Girl knows how to dance
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SAD GIRLZ LUV MONEY - Remix - Amaarae & Kali Uchis
𝐥𝐞𝐧𝐢 & 𝐣𝐨𝐥𝐢𝐧𝐚 ❥︎
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9.5K Likes, 59 Comments. TikTok video from 𝐥𝐞𝐧𝐢 & 𝐣𝐨𝐥𝐢𝐧𝐚 ❥︎ (@leniandjolina.official): "we are back!!!❤️ #foryou #bestfriends #OrteFürAlle #LiftMyMood #fürdich #viral #dance #famous #fyp #tiktokdance #famousdance #letmebeyourwoman #woman". Woman.
Woman - Doja Cat
Golden Ladys stars_2000
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5. 6K Likes, 122 Comments. TikTok video from Golden Ladys stars_2000 (@lady_boom_star_2000): "Extream 😈🔥😈 #love #bull #beautiful #hard #famous #potenza #dancer #vogliosa #sexy #figa #single #girl #🔥 #⛔️ #😈". original sound.
original sound - The HouseHub
𝘄𝗵𝗲𝗻 𝗳𝗮𝗺𝗼𝘂𝘀 𝘁𝗶𝗸𝘁𝗼𝗸𝗲𝗿 𝗴𝗶𝗿𝗹𝘀 𝗱𝗮𝗻𝗰𝗲 𝘁𝗵𝗶𝘀 @maymay @Zeinab Harake @Eya @Christian Mae 💋 @⚘sσαρρycατ♡ツ @⚘sσαρρycατ♡ツ #followmeeee #newtiktoker #trend #copylinkkkkkkkkkkk #philippines #tiktokph #soappycatmeoww #fyp #fypシ #fanfageforyou #edit
2.4K Likes, 12 Comments. TikTok video from ⚘sσαρρycατ♡ツ (@soappycatph): "𝘄𝗵𝗲𝗻 𝗳𝗮𝗺𝗼𝘂𝘀 𝘁𝗶𝗸𝘁𝗼𝗸𝗲𝗿 𝗴𝗶𝗿𝗹𝘀 𝗱𝗮𝗻𝗰𝗲 𝘁𝗵𝗶𝘀 @maymay @Zeinab Harake @Eya @Christian Mae 💋 @⚘sσαρρycατ♡ツ @⚘sσαρρycατ♡ツ #followmeeee #newtiktoker #trend #copylinkkkkkkkkkkk #philippines #tiktokph #soappycatmeoww #fyp #fypシ #fanfageforyou #edit". Wait A Minute! (Duckhead Edit).
Wait A Minute! (Duckhead Edit) - Duckhead the Bedroom DJ
Polina bae 🥵 🇺🇦🇷🇺✝️🤍
“only love can hurt like this” 🫀#fyp #viral #blowthisup #tiktokfamous #ootd #thatgirl #dance
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Only Love Can Hurt Like This (Slowed Down Version) - Paloma Faith
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2. 1K Likes, 32 Comments. TikTok video from TiaMalin_offical (@tiamalin_official): "@montanamalin #iaintneverbeenwithabaddie #foryou #CloseYourRings #sisters #sistergoals #tiktok #ukgirl🇬🇧 #trending #tiktok2022 #getthisonthefyp #popularcreator #foryoupageofficiall #foru #followmeformore❣️ #dance #viral #fyp #famous #popular". OWN BRAND FREESTYLE X DRILLA by JVKE.
OWN BRAND FREESTYLE X DRILLA by JVKE - JVKE
How to Dance At A Basic "Good Enough" Level
- Chris MacLeod, MSW
It's hard to avoid dancing entirely in social situations, especially when you're younger. Arguably, everyone should at least become passable at it. It's not as hard to pick up the basics as you may think, and it's smoother sailing once you can join some friends who want to dance and hold your own.
