The Man will dance a Pressed Backward Walk, for example, with the RF in a Natural Top. It is also possible to react to the Lady's Pressed Forward Walk outside Partner.
|1||Commence with weight on LF as a side step or any other foot position with weight centred||4 1 &|
|2||Slightly settle L shoulder weight to allow hips and upper body to turn to R||a|
|3||Place RF back and across behind LF (Latin Cross) on ball of foot, with only minimal weight. R knee is placed against the back of the inside of the L knee, LF will remain in place on whole foot. There will be a turn out of 1/4 between the feet||2 &|
|4||Slightly settle R shoulder weight to allow hips and upper body to continue to turn to R||a|
|5||LF to side with split weight, lowering R heel to the floor as late as possible so the R heel does not carry weight||3|
|6||Continue to take full weight to LF||&|
Because of the strong rotation and action, there will be no (or minimal) hip rotation from the centre line of the body.