Lockit – Definition

CALLERLAB Program: Advanced 1

Teaching Resource for Lockit

Links:   Analyze Module Teach

Teaching Order: After Mix

Recently taught calls: Pass In and Pass Out, Chain Reaction

Background: “Lock It” was created by Lee Kopman from Wantagh, New York in 1971. It was in the Advanced List in 1977 and in the A-1 List in 1980.


Starting formations:From a General Line or Diamond, with the centers in a Mini-Wave only.

Dance action: Centers Arm Turn 1/4, while the ends move up around a quarter circle, as in Fan the Top.

Ending formations: General Lines end in General Lines.
Twin Diamonds end in Point-to-Point Diamonds and vice versa.

Timing: 4

Link to Taminations: Taminations Lockit