How to do foot shuffle dance
These TikTok Shuffle Tutorials Teach You The Moves & Grooves Of This Epic Dance
by Kelly Pau
By now you should know there's never a dull moment on TikTok, and a dance trend that's sweeping everyone off their feet — literally — is the shuffle. This dance can look a little intimidating, but it's totally worth the effort of getting all the moves down. So, don't fret, because these TikTok shuffle tutorials will get you moving and grooving onto everyone's For You page.
The shuffle has a few different moves, like the running man and the leg wave. Once you've mastered the steps, you can get creative with stringing them together to create your own choreo that is fun and totally brand new. To learn to shuffle, you'll need some space to practice your moves, your fave song to practice to, and a laptop to watch the tutorials on. Soon enough, you'll be ready to film your own shuffle video.
You can even gather the housemates for an LOL-worthy activity the whole crew can be a part of. Once you and your squad are done laughing and shuffling over one another, you can film yourselves doing a group shuffle video for a TikTok that's sure to impress. Your followers will think you're master dancers when they see how coordinated your dance team is, and soon they'll be hitting you up to make your own TikTok shuffle tutorials.
This Step-By-Step Tutorial Shows Shuffle Moves From Three TikTokers
Your feet will definitely feel happy and groovin' after you follow this comprehensive tutorial on shuffling. From the running man, to the leg wave, to diagonal shuffling, you'll be the star of your own show after watching these steps.
This Tutorial Slows All The Footwork Down
It's easy to get lost in all the steps of the shuffle. Luckily, this TikTok tutorial shows you where each foot goes and when. By the end of the video, you'll be shuffling along to your own beat.
This TikTok Shuffle Tutorial Will Make You Look So Cool
You'll feel so fresh after mastering this TikTok shuffle tutorial to Earth, Wind & Fire. All your followers will give you an applause once they see how easy you make the shuffle look.
This Tutorial Teaches The Charleston
The Charleston reverse leg swing sounds like it's a move reserved for experts, but this tutorial breaks it down so you can bust your moves on your own TikTok. Don't forget to pair your TikTok with a witty caption like, "Getting jazzed up."
This Shuffle Tutorial Is On PointeTikTok
Give your shuffle an extra dose of flair by adding some pointed toes to your dance. This footwork is full of different moves that are so much fun nailing down and making your own.
This Heel Toe Cross Tutorial Will Add A Microbounce To Your Step
Your followers will be mesmerized when you show off your new footwork combination. The heel toe cross uses microbounce techniques to make your moves appear a little bit faster and a lot more impressive. While that might sound intimidating, this move is fun for beginner and expert shufflers alike.
This TikTok Tutorial Combines Cowtails And Heel Toe Travel
Another movement combination is the cowtail to heel toe travel. Swipe one leg behind the other, and then do it again on the other leg. Next, cross your feet over each other from heel to toe to look like you're sliding along the floor. This combo is great for gaining extra movement in your video.
This Shuffle Tutorial Uses Arm Gestures For EmphasisTikTok
Shuffling is often all about footwork, but you can't just leave your arms hanging. To work your arms as much as your legs, follow this TikTok tutorial that uses head nods and gestures for extra emphasis. Your dance moves will be as #lit as this TikToker's shoes are.
This Shuffle Tutorial Will Slide You Into Dance History
This shuffle move will have you hooked with free-flowing footwork, and the way it makes you feel as though you're floating along the floor. Your followers will be impressed with how easy and breezy you look.
This Leg Slide Tutorial Is A Classic Shuffle MoveTikTok
No shuffle is complete without a classic leg slide. This fun and easy footwork is the perfect way to top off your choreography. Not to mention, you'll look so casual and laidback while you do it that your followers will think you've been dancing for years.
This Tutorial Will Teach You An Entire Dance Combination
To really perfect your shuffle moves, you need to string them into seamless choreography. Thankfully, this dance tutorial does all the thinking for you, as it teaches you an entire combination to look like a pro so much faster. Your basic footwork and transition moves will be covered from heel to toe in this handy shuffle tutorial.
7 TikTok Dance Moves You Can Learn At Home
TikTok is filled with short, fun dance routines that you can watch for endless hours (trust me, I've done it), share with friends, and learn at home with STEEZY.
But, let's face it.
If you don't have a dance background, the short, hard to follow tutorials on TikTok can be a frustrating roadblock to joining in on the fun.
Here are simple, easy ways you can learn the 7 most popular moves on TikTok.
1. The CitiRokk
The CitiRokk is that one SUPER POPULAR TikTok dance move where you rock your body from side to side and cross your arms in front of your chest.
Watch this video with the move’s creator, CitiBoyRio, to see how the move took over TikTok!
