Jitterbug Stroll full routine

Mandi Gould shows the full Jitterbug Stroll routine as choreographed by Ryan Francois.

The steps in the Jitterbug Stroll routine are:

* ———– first section —————
* Hustle forward (also called the pada pada) [2 beats]
* Skip back (also called the boogie back) [2 beats]
* Boogie Forward twice [4 beats]
* Hustle forward [2 beats]
* Skip back [2 beats]
* Boogie Forward twice [4 beats]
* Hustle forward (also called the pada pada) [2 beats]
* Skip back (also called the boogie back) [2 beats]
* Boogie Forward twice [4 beats]
* Stroll Around (also called jazz pivot turn) [8 beats]
* Hustle forward (also called the pada pada) [2 beats]
* Skip back (also called the boogie back) [2 beats]
* Boogie Forward twice [4 beats]
* Break step (also called the full break) [4 beats]
* ———– second section —————
* Knee slap right [2 beats]
* Knee slap left [2 beats]
* Shorty george 3 times [4 beats]
* Knee slap right [2 beats]
* Knee slap left [2 beats]
* Shorty george 3 times [4 beats]
* Knee slap right [2 beats]
* Knee slap left [2 beats]
* Shorty george 3 times (to the left) [4 beats]
* Stroll Around [8 beats]
* Knee slap right [2 beats]
* Knee slap left [2 beats]
* Shorty george 3 times [4 beats]
* Break Step (also called full break) and Turn around [8 beats]
* ———– third section —————
* Suzie Q left [8 beats]
* Suzie Q right [8 beats]
* Suzie Q left [8 beats]
* Stroll Around (also called the pivot step) [8 beats]
* Suzie Q left [8 beats]
* Break Step (also called the full break) and Turn around [8 beats]
* ———– fourth section —————
* Boogie back (also called kick ball change) [4 beats]
* Tick Tock [4 beats]
* Boogie back (also called kick ball change) [4 beats]
* Tick Tock [4 beats]
* Boogie back (also called kick ball change) [4 beats]
* Tick Tock [4 beats]
* Stroll Around (also called the pivot step) [8 beats]
* Boogie back (also called kick ball change) [4 beats]
* Tick Tock [4 beats]
* Break Step (also called the full break) and Turn around [8 beats]

Teacher: Mandi Gould
http://www.beeskneesdance.com/

The songs this routine is useually danced to is “The Jitterbug Stroll” by Steven Mitchell or “Woodchopper’s Ball” by Woody Herman.

The Jitterbug Stroll was choreographed by Ryan Francois.

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Jitterbug Stroll fourth group

Mike & Tina show the Jitterbug Stroll part 4.

In this last video of the Jitterbug stroll the steps are:

* Boogie back (also called kick ball change) [4 beats]
* Tick Tock [4 beats]
* Boogie back (also called kick ball change) [4 beats]
* Tick Tock [4 beats]
* Boogie back (also called kick ball change) [4 beats]
* Tick Tock [4 beats]
* Stroll Around (also called the pivot step) [8 beats]
* Boogie back (also called kick ball change) [4 beats]
* Tick Tock [4 beats]
* Break Step (also called the full break) and Turn around [8 beats]

Teachers: Mike & Tina
http://www.headoverheelsdance.com/

The songs this routine is useually danced to is “The Jitterbug Stroll” by Steven Mitchell or “Woodchopper’s Ball” by Woody Herman.

The Jitterbug Stroll was choreographed by Ryan Francois.

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Jitterbug Stroll third group

Mike & Tina show the Jitterbug Stroll part 3.

The steps in this video are:

* Suzie Q left [8 beats]
* Suzie Q right [8 beats]
* Suzie Q left [8 beats]
* Stroll Around (also called the pivot step) [8 beats]
* Suzie Q left [8 beats]
* Break Step (also called the full break) and Turn around [8 beats]

Teachers: Mike & Tina
http://www.headoverheelsdance.com/

The songs this routine is useually danced to is “The Jitterbug Stroll” by Steven Mitchell or “Woodchopper’s Ball” by Woody Herman.

The Jitterbug Stroll was choreographed by Ryan Francois.

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Jitterbug Stroll second group

Mike & Tina show the Jitterbug Stroll part 2.