You don't have to reach a particularly high standard
You just need to be good enough that you can get on the dance floor, blend in with everyone else, not look like an idiot, and not feel overly uncomfortable while you're there. (Lots of people are at least somewhat awkward about dancing. That's why they have to down a few drinks and wait for the dance floor to get busy before they step out on it.)
You don't have to look like someone out of a music video. You've just got to be decent enough to get by. Being better than the minimum never hurts of course, but just knowing the basics will put you way ahead of all the non-dancers out there.
If you're straight, try not to worry too much about what the opposite sex thinks. They don't have ultra-picky standards
Straight people don't purely dance to impress the opposite sex, but it is often something they think about.
Generalization time. Women and men have different ideas of what a good dancer is. Guys often see dancing as a skill to show off. Being better than other dudes on the dance floor is important to them. Their typical image of a "good dancer" is a gymnastic break dancer doing a bunch of flips, or a guy doing a fancy, fluid Popping & Locking routine. A woman's concept of a good dancer is a closer to a passably moving guy who looks comfortable, confident, and like he's having fun.
When a woman wants to dance with you, all she really wants is that...
- You are there with her
- You are dancing with her
- You are not dancing horribly
- You are not being too forward and creepy
This totally sounds like a simplistic stereotype, but most of the time when you're dancing with a guy he's not making a detailed critique of your style. He's probably just thinking, "Yay! I'm dancing with a woman!" Or if he's watching you dance from farther away, he's likely thinking, "She seems like someone I might want to talk to. I wonder if she'd shoot me down though..." Even if he seems like the most genuinely suave, confident guy ever, he's probably still thinking like that on some level. He's probably fifty times more worried about how his dancing looks to you than the other way around. Even he's an amazing dancer and you're not, he likely isn't holding it against you.
(That was from my observations as a straight guy. I'm not gay so I won't try to write from their perspective, but I can't imagine their standards for dance partners are radically different.)
Try not to worry too much about what strangers think
Easier said than done, but don't use up too much mental energy fretting about how random bystanders are judging you. Occasionally people will snicker and point to people who are dancing because they're really just too nervous to do it themselves. Random dudes sucking on their beer aren't your audience. Also, like the point above mentioned, your average dancer is more preoccupied with how they look than anything.
If there's one thing to keep in mind it's to be toned-down and low key
Don't be a spaz and try to pull off some fancy moves unless you 100% know you'll look good doing them. It's better to reel yourself in. Over reaching and flailing around is worse than blending in and being a bit boring and unoriginal. Don't feel you have to pull off tons of new moves every second and put on a show for everyone either. It's okay to dance in a simple, repetitive way and just enjoy your friends' company.
Acquire a basic, reliable dancing 'core'
You know when you're watching a movie or TV show and there's a scene set in a dance club, how the extras in the background will often to be dancing in a kind of simple, nondescript way? That's the 'core' I'm talking about. If you know how to do that, then in a lot of situations that's actually all you need. However, if you want, you can later choose to build off your base and make your style more fancy.
To get that core stand in front of a mirror with some not-too-fast music on, or just read along and imagine you're doing the following:
- To dance you've got to move your body in time to the beat of the music. The most basic newbie mistake you can make is to move out of sync with the beat. Don't know the beat I'm referring to? Put on a song and listen for the underlying, repeating thump-thump-thump pattern. Every style of music has a different speed. It doesn't take much practice to learn how to hear it.
- Okay, you're just standing there in front of the mirror with some song playing. Now try moving your arms back and forth to the beat slightly, while keeping your legs ramrod straight. You'll notice that looks totally off. So the next most basic thing you've got to do is bounce up and down on your knees. So keep everything else still, and just move your knees up and down to the music.
- That still looks weird, since you're just going up and down like a piston. So rotate your torso a bit in time with your knee movements, a little like you're skiing. Keep your torso fairly loose and relaxed.
- That's looking better, but your arms are still stiffly hanging at your side. So try relaxing them a bit and let them swing up and down with your knee bends and torso rotations.
