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How to Dance to House Music | Sexy Dance Moves

How to Dance to House Music | Sexy Dance Moves

 

Victor Sho: Hi, my figure is Victor Sho. LaShonna Halloway: And I’m LaShonna. Victor: And we are going to show you some simple moves for dancing to residence music. And with home, you just want to understand that there is a flute with it, and it’s a ricochet. Okay? And this ricochet is like up and down. Up, yeah? LaShonna: Yeah. Victor: And then with this ricochet, you are able to do simple crusades with your paws, that they are able to, you know, be home steps. So basically we have the cross. Step, pace, cross, pace, pace. So you’re going to cross with your right leg over, and home over your left hand. Then step back with your privilege, to cross over with your left hand, to target over your right and then step back with your left.

And then you want to go one, two, and three, four, and five, six, and seven, eight, and one. Okay? But now the challenge here is to do it with the ricochet. Cool? So you want to go one, two, and three, four, and five, six, and seven, eight, and one. And then we have two more dances. LaShonna: Alright. This second pace that we’re going to learn is just a little heel pace together. So you’re going to keep that same ricochet, which is called the jinga. That same jinga, jinga, jinga. You have heel together, heel together, heel together, heel together. Without that little flute, it just examines like this. So you want to add that home flute, that up down motion.

Up down, up down. Like you’re going a mare. Awesome. We have one more step that we’re going to incorporate into our home dance. Victor: This next pace is simple-minded. You’re going to hop on your left leg, and lift up your right leg, and lift up your left hand limb. And then you target your right leg down. Hop on your right leg. Lift your left leg up. Plaza that down. And then you’re going to do it twice, hop-skip on your left hand leg, and placing your right leg in between each hop.

So you hop-skip, boom, boom, and we’re going to reiterating that. So you’re going to go single, single, doubled, doubled. Single, single, doubled, doubled. Alright? And you still want to keep that same like jinga, as LaShonna responded. Yeah? That same up and down crusade, and you want to go one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight. LaShonna: Let’s made all three moves together. Victor: Yeah. LaShonna: And then we’ll be doing some home dancing. Ready? Let’s start with the pace that Victor indicated us. We’re going to go one, two, three. Then the end pace that I indicated you. One, two, three, four. Now the hop-skip pace that Victor indicated you. Single, single, doubled. Single, single, doubled. Awesome. And that’s how you dance to residence music. Victor: There it is ..

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  Victor Sho: Hi, my figure is Victor Sho. LaShonna Halloway: And I'm LaShonna. Victor: And we are going to show you some simple moves for dancing to residence music. And with home, you just want to understand that there is a flute with it, and it's a ricochet. Okay? And this ricochet is like up and down. Up, yeah? LaShonna: Yeah. Victor: And then with this ricochet, you are able to do simple crusades with your paws, that they are able to, you know, be home steps. So basically we have the cross. Step, pace, cross, pace, pace. So you're going to cross with your right leg over, and home over your left hand. Then step back with your privilege, to cross over with your left hand, to target over your right and then step back with your left. And then you want to go one, two, and three, four, and five, six, and seven, eight, and one. Okay? But now the challenge here is to do it with the ricochet. Cool? So you want to go one, two, and three, four, and five, six, and seven, eight, and one. And then we have two more dances. LaShonna: Alright. This second pace that we're going to learn is just a little heel pace together. So you're going to keep that same ricochet, which is called the jinga. That same jinga, jinga, jinga. You have heel together, heel together, heel together, heel together. Without that little flute, it just examines like this. So you want to add that home flute, that up down motion. Up down, up down. Like you're going a mare. Awesome. We have one more step that we're going to incorporate into our home dance. Victor: This next pace is simple-minded. You're going to hop on your left leg, and lift up your right leg, and lift up your left hand limb. And then you target your right leg down. Hop on your right leg. Lift your left leg up. Plaza that down. And then you're going to do it twice, hop-skip on your left hand leg, and placing your right leg in between each hop. So you hop-skip, boom, boom, and we're going to reiterating that. So you're going to go single, single, doubled, doubled. Single, single, doubled, doubled. Alright? And you still want to keep that same like jinga, as LaShonna responded. Yeah? That same up and down crusade, and you want to go one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight. LaShonna: Let's made all three moves together. Victor: Yeah. LaShonna: And then we'll be doing some home dancing. Ready? Let's start with the pace that Victor indicated us. We're going to go one, two, three. Then the end pace that I indicated you. One, two, three, four. Now the hop-skip pace that Victor indicated you. Single, single, doubled. Single, single, doubled. Awesome. And that's how you dance to residence music. Victor: There it is .. beatrate-radio.com

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December 28th, 2016

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