The steps in this video are:

* Knee slap right [2 beats]
* Knee slap left [2 beats]
* Shorty george 3 times [4 beats]
* Knee slap right [2 beats]
* Knee slap left [2 beats]
* Shorty george 3 times [4 beats]
* Knee slap right [2 beats]
* Knee slap left [2 beats]
* Shorty george 3 times (to the left) [4 beats]
* Stroll Around [8 beats]
* Knee slap right [2 beats]
* Knee slap left [2 beats]
* Shorty george 3 times [4 beats]
* Break Step (also called full break) and Turn around [8 beats]

Teachers: Mike & Tina
http://www.headoverheelsdance.com/

The songs this routine is useually danced to is “The Jitterbug Stroll” by Steven Mitchell or “Woodchopper’s Ball” by Woody Herman.

The Jitterbug Stroll was choreographed by Ryan Francois.

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Jitterbug Stroll first group

Mike & Tina show the Jitterbug Stroll part 1.

The steps in this video are:

* Hustle forward (also called the pada pada) [2 beats]
* Skip back (also called the boogie back) [2 beats]
* Boogie Forward twice [4 beats]
* Hustle forward [2 beats]
* Skip back [2 beats]
* Boogie Forward twice [4 beats]
* Hustle forward (also called the pada pada) [2 beats]
* Skip back (also called the boogie back) [2 beats]
* Boogie Forward twice [4 beats]
* Stroll Around (also called jazz pivot turn) [8 beats]
* Hustle forward (also called the pada pada) [2 beats]
* Skip back (also called the boogie back) [2 beats]
* Boogie Forward twice [4 beats]
* Break step (also called the full break) [4 beats]

Teachers: Mike & Tina
http://www.headoverheelsdance.com/

The songs this routine is useually danced to is “The Jitterbug Stroll” by Steven Mitchell or “Woodchopper’s Ball” by Woody Herman.

The Jitterbug Stroll was choreographed by Ryan Francois.

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California routine part 10

Patrick & Natasha show the final part of the California routine with the pancake air step.

ATTENTION: This is the Pancake air step (aerial) in the California Routine. Aerials are dangerous and can result in serious injuries. If you do not have experience with air steps you can replace it with another move.

This is the pancake aerial section of the California routine. This aerial completes the routine. You can skip the pancake aerial completely or put another 8 count move instead for example a swing out.

Teachers: Patrick Szmidt & Natasha Ouimet

Youtube Channel:

http://www.youtube.com/user/PatrickAndNatasha

The song this routine is often danced to is “Jumpin’ at the Woodside” by Count Basie.

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California routine part 9

Patrick & Natasha show the California routine part 9.

This is the ninth part of the California routine. You are almost done with it ;)

  • basic Tandem
  • A-frame jump (also called the jump for joy)
  • around the world charleston
  • a basic tandem
  • a push out outro from Tandem.

Teachers: Patrick Szmidt & Natasha Ouimet

Youtube Channel:
http://www.youtube.com/user/PatrickAndNatasha

The song this routine is often danced to is “Jumpin’ at the Woodside” by Count Basie.

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California routine part 8

Patrick & Natasha show the California routine part 8.

This is the eight section of the California routine.

  • stomp off
  • intro to the Tandem charleston

Teachers: Patrick Szmidt & Natasha Ouimet

Youtube Channel:
http://www.youtube.com/user/PatrickAndNatasha

The song this routine is often danced to is “Jumpin’ at the Woodside” by Count Basie.

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California routine part 7

Patrick & Natasha show the California routine part 7.

This is the seventh sequence of the California routine following the around the back:

  • slip slops
  • stomp off on count 6 where the leader switches hand hold from left hand to right hand to right to right hand.

Teachers: Patrick Szmidt & Natasha Ouimet

Youtube Channel:
http://www.youtube.com/user/PatrickAndNatasha

The song this routine is often danced to is “Jumpin’ at the Woodside” by Count Basie.

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California routine part 6 – Around the Back

Patrick & Natasha show the California routine part 6.

ATTENTION: This is the Around the Back air step(aerial) in the California Routine. Aerial are dangerous and can result in serious injury. If you do not have experiance with air steps you can replace it with a Swing Out instead with a jump break on the 7-8.

This is the part of the California rutine with the around the back aerial. We recommend you put another 8 count move there if you do not know the around the back.

Teachers: Patrick Szmidt & Natasha Ouimet

Youtube Channel:
http://www.youtube.com/user/PatrickAndNatasha

The song this routine is often danced to is “Jumpin’ at the Woodside” by Count Basie.

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