Change LRL (FP-LFbwd-14-2/8L)

LEADER
StepStepSequential number of the step or action.



TimingTimingThe amount of time given to each step or action in relation to the music.



Beat ValueBeat ValueThe amount of time given to each step or action in relation to the beat.



Feet PositionsFeet PositionsThis refers to the position of one foot in relation to the other foot at the end of a step. CBMP (Contrary Body Movement Position) the placing of the stepping foot, forward or back onto the line of the other foot.



Body PositionsBody PositionsThe body position of the leading partner in relation to the following partner.
FP = Facing Position
OP = Outside Partner
OPL = Outside Partner on left side
PP = Promenade Position / Fallaway Position
CPP = Counter PP / Counter Fallaway Position



FootworkFootworkThe part or parts of the foot or feet in contact with the floor during a step.
A step forward with rise or turn is given as HT.
A step forward without rise or turn is given as H, although the T will lower at the end of the step.



Feet TurnFeet TurnThe amount of turn made with the feet between each step.



Body TurnBody TurnBody movement to initiate turns or to change body positions or both.
CBM (Contrary Body Movement) is the moving of the opposite side of the body towards the stepping foot, forward or backward.
Side leading is when the same side of the body moves with the stepping foot, forward or backward.



Rise and FallRise and FallHeight change by stretching and bending the foot and knee joints.
NFR (No Foot Rise) is when the rise is felt through the legs and body but when stepping back no rise occurs the supporting foot.



SwaySwayThis is the natural inclination of the body to the left or right from the ankles upwards.
A body tilt only above the waist is called a Broken Sway.



1 1 1 LF back FP TH No turn Start to rise e/o 1 NFR St
2 2 1 RF back FP T Start to turn L between 1 aund 2 CBM Continue to rise on 2 St
3 3 1 LF to side and slightly fwd FP>OP TH 2/8L between 2 and 3 Body turns less Up on 3 Lower e/o 3 St
 
FOLLOWER
StepStepSequential number of the step or action.



TimingTimingThe amount of time given to each step or action in relation to the music.



Beat ValueBeat ValueThe amount of time given to each step or action in relation to the beat.



Feet PositionsFeet PositionsThis refers to the position of one foot in relation to the other foot at the end of a step. CBMP (Contrary Body Movement Position) the placing of the stepping foot, forward or back onto the line of the other foot.



Body PositionsBody PositionsThe body position of the leading partner in relation to the following partner.
FP = Facing Position
OP = Outside Partner
OPL = Outside Partner on left side
PP = Promenade Position / Fallaway Position
CPP = Counter PP / Counter Fallaway Position



FootworkFootworkThe part or parts of the foot or feet in contact with the floor during a step.
A step forward with rise or turn is given as HT.
A step forward without rise or turn is given as H, although the T will lower at the end of the step.



Feet TurnFeet TurnThe amount of turn made with the feet between each step.



Body TurnBody TurnBody movement to initiate turns or to change body positions or both.
CBM (Contrary Body Movement) is the moving of the opposite side of the body towards the stepping foot, forward or backward.
Side leading is when the same side of the body moves with the stepping foot, forward or backward.



Rise and FallRise and FallHeight change by stretching and bending the foot and knee joints.
NFR (No Foot Rise) is when the rise is felt through the legs and body but when stepping back no rise occurs the supporting foot.



SwaySwayThis is the natural inclination of the body to the left or right from the ankles upwards.
A body tilt only above the waist is called a Broken Sway.



1 1 1 RF fwd FP HT No turn Start to rise e/o 1 St
2 2 1 LF fwd FP T Start to turn L between 1 aund 2 CBM Continue to rise on 2 St
3 3 1 RF to side and slightly back FP>OP TH 2/8L between 2 and 3 Body turns less Up on 3 Lower e/o 3 St


Note:

Preceding Figures Following Figures
Outside Right Turn RF fwd(OP-RFfwd-02-1/4R)
Right Turn RF fwd (FP-RFfwd-02-1/4R)
Hover Fwd RLR (OP-RFfwd-02-0)
Outside Right Turn Rf fwd (OP-RFfwd-02-3/8R)
Outside Right Turn RF fwd(OP-RFfwd-02-1/4R)
Preceding Figures at Corner Following Figures at Corner