How to dance with your fingers
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Dance with Cindy with your fingers.跟Cindy一起用手指跳舞吧🤟🏻#cindy #foryou #手指舞 #手勢舞
1.6M Likes, 16.9K Comments. TikTok video from Cindy👄 (@cindy518c): "Dance with Cindy with your fingers.跟Cindy一起用手指跳舞吧🤟🏻#cindy #foryou #手指舞 #手勢舞". 原聲 - Cindy👄.
原聲 - Cindy👄
The art of dancing with your fingers🔥🖤[Dc:@EdW!!Nn🦇 ] #tina1865 #fingerdance
1.1K Likes, 53 Comments. TikTok video from Tina (@souloftina_1865): "The art of dancing with your fingers🔥🖤[Dc:@EdW!!Nn🦇] #tina1865#fingerdance". Ela Já Tá Louca.
Ela Já Tá Louca - Nico Mejia
Dance with your fingers and learn to confess to your loved ones!#fingerdancechallenge #fingerdancetiktok #confess #fyp #foryoupage
TikTok video from mangenliu (@mangenliu): "Dance with your fingers and learn to confess to your loved ones!#fingerdancechallenge #fingerdancetiktok #confess #fyp#foryoupage". Aesthetic.
Aesthetic - Devonte Mayo
You can also dance with your fingers #finger #dance #fingerdance #dancewithpubgm #dancer #beauty #handwashchallenge #tiktok #fashion
TikTok video from QingYang_Hand dance (@qingyang_finger): "You can also dance with your fingers #finger #dance #fingerdance #dancewithpubgm #dancer #beauty #handwashchallenge #tiktok #fashion". nhạc nền - AK乂Duty.
nhạc nền - AK乂Duty
You can also dance with your fingers #finger #dance #ShowUrGrillSkillz #fingerdance #dancewithpubgm #dancer #beauty #handwashchallenge #tiktok #fashion #fyp #foryou
TikTok video from QingYang_Hand dance (@qingyang_finger): "You can also dance with your fingers #finger #dance #ShowUrGrillSkillz #fingerdance #dancewithpubgm #dancer #beauty #handwashchallenge #tiktok #fashion #fyp #foryou". nhạc nền - AK乂Duty.
nhạc nền - AK乂Duty
2. 8K Likes, 93 Comments. TikTok video from Skyler Firth👸🏼 (@skylermusical.ly): "#musically". POV: it’s 2017 and you do this finger dance . original sound.
original sound - YellowBxlli 💛🌻
Impossible #original #fingerdance #choreo #say #it #with #your #hands #miri🤨 #fy Sound by @Ch43d3r 🎶🎧🎶
463 Likes, 72 Comments. TikTok video from Miri 🤨 (@j.u.s.t_a_0body): "Impossible #original #fingerdance #choreo #say #it #with #your #hands #miri🤨 #fy Sound by @Ch43d3r 🎶🎧🎶". Impossible GunSync.
Impossible GunSync - Ch43d3r
Aber . .. vielleicht wird auch alles gut? #fingerdance #fingerstyle #say #it #with #your #hands #miri🤨 #fürdich dc @naruto0919
149 Likes, 36 Comments. TikTok video from Miri 🤨 (@j.u.s.t_a_0body): "Aber ... vielleicht wird auch alles gut? #fingerdance #fingerstyle #say #it #with #your #hands #miri🤨 #fürdich dc @naruto0919". nhạc nền - AK乂Duty.
nhạc nền - AK乂Duty
Mirror #original #fingerdance #choreo #jt #mirror #say #it #with #your #hands #miri🤨 #fürdich
174 Likes, 52 Comments. TikTok video from Miri 🤨 (@j.u.s.t_a_0body): "Mirror #original #fingerdance #choreo #jt #mirror #say #it #with #your #hands #miri🤨 #fürdich". suara asli - RizkyInstrumental🎶🎼🔥.
suara asli - RizkyInstrumental🎶🎼🔥 - RizkyInstrumental🎶🔥
Let Your Fingers Dance on the Keyboard | by Erez Morabia | Erez Morabia’s Blog
I know, the title is a bit melodramatic. I guess it has been a while since my last post. I see people every day that are fast thinkers, but are very slow when it comes to the keyboard. When I come to think of it, we don’t allocate enough time for practicing the tool we use the most, every single day — the keyboard. It doesn’t make sense to me. What do you think?
