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Ankle knee step

The ankle knee step is a type of high step used by marching bands. It is named such because when executed properly, the ankle of one leg should be at the height of the knee of the other leg. This step is chiefly used by marching bands which consider themselves traditional or show style bands, although drum corps and corps-style marching bands may use this step sparingly for effect.

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This is a prime example of a proper high step; Ankle of raised leg is the hight of the knee of the other leg. The toes of the raised leg are pointed directly at the ground. Thigh is parallel to the ground.

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