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How to Do the Egyptian Twist with Step Out

Learn guitar chords for FREE through our new game Chord Master: http://bit.ly/ChordMasterYT Instructions 1. Starting with your feet together, do an?Egyptian twist?(or Egyptian turn) to the right.?This means you'll be turning left, leaving you facing to the right. 2.?Step forward with your left foot, putting it in front of your right foot. Bring your foot back in, putting your feet together again. 3. Bring yourself back to a starting position by rising back up on the balls of your feet and doing less than a quarter turn right. As soon as you've completed the turn, press your heels down to stop your turning motion. Now, try it to the left: 1. Do an Egyptian twist to the left. 2. Step forward with your right foot, putting it in front of your left foot. Bring your foot back in, putting your feet together again. 3.?Bring yourself back to a starting position by rising back up on the balls of your feet and doing less than a quarter turn left. As soon as you've completed the turn, press your heels down to stop your turning motion. Arms Since there are no set arm movements in this move, try incorporating ones you learned in the previous lessons in this course. The more creative you get with it, the more of your own flavor comes through. Combination After practicing the Egyptian twist with a step out, try doing this combination: Egyptian twist right, step out, reset, Egyptian twist left, step out, reset. Look at that first reset as your training wheels. After practicing the combination, try it without the first reset for a smoother-looking dance. Make sure to do this carefully, as it's easier to lose balance when doing a longer turn. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/courses/master-hip-hop-moves/twist-flex-repeat/egyptian-twist-with-step-out/
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