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How to Do a Treble Step Combination in Tap Dance

Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: http://bit.ly/MMASurgeEp1 A?Treble Step?is another name describing multiple? hop shuffles?performed back to back in a series. The Treble Step combination is simply a bunch of hop shuffles in a row.1. Start with your hands on your hips and lift your right leg in the air. Hop once on your left foot. 2. Do a quick? shuffle?with your right foot. This involves a brush forward with your right toe followed by a spank backward with your right toe. Repeat this hop shuffle until you've performed eight of them in a row. 3. Next, jump from your left leg to your right and begin hopping on your right leg, doing shuffles with your left foot. Repeat this hop shuffle until you've performed eight of them in a row. 4. Keep alternating the foot your hop on and the foot you shuffle with. Do four shuffles with your right foot followed by another four with your left. Then, do two shuffles with your right followed by just two with your left. 5. After the two sets of two shuffles, do three single shuffles, starting with your right foot. So, you'll shuffle with your right, shuffle with your left and then shuffle again with your right. 6. Finally, end with a? stamp?down on the floor with your right foot. This ends the combination.So, the entire sequence is made up of?eight?shuffles with your?right,?eight?shuffles with your?left,?four?shuffles with your?right,?four?shuffles with yourleft,?two?shuffles with your?right,?two?shuffles with your?left,?one?shuffle with your?right,?one?shuffle with your?left,?one?shuffle with your?right?and a?stamp?with your?right. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/courses/learn-to-tap-dance/advanced-combinations/treble-step-combination/
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