Once you're standing in one spot, bouncing on your knees, turning your torso a bit, and moving your arms somewhat, that's about the absolute bare minimum you can do to be considered dancing. Like I said, sometimes that's all you need. If you didn't know how to dance at all, and stopped right here, that's a lot better than nothing.
However, while still staying in the realm of dancing in a super generic 'core' way, you can do little things to spice up the bare minimum:
- Don't just limply swing your arms, get your shoulders into it.
- Take steps side to side, or back and forth.
- Mix up your arm movements.
- Nod your head.
- Do little pivots or twists on one foot, or both feet.
- Don't just slightly rotate your torso, move it back and forth, or from one side to the other.
- Pick up one foot ever so slightly, then the other, to kind of march in place. Don't overdo the movement and look like a robot, just move your feet a tad.
- Mix up the possible arm, torso, and leg variations. Find a combination that looks good and do it for a while, then switch to another one. Don't change things up to the point where you're doing something new every half a second. That looks too scattered.
At this point you're hardly going to win a dance competition, but you're at the level of those movie extras, and 75% of the people you'll see out at a bar. At this point you really could develop no further in your dancing ability and be able to get by on a dance floor for the rest of your life.
The thing with this basic core is that it's pretty adaptable to the standard kinds of music you'll come across. If you're dancing to Hip Hop, just make all your movements a little more Hip Hop-ish. If you're dancing to retro 80's Pop, just make all your moves a little more cheesy and energetic.
Add some more fancy moves and sequences onto your core if you want to
If you dance in a basic way you'll get by, but you won't stand out a ton. If you want to look a little slicker you can start adding in some canned movements, or sequences of moves. There's more of a Risk/Reward thing going on at this stage. You've got to work at it more as well. Dancing generically is safer and easier. If you try to pull off some awesome routine and bungle the execution you'll look clueless or goofy. You need to practice to make sure you look good. Some places to learn new moves are:
- By watching strangers dancing at a club and stealing ideas from them.
- By watching your friends dance.
- By watching movies or music videos.
- Through online video tutorials.
- Through dancing-oriented video games.
- By experimenting and trying to come up with some moves of your own.
- By taking an actual class.
The best way to learn is to just practice
If you get into the habit of dancing around at home in the spare moments you're listening to music it won't be long before you start to get the hang of things. After that the more time you put in, the more you'll refine your style.
Get in front of a mirror, put some good music on, and start dancing to it in the basic way I mentioned above. Remember, if your instinct is to jump around a lot or be a bit spazzy, consciously tone yourself down. Try to get comfortable with the typical, boring way of dancing first. A lot of the time on actual dance floors you won't have that much room anyway, so if you only practice moves that requires a lot of space you'll be put in an awkward spot when you end up somewhere more packed.
One way to deliberately practice is to try working on one aspect of dancing at a time, then putting the pieces together. This may not look good in the moment, but it'll let you concentrate on and isolate certain aspects of how you move. So you might keep everything else fairly still, and only try out different arm movements, or ways of moving your torso. Or you could try different ways of stepping back and forth, or moving only one leg at a time.
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Practice different dancing scenarios
Aside from figuring out how to move your body, there are different situations you'll find yourself dancing under:
Dancing on a dance floor where you have a lot of room
This is the easiest as you have all the space you need, and you can do somewhat more showy stuff if you feel like it. Sometimes the ocean of space can feel like too much to work with or make you feel exposed and self-conscious though.
Dancing on a crowded dance floor
Here your movements are really restricted. When you're practicing make sure to keep your feet rooted to the ground and don't swing your arms out too much. Try to make your movements look good anyway.
Dancing close and face to face with someone else
The issue here is knocking knees and not being able to extend your arms too far in front of you. Try dancing really close to a wall to get an idea of what it's like. Or you can try dancing really close to a full length mirror. It's totally goofy looking, but it's still a good way to get used to the feeling of being near someone.
