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How do you do a two step?

  How do you do a double or a four step?  You have a two Step (in your ear) and a 4 Step in your mind.  (It’s a little different for each person depending on the type of instrument you use.  It is very easy to be able to see all the steps or any steps you are supposed to be taking or taking right now)
Let me explain what I mean by a two step and a four step.

The person using a double step has already noticed what is going on.  He or she can sense/feel/feel what he or she is doing, and he or she already knows what will happen next, regardless of how it has happened.  If he or she is double jumping, we are talking about moving back and forth from the other side of the body.  Here is an example of a person double jumping.
Example #1 – The person is doing the “stomping” on the dance floor, making his or her body move forward and backward with the beat.  He or she feels each step the first.  Then he or she stops and does the “stomping” again on the dancefloor.  We are still using the idea of time, but the person does the same thing as the first time.  Next, the person begins to see the other person’s steps, but it is no longer the first time they move on the dancefloor.
Example #2 – The person is doing the “stomping” on the dancefloor, and is aware of what the other person is doing.  He or she is aware that the second time he or she does their step, he or she will move into the air.  And the person does the “stomping” on the dancefloor, but this time, the person is aware that the second time he or she goes into the air, he or she will fall and hurt themselves.
A person using a double or quadruple step is aware of all the steps he or she is supposed to be taking or taking right now.  He or she can sense/feel/hearing all the steps the other person is doing in his or her mind.  The person is aware of one step at a time.  He or she notices the other person is doing what he or she is doing, but the person is not aware that the second step was just as long as the first.
The person who is using four step (a.ka. “fourth step