Touch typing is typing on the keyboard without using the sense of sight to find the keys (Wikipedia).
A Personal Note
I would start with a personal note. I was a software engineer for ~10 years before I discovered the power of touch typing. I wasn’t slow on my typing, and I was using both hands, but I kept looking at the keyboard while typing. Same keyboard, 8–12 hours a day, every day. And still, I kept looking at the keyboard for finding the keys.
One day I was moved to a new cubicle. My new neighbor was a touch-typing person. He was typing fast while looking at the screen, not at the keyboard. It was beautiful. After a couple of days I have decided to give it a try myself, so I have searched for a free touch typing site and practiced that for a couple of days. My fingers were in pain, but I kept going. After a couple of more days, it felt good — no pain and I actually started touch typing. It all took less than a week. I was so happy with my achievement.
There are many “flavors” of keyboard typing I have seen along the years:
- One hand, one finger, looking at the keyboard
- Two hands, one figure each, looking at the keyboard
- Two hands, a few fingers each, looking at the keyboard
- Two hands, all fingers, looking at the keyboard
- Two hands, all fingers, not looking at the keyboard (most of the time)
We are aiming to the last one.
Great Reasons for using Touch Typing
Here are a few things I have learnt from my experience:
- I wish I have done it earlier.
- You don’t need any special physical ability to be able to touch type.
- Anyone can touch-type fast, it is just a matter of practice.
I use touch typing for the last 12 years now. I feel there are 2 main things we can gain by touch typing:
- Our fingers are no longer a constraint for our brain. This means that we type fast enough for our thoughts to flow smoothly.
- We type digitally on the spot (as opposed to writing on a paper and later on copy it into the computer).
The faster you type, the more time you save. You can save couple of hours a week by typing faster. This is a simple math. I recommend to practice till you get at least to 45 WPM (Word Per Minute). There are many free sites out there for practicing touch typing. Who knows, you might win the touch typing championship one day.
The Next Challenge
If you are already fast with your touch typing, here is another challenge for you. I took it a step further and bought a BLANK keyboard (this is actually the keyboard name). No letters, no nothing, just black keys all over the place. This is a picture from my desk.
I use it for the past 6 month and it feels great, especially when you type full sentences (warning: it is a bit more challenging when typing passwords — I got locked out of my laptop couple of times).
The things we can gain from the blank keyboard:
- We learn the position of the difficult keys — symbols and such.
- We don’t move our sight to the keyboard because there is simply nothing down there that can help us. This forces us to really do touch typing.
- We get to the point where we let our fingers dance the on the keyboard, without thinking too much about it.
It’s up to You
Really, it is just a matter of a decision. Once you decide you want it enough, you can achieve it. It will take a week or so, but you will get there. Don’t be like the Sloth Trailer from the Zootopia movie… :)
Originally published at www.timeninjablog.com on May 6, 2016.
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Tik Tok finger dance is another way to make short videos. Bloggers make different figures to original music. It turns out beautiful and interesting. You can watch Tik Tok video with fingers here.
Unlike many others, Tik Tok finger tricks are based on simple movements. Anyone can learn dance. However, finger dancing like Tik Tok requires training. The following are recommended:
- Finger warm-up is required before each session. It is enough just to actively move them: clench into a fist and unclench several times, make a “fan”, etc. This will disperse the blood and allow you to perform the necessary movements faster and more accurately.
- Start a video where a blogger shows you how to do fingers. The first few times the clip can simply be watched to remember the approximate sequence of movements.
- Start repeating the challenge. Be prepared for the fact that you need to spend several tens of minutes on a short show of fingers lasting 15 seconds. And for high-quality performance - a few days or even weeks.
To quickly learn a new finger dance on TikTok, you can watch a two-minute training video, where the girl explains in detail, by movements, what she is doing.
Tik Tok finger dance song is chosen in such a way as to simplify the dance itself as much as possible. Each sound corresponds to its movement. Firstly, it looks beautiful, and secondly, Tik Tok finger dance music allows you to quickly remember the general sequence of all figures and turns, which speeds up the learning process.