Dancing with a partner
Here I'm referring to partner dancing in an informal, improvised way, not doing a specific dance like the Tango. Of course this is something that you can't practice on your own super effectively. Still, you could put your hands out in front of you like you're holding someone's waist or shoulders and practice moving within that restriction. I don't blame you if you don't want to do this. It's definitely a bit silly. Still, if the idea of dancing with someone makes you uncomfortable, practicing like this can take the edge off.
More practical advice would be to take a salsa, swing, or ballroom dancing class, asking your friends to teach you to dance, or practicing with your partner, if you're seeing someone. If it doesn't make you anxious, you could even try going to a club and trying to dance with someone you meet there.
Non-verbal communication is important as well
Body language plays a role in dancing too. It would look strange if someone was dancing to a 70's funk song with the mannerisms and facial expressions of someone listening to 90's Gangsta Rap. You don't want to be too exaggerated or hammy with your body language, but it is something to subtly bring into the equation. The other basic thing about body language is that sometimes the difference between someone who looks good and so-so on the dance floor is their non-verbals. If someone looks uncomfortable and bored, they may come across as dancing poorly. The same movements with some energy and confidence can look fine.
Dancing is a physical activity
Simple tip here. The better shape you're in, the easier dancing will be. You'll be able to do more, have more energy, and keep at it for longer. Basic things like aerobic fitness, flexibility, and some endurance in your legs and torso help.
Dancing to an unfamiliar style
For the poppy dance music you most typically hear in bars and clubs you can usually get away with dancing in the generic style I outlined earlier. Though if you've ever been to a club that caters to a different scene you'll know other genres of music have their own types of dancing.
If you're in one of these places, it's not the end of the world if you go ahead and dance the usual generic way, and just try to make your movements conform somewhat to that subculture's style. You won't fit in perfectly, but no one is going to run you out of the joint. However, if you're interested in dancing to that type of music more in the future, it's obvious that you'd want to try to learn its more specialized moves.
A semi-warning about dance classes
Without a doubt you'll learn a lot if you a take a class, but sometimes people get a shock when they then go to a club and have to dance spontaneously. They can't just start swing dancing or bust out a 14-step choreographed Hip Hop routine. There are people who have taken years of dance classes, but they're inhibited when it comes to dancing at clubs. They feel lost, put on the spot, and like they're expected to perform.
Dancing badly on purpose
I think there's a good time and a bad time to dance in a poor or silly way as a joke. The bad time to do it is when you're not comfortable or experienced with dancing, and you dance like goofball to avoid having to do it for real. People tend to see through this, and any humor that comes out of it only has a shelf life of a minute or so.
The good time to do it is when you're with some friends, you all know how to dance properly, and you just throw in the occasional campy movement or routine as a way to joke around and have more fun. It comes off well in this situation because everyone realizes you're doing it because you choose to, not because you're trying to hide how ill at ease you feel.
Drinking to loosen yourself up
Lots of people need to get some alcohol in them before they feel confident enough to hit the dance floor. In a perfect world everyone would feel comfortable dancing stone cold sober, but realistically some of us need a little extra help. Within reason I think this is fine.
When alcohol tends to be helpful is when someone knows how to dance half-decently, but are just a smidgen reserved - most people basically. When drinking tends to backfire is when someone doesn't really know how to dance, and never tries unless they're totally hammered. The results can be pretty sloppy. Things can also get embarrassing if someone is just learning how to dance and is inclined to be spazzy. The alcohol tends to bring those tendencies to the surface.
This is a trite thing to say, but despite everything you've just read, you should just enjoy yourself and not over analyze things. Have fun and don't worry about what other people think of you. Blah Blah Blah. The end.
A girl is not a girl if she cannot dance and is not plastic?
The girl is not ...
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I never wanted to learn this, but maybe I need to?
A lot of years.
I only danced in class and on the parquet :-))))), that's why no one sees it.