While the CitiRokk was popularized on TikTok by the Renegade dance routine, CitiBoyRio just dropped a new routine of his own!
Learn the CitiRokk Shuffle routine just in time before it goes viral. 😎
Hit this link to learn both the CitiRokk and the CitiRokk shuffle step-by-step on STEEZY Studio.
2. The Woah
Just WATCHING people hit the Woah gets me excited.
It's simple, hype, and easy to apply to any song with a dope bass beat.
If you've been lurking on TikTok for any time at all, you've probably already seen it yourself and understand how it's supposed to look.
How you create the reverb motion, where to position your arms, and when to move your body to hit the beat on time is all you need to learn. 👇
3. The Swagg Bouncee
Do your hips naturally sway from side to side when a good song comes on?
Think of the Swagg Bouncee as your natural hip-sway's cooler, trendier sibling.
Lil Rich Swagg, who created the Swagg Bouncee, says to “Stay on your tippy toes to get a full range of motion,” in his STEEZY Studio class.
By committing to the move and making it bigger, you'll look more confident!
4. The Kangsta Wok
In the video below, this TikTok dance move's creator, Zaya Sosho, explains how he based the Kangsta Wok on a "dip" move he saw during a cypher.
When you do the Kangsta Wok, make sure not to over- or under-exert your energy.
Attack each level drop with a little intensity to make the move look extra hype, but don't go so hard that your body tenses up!
You want to make it look effortlessly cool. 😎
Still not totally sure how to make that happen?
Don't worry... Zaya Sosho will teach you in the tutorial below!
Use this guide to help to you practice too!
5. The Smeeze
This move first entered the dance scene in 2009, but at the time, it was mainly used during battles and parties.
When TikTok arrived in 2018, the move's creator, Chonkie, knew this was the perfect platform to bring the Smeeze to the next level.
With hashtags like #SMEEZEEVERYWHERE, and dance crews like the Jabbawockeez picking it up, the Smeeze quickly became a TikTok favorite.
You can learn more about it from Chonkie himself in this video!
While millions of people are, in fact, Smeezin' everywhere, the move can be a little tricky due to the alternating movements of the arms and legs.
Use this step-by-step tutorial to get the timing jussssst right!
6. The Bust Down
As far as TikTok dance moves go, the Bust Down is definitely on the sexier end of the spectrum.
Characterized by a scoop/thrust motion of the hips, the move is great for raunchy club jams like "Thotiana" by Blueface – the song that popularized the move!
If adding a lil sexy swagger to your movement feels like climbing Mt. Everest, know that practice and repetition will be your best friend!
STEEZY's tutorial breaks the move down simply and efficiently, so you can learn it in just 9 minutes and repeat sections LITERALLY AS MANY TIMES AS YOU WANT.
Trust us, you'll have swag down to a science.👨🔬
7. The Cosby Walk
Yes, when executed the right way, the simple act of marching can become a dope dance move!
Watch our video with Rated R, creator of the Cosby Walk, to see exactly what we mean:
As you're learning this move, make sure you're placing your feet firmly on the floor and evenly distributing your weight!
If your bottom half is weak and wobbly, you'll look more bambi than bad@$$.
Related article: Why Staying Light On Your Feet Is Actually Bad Advice
As much as we love watching the mesmerizing 15-second dance tutorials that already live on TikTok...
It's LIFE-CHANGING to have legit dancers break moves down and make them easy to learn.
Now, you have everything you need to master the hottest dance moves and join fun challenges on TikTok.
Start learning now for free!
Safe Dance Lab | GES-2
Theory and practice of street dances for everyone.
Safe Dance Lab is a dance class for beginners developed in collaboration with Battle Project production company. During 10 meetings, participants will get acquainted with five choreographic styles: krump, popping, hip-hop, breaking and locking. The organizers and teachers sought to create a comfortable and safe space where dance becomes a way to explore their own internal states and feelings, during which the participant will find an opportunity to escape from pressing problems and express themselves. nine0005
The program will end with a lecture by dancer Denis Bubnov about the history of street styles, after which everyone will be able to support the teachers at a dance jam - an organic and spontaneous format of the event, where music is constantly played, the audience gathers in circles and takes turns dancing in the center to share their knowledge and skill.
* We invite participants from 16 years old. Classes consist of lecture and practical parts and will be held twice a week for two hours. nine0004
When: 16, 18, 14: 00–16: 00
Kramp (KrUMP) - a variety of street dance, which originated in the southern neighborhoods of Los Angeles in the 1990s and is characterized by free, expressive, exaggerated and very energetic movements. During its inception, dancers sought to escape from a life of crime and "express raw emotions in a powerful but non-violent way." However, over time, krump has become a separate subculture with its own pronounced philosophy, music and slang. nine0005
Dancing since 2012, krump since 2013. Operates under the alias One Shot . He has been teaching for over four years. She gave master classes in Germany, Latvia, Estonia, England, Japan and other countries.