How to make a duet video
Tik Tok users have a fashion for duet clips. You can also make such a video with any user on the social network. To do this, you need:
- Find the desired entry in Tik Tok. Including, you can choose the above video.
- On the video page, open the Share menu. The button is on the right side.
- Select "Duet" from the offered list.
- The entry will be added to your new video page. On the right side is the finished clip, on the left is your recording.
It is best to repeat the movement of your fingers in Tik Tok in sync with the main clip. This video looks beautiful and quite original. In this case, it will be enough for you to simply synchronize all the movements, since the music will not let you go astray. The main thing is to learn the figures well from beginning to end.
A few facts about finger tut
A dance performed only with the hands is called finger tut. Let's tell you some interesting facts:
- Finger tut is already an established trend. It first appeared in the mid-80s of the last century. Homeland - USA, Los Angeles. There is also an alternative name - finger boxing. So this style was nicknamed in New York.
- Finger tut is an alternate creation of geometric shapes of regular and irregular shapes, but other patterns are allowed. The main condition is even corners, without smooth bends (as far as possible).
- FT is always based on rhythmic music, which the dancer can decompose into its component parts.
- All movements are sharp and dynamic. Professional dancers tend to use smooth transitions to "smooth out the corners".
- The forerunner of the finger tut is the tatting style. He also appeared in America, but already in the early 80s of the last century. The essence of tatting is to perform movements not only with the palms, but with the whole arm up to the elbow. The name tatting is a reference to the Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun and to all Egyptian painting, where people were often depicted with brushes curved at an angle.
- Finger tut requires good stretching. Professional dancers use the same training as pianists.
Finger has the concept of 4 "U's". The first two are Perseverance and Diligence. Together they can bring Skill, which in turn guarantees Success.
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- The secret of the popularity of finger dance
- Finger dance - basic movements
Finger Tutting or finger Tutting is one of the new trends in the dance world. Artist JayFunk from Los Angeles starred with his finger dance in a promotional video for the Samsung Galaxy SII phone. Such a dance looks very spectacular and beautiful, especially with the addition of graphic special effects.
Finger dance popularity secret
Finger Tutting is one of the new trends in the dance world. Los Angeles-based artist JayFunk filmed his finger dance in a promotional video for the Samsung Galaxy SII phone. Such a dance looks very spectacular and beautiful, especially with the addition of graphic special effects.
In general, tatting is a special technique of weaving lace doilies, but breakdance dancers have adopted the basic principles of this technique and created the style of king tat. The most important principle of king tat is the observance of right angles between the palms, forearms and shoulders. Finger Tutting or finger dance can act as a separate show, like JayFunk, or as one of the elements of the dance in the style of king-tat.
King tut (from the English "King Tut", abbr. Pharaoh Tutankhamen) is a dance in which movements are copied from ancient Egyptian drawings depicting people in various poses. As a rule, these are poses with clearly defined right angles, performed by arms and legs. In addition, similar movements are noted in Indian dances that appeared much earlier. The dance is widely used by contemporary dancers to this day.
If you don't like tatting, try half-dance!
The origin of the king tut style is unknown, but the dance has spread and is often used in conjunction with other styles such as Popping, Hip-Hop and Old school. In Russia, this style is usually danced very quickly, which looks very impressive, but, in fact, is not the correct performance. King tut should be danced at an average speed in time with the music, in which case the style will stand out as separate and unique, and not like before - the usual applied direction.
It is generally accepted that the independent king tut style was formed on the west coast of America at the same time that other styles were formed. The cartoon Bugs Bunny served as an impetus for development. In one of the series, the main character gave out a lot of movements using right angles depicted by hands. This gave inspiration to many generations of dancers who later became very famous: Mr. Re, Animation and Boogaloo Shrimp. In addition, the dancers could be motivated directly by the drawings themselves on the Egyptian pyramids.
If you are interested in finger dancing, then under the cut you will find three lessons on tatting. I am sure, having mastered the main elements of this style, you will be able to create your own unique movements that are guaranteed to bring you respect and respect!