Before, only the participants, the jury, and the spectator saw it :-))
I could never STATE going to clubs, discos.
And in general, none of my friends, acquaintances, and even my husband, have NEVER seen how I dance.
Only parents (for a long time)))))
enough to live in the past, love yourself and respect.
Dancing is definitely not my thing.
But by and large, no one cares about that!!
To each his own!
to embroider with a cross, to put warmers....
different people sports or creative activities
if you have complexes and want to learn how to dance beautifully - learn, train!
the main thing is desire!
I will add to the author of complexes
#15 #15 16 April 2012 Very good dance. and will add confidence and plasticity
My experience in dancing is very useful.
I would attribute the inability to dance plus. So, not a club blyadishe with the wind in his head and shorts in his pocket. Incl. in a youth student environment - this is a minus, but a little later it starts to grow sharply into a PLUS :)
GYYYYYY, LOL :)
The inability to dance I would attribute to pluses. So, not a club blyadishe with the wind in his head and shorts in his pocket. Incl. in a youth student environment, this is a minus, but a little later it starts to grow sharply into a PLUS :)
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The man immediately warned that all property was recorded for children
A lie 22 years long. How to destroy?
Husband left, 2 months of depression... How will you cope if you are left all alone?
152 answers So, not a club blyadishe with the wind in his head and shorts in his pocket. Incl. in the youth student environment - this is a minus, but a little later it starts to grow sharply into a PLUS :)
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What guys pay attention to - ET
A girl doesn't always know what a guy's fleeting glance appreciated in her. And the guy, as if carried away by a conversation on a mobile phone at a bus stop, in fact, is intently assessing the girls standing at the bus stop. He does not even have to go to RuCamera.com to find his one and only.
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An online survey of young people recently conducted in England and India has yielded curious results. Guys were asked to name 10 things that attract them at first sight in girls. If you think that the features of female forms are included in the top ten, then you are mistaken.
Girls who tend to worry too seriously about the shortcomings of their body, after such a survey, may well calm down. Also, the guy doesn't put a lot of depth into the first evaluative look. He first needs to find out for himself whether he wants to look at this girl again, and then, if fate wishes, he will forget about everything in the world, realizing - here she is, found!
So what does a guy have time to appreciate in a girl at first glance?
Basically, a guy first looks at a girl's face. But it is not always possible to look the girl in the face, she can stand with her back. Then the guy will appreciate her hair. If he liked the girl’s hair, looking at it no longer with a cursory glance, the guy can finish her image (to the best of his ability, of course). A girl's hair tells a lot.
A girl with a moderately raised head and a straight back seems to be sending information into space: “I am confident in myself!” And such confidence is inherent in strong people. Guys like girls with personality.
No wonder the old proverb still lives on: “Whoever you go with, you will gain from him.” The guy's first glance captures this important moment in the relationship. If the girl he is interested in is in a circle of noisy, rude friends, even if she behaves quietly among them, there will be a suspicion of the absence of the main female ornament - modesty.
Women's lips are a very “dangerous” thing, they attract. It is clear why the veil appeared in the eastern countries. It is clear why the lipstick appeared...
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The girl's beautiful movements show that she can dance and control her body. If a guy is on the dance floor, then he will absolutely pay attention to girls who dance well.
6. The contents of the purse
Oddly enough, guys are very interested in knowing what is in a girl's purse. In fact, the contents of the handbag directly speaks of her interests. If there is a lot of cosmetics in the bag, the girl thinks about her appearance all the time, likes to preen. If she has books and newspapers in her bag, it is interesting to talk to her. If a girl has “the whole house” in her bag, she is capable of much. If the handbag itself is very original, the girl, respectively, too.
“Bear, Bear, where is your smile?” - there was such a kind song, where friends cheered up the sad guy, and here ... If the girl sincerely smiled in response to the guy's look, there is a high probability of her victory. The guys melt from a real female smile and voluntarily surrender to its owner.
Like it or not, girls in heels attract guys' attention.