Wonder Train

Choreographed By
Ria Vos (Netherlands). September 2014
Artist
Train
Choreographed to
Wonder What You're Doing For The Rest Of Your Life (view all dances to this track)
Level
Improver
Count
64
Walls
2





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Reviews of Wonder Train.


Pauline Lillystone
26th May 2015
Our teacher recapped this dance today! Somehow it slipped me by first time around! Love the music! Love the bridges that fit so well. Another Ria Vos cracker!
Our teacher recapped this dance today! Somehow it slipped me by first time around! Love the music! Love the bridges that fit so well. Another Ria Vos cracker!
 

Sandra Rose
West Midlands
7th Nov 2014
Love this dance it fits the music very well
Love this dance it fits the music very well
 

Paul Worthington
30th Oct 2014
Another good dance, to a really catchy music track. Not too difficult, although maybe just a little quick when first danced. This will be a popular dance for sure.
Another good dance, to a really catchy music track. Not too difficult, although maybe just a little quick when first danced. This will be a popular dance for sure.
 

Jane Middleton
22nd Oct 2014
Class general enjoyed this dance although I felt the level should be easy intermediate rather than improver, mainly due to the speed of the music. I had to slow it down for a couple of walls, particularly until they got the hang of the first 2 sections of 8. After this was mastered no problem with the bridge always facing 9.00. Really good upbeat, happy music too. Should be a popular dance for mainstream dancers.
Class general enjoyed this dance although I felt the level should be easy intermediate rather than improver, mainly due to the speed of the music. I had to slow it down for a couple of walls, particularly until they got the hang of the first 2 sections of 8. After this was mastered no problem with the bridge always facing 9.00. Really good upbeat, happy music too. Should be a popular dance for mainstream dancers.
 

David Spencer
22nd Oct 2014
Nothing too hard in this so only needed a quick teach and its easy to remember the bridge half way through the dance. I do like the toe-strut hinge turn section but I'm not so keen on the step lock, lock step parts. It got a thumbs up from the class.
Nothing too hard in this so only needed a quick teach and its easy to remember the bridge half way through the dance. I do like the toe-strut hinge turn section but I'm not so keen on the step lock, lock step parts. It got a thumbs up from the class.
 

WENDY2BOOTS
5th Oct 2014
Rias on a roll at the moment, fab improver dance that keeps int's happy too. Everybody remembered double samba section every time you face 9.00 I'm sure this is going to be very popular.
Rias on a roll at the moment, fab improver dance that keeps int's happy too. Everybody remembered double samba section every time you face 9.00 I'm sure this is going to be very popular.
 

Christina Capel
25th Sep 2014
Taught this lovely improver tonight, music was catchy, it was an instant hit, even the bridge was obvious. Hope this is another big hit for Ria
Taught this lovely improver tonight, music was catchy, it was an instant hit, even the bridge was obvious. Hope this is another big hit for Ria
 

Stuart Gordon
16th Jan 2015
Fun dance, not difficult, the Bridge is really obvious, and upbeat music as well. Deserves to do well. Nice one Ria
Fun dance, not difficult, the Bridge is really obvious, and upbeat music as well. Deserves to do well. Nice one Ria
 

Val Whittington
Swansea
7th Dec 2014
Great upbeat track that you can sing along too. Yes dance is a bit nippy at the start but no real problem and with the tag on same wall same place every time easy to remember. A big hit with class and recommended.
Great upbeat track that you can sing along too. Yes dance is a bit nippy at the start but no real problem and with the tag on same wall same place every time easy to remember. A big hit with class and recommended.
 

Phil Marson
13th Nov 2014
Another Fab Dance from Ria,Classes really enjoying this,Flows great to the music!!
Another Fab Dance from Ria,Classes really enjoying this,Flows great to the music!!
 

Janie
STAFFORDSHIRE
12th Nov 2014
Lovely, happy, bouncy dance. Am sure that it'll go down well tonight. Don't envisage problems except maybe the speed? Will soon overcome that. Lovely, well done Ria.
Lovely, happy, bouncy dance. Am sure that it'll go down well tonight. Don't envisage problems except maybe the speed? Will soon overcome that. Lovely, well done Ria.
 

Elaine Hornagold
30th Sep 2014
Another good dance improver level dance from Ria. The music by Train is one of those catchy tunes that stays in your head when you should be sleeping!. Some were caught out by the fast pace at first, but as usual it was much easier the 2nd time. Easy tag on the even walls repeating the steps in Section 4.
Another good dance improver level dance from Ria. The music by Train is one of those catchy tunes that stays in your head when you should be sleeping!. Some were caught out by the fast pace at first, but as usual it was much easier the 2nd time. Easy tag on the even walls repeating the steps in Section 4.
 

Linda Garrett
Barkham, Berkshire
2nd Oct 2014
Saw the review by Elaine, I had been looking for a different improver dance and this fits the bill. Interesting step combination and the bridge was easy to spot repeating the samba section. Great dance thank you Ria.
Saw the review by Elaine, I had been looking for a different improver dance and this fits the bill. Interesting step combination and the bridge was easy to spot repeating the samba section. Great dance thank you Ria.
 

Lin
2nd Oct 2014
This dance has been taught to 2 of our classes so far and has proved to be a big hit with both.Slowed track to begin with therefore no problems after with full speed. Happy classes, Thanks Ria
This dance has been taught to 2 of our classes so far and has proved to be a big hit with both.Slowed track to begin with therefore no problems after with full speed. Happy classes, Thanks Ria
 

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