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Pop That Lock

Choreographed By
Karl-Harry Winson (UK). February 2016
Artist
Adam Lambert
Choreographed to
Level
Intermediate
Count
64
Walls
4





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Reviews of Pop That Lock.


Dawn Bush
15th Mar 2016
Just been to Benidorm to Julies brilliant weekend and Karl taught this one. One word...awesome! Loved the music, loved the dance, loved Karl (in his shorts lol) well it was spain and there was sunshine! Brilliant dance, thanks Karl for teaching it. Fab weekend as always with Julies events
Just been to Benidorm to Julies brilliant weekend and Karl taught this one. One word...awesome! Loved the music, loved the dance, loved Karl (in his shorts lol) well it was spain and there was sunshine! Brilliant dance, thanks Karl for teaching it. Fab weekend as always with Julies events
 

Jane Middleton
19th Feb 2016
Great fun with this dance! Class loved it! Knee pops, camel walks, all fits together with the music brilliant choreography by Karl HW. One restart and 1 tag, plenty of opportunity for styling and putting in some attitude.
Great fun with this dance! Class loved it! Knee pops, camel walks, all fits together with the music brilliant choreography by Karl HW. One restart and 1 tag, plenty of opportunity for styling and putting in some attitude.
 

Kath Butler
11th Feb 2016
Another cracker from Karl-Harry, with some novel step combinations that help identify the dance mentally as soon as you hear the title. For example, there are camel walks, a brush-lift sequence into a knee turn in/out and a double heel half turn pivot. A fair amount of the dance is done to the diagonals but is not confusing. Initially the track may not be to everyone's taste but it fits the dance so well you couldn't imagine anything more suited! Has gone done extremely well in this part of Merseyside.
Another cracker from Karl-Harry, with some novel step combinations that help identify the dance mentally as soon as you hear the title. For example, there are camel walks, a brush-lift sequence into a knee turn in/out and a double heel half turn pivot. A fair amount of the dance is done to the diagonals but is not confusing. Initially the track may not be to everyone's taste but it fits the dance so well you couldn't imagine anything more suited! Has gone done extremely well in this part of Merseyside.
 

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