Right idea, but you are typing too quickly: that hitch step is an even rhythm unit (kick (0) + ball-change(2)). No. Dancing a triple without swing would be dividing the two beats evenly into quarters (ie, splitting each beat in half), and stepping on three of them - "beat and beat". Your first weight change falls on the odd count, the last weight change falls on the even count, the middle step/press occurs centered between the two in time. This is the timing that we use when trying to match music that is played in "straight eighths". To swing the triple, the middle is delayed (closer to the last step than the first), but the two full weight changes still fall on the beats.