I don't know what that move looks like. However, what if you only want to lead the J& part and skip the L or make it an R? Isn't it the guys job to do the choreography on the fly? Instead of putting the woman in auto-pilot, I was taught to lead with the body and make clear precise hand leads with minimal noise to distract the direction I need her to go. Not that I even come close to doing it all the time, but I know the goal. Having her connect and follow me is really important. For instance a salsa club's latin beat is often so loud she could never hear me. More than half the moves are some variation of cross-body lead. Which one is up for me to communicate to her without saying anything. Another example could be some kind of pretzl run in 2-step. If the the dance space gets squeezed, I can choose when to stop the combo of moves and just go back to frame. In chacha, I might chose to add extra locking steps or slows just for fun effect.