When: 23, 24, 14: 00–16: 00
Papping ( Popping ) - dance style, growing from earlier forms called boogaloo (boogaloo) and originated in California. The peculiarity of the style lies in the process of muscle contraction, which creates the effect of a sharp flinch in the dancer's body - pop (from English pop - "clap") or hit (from English hit - "hit"). The movement is carried out continuously in the rhythm of the music in combination with various movements and postures.
Works under the pseudonym Twist . Dancing experience - 15 years, teaching - 7. Participant in the show "Dancing" on TNT. nine0027
When: November 30, Dec 2, 14: 00–16: 00
hip-hop-one of the most “free” street styles , which became popular due to the development of the musical genre of the same name. The dance incorporated the techniques of breakdancing, locking, popping. The basis of the movements is the groove - a rhythmic sensation that makes the body move to the beat of the music.
Works under the pseudonym EGO . Founder of Studio P.L.U.R. DC. Choreographer of the show "Dancing" on TNT (seasons 2-4). Resident of the dance center "PRODANCES". Teaching experience - 17 years. Breaking This style requires great strength, stretching and body control, because a significant part of the dance takes place in the stalls - on the floor. nine0005
Works under the pseudonym Bolgarin. He started his dancing career in 2002 in Bulgaria. Breaking teacher at Leader Sport and Tauras-Fitness fitness centers, dance schools Right Dance and Effort . Participated in performances and theatrical performances. He gave master classes in Russia and Europe.
When: 14, 16 Dec, 14:00-16:00
Locking (from English lock - “lock”) is a combination of fast movements and fading in improvisational positions for a short time, after which the dance continues at the same speed. This style is based on quick and sharp hand gestures and more relaxed movements of the hips and legs.
Works under the pseudonym Vovan Gudym. Choreographer of the "Dances" project and curator of the "New Dances" project on TNT. Movement Leader Locking4life Russia and project team ID Crew. Competition Winner Juste Debout 2017 .
Lecture on the history of street styles from Denis Bubnov
When: 21 Dec, 14: 00–16: 30
The program will end with a lecture by Denis Bubnov on the history of street styles, where participants will be able to reinforce their knowledge about already studied choreographic directions with new facts. nine0005
Dancer (experience - 17 years), teacher, musician. As part of his master classes, he regularly lectures on the history of hip-hop culture. She is the author of theoretical and practical educational online materials for dancers.
When: 21 Dec, 17:30–19:30
and take turns going to the center to show their knowledge and skills or just share their dance. nine0005
Within the framework of our laboratory, jam was invented so that participants could open up even more, get to know each other, exchange energy and experience gained in the classroom. Those who wish can come and support the dancers along with the teachers.
A dance production company that has been organizing various events from local intensives and jams to international gatherings and large-scale events on the New Stage of the Alexandrinsky Theater for more than 12 years. nine0005
One of the founders of the krump movement in the former CIS. Dance experience - 18 years, 17 of them in krump. Choreographer of the show "Dancing" on TNT and the opening of "Formula 1" in Saudi Arabia.
Dancer (over 14 years of experience) and teacher (over 11 years). The main direction is hip-hop.
Good Foot dance studio in Nizhny Novgorod - Modern dances for children and youth
Dance studio GOOD FOOT provides training in the most modern and fashionable dance styles. Good Foot is one of the largest dance schools in Nizhny Novgorod.
We are aimed at children, teenagers and young people, but adults will also find dancing to their taste. Our students start at age 3.
Dance classes for children and young people
Exclusive preparatory groups for young children
Dances and classes for girls
Good Foot Dance Studio is more than just a dance school!
Dance training begins in children of 3-4 years of age with rhythm. For children from 5 to 7 years old, we have exclusive specialized preparatory groups in such areas as Breakdance, Hip-Hop and Jazz-Funk (Modern Choreography). In these groups, both a professional physical training coach and a dance coach work with the guys. nine0005
After the age of 7, the guys are engaged in children's, but specialized groups in the main modern dance styles, and when they reach 10 years old, they become more independent, training and dancing on the same level with more advanced guys.
Along with training in the gym, the guys prepare and take part in regular competitions, intra-school rating events, dance concerts and performances.
Raising strong dancers with a strong individual and bright style is the main task of our trainers. They are professional and passionate modern, street and classical dancers.
A decent level of training, a rich program of intra-school and extracurricular activities - all this creates opportunities for communication and development of children, which is very important for the formation of a whole personality in a teenager.