Hi, my name is Robert Royston. I'm a five time world champion of country dance, working with artists like Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, and Brad Paisley. I really hope that you learn how to line dance and experience what it's like to move to America's music, and that's country music. So solid steps, camel walks, and slides, three other terms you're gonna come across in line dancing. A solid walk really just means a hard hitting that doesn't have much movement afterwards. You can land it bent leg, boom, boom, that'd be like a solid walk. Or you could land it straight leg, boom, boom, that'd be a solid walk, right? So it's just kind of a hit, hit, hit alright. If you take a solid walk and as you land that straight leg, boom, you took that solid walk and you really over exaggerated the break of the knee as maybe you lock stepped, bam. You get what's called the camel walk. Big exaggerated step, break at the knee, yea, same thing. Big solid walk, really exaggerate the break. Big solid walk, exaggerate at the break. You don't always have to lock step though, you could go boom, bah, boom, bah, that's a camel walk. You could go boom, bah, boom, step, step, break, step, step, break. As soon as we break a solid step with a kind of hard collapse of the knee, it becomes a camel walk, and we can camel walk sideways too. Boom, bah, boom. I can take my grape vine, right, and camel walk them to add a little style to it. So style walks, camel walks, now we have slides, just what it implies. Slide, slide, forward and back, slide, slide, forty-five degree angles,slide, slide, just sliding the step. So we can take solid walks, boom, boom, straight leg, boom, bent leg, boom, boom, boom, camel walks, boom, bah, boom, bah, and slides, slides, slides.