How to do the cyclone dance
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Thomas James Roberts
The Cyclone Reject #tutorial #shuffle #dance #foryou #fyp
TikTok video from Thomas James Roberts (@tjr_official): "The Cyclone Reject #tutorial #shuffle #dance #foryou #fyp". Tutorial | Cyclone Reject. 原聲.
原聲 - Mj.无名氏
This is how you do a cyclone!! #dancer #hiphop #duh #trend #blowthisup #tiktoktutorial #shake #fyp #foryou #joke
TikTok video from ✨Babisfunny✨ (@babisfunny): "This is how you do a cyclone!! #dancer #hiphop #duh #trend #blowthisup #tiktoktutorial #shake #fyp #foryou #joke". Listen... this is clearly how you do the cyclone. Duh. Cyclone (feat. T-Pain) (Main).
Cyclone (feat. T-Pain) (Main) - Baby Bash
John Jeff Allones ♐️
Replying to @apo ni tikboy eto na po ang tutorial! Cover niyo na agad! #fypシ #foryourpage #fyp #dance #viral #rpg #abcxyz #xyzbca
139 Likes, 9 Comments. TikTok video from John Jeff Allones ♐️ (@johnjeffallones): "Replying to @apo ni tikboy eto na po ang tutorial! Cover niyo na agad! #fypシ #foryourpage #fyp #dance #viral #rpg #abcxyz #xyzbca". Left | Right | Cyclone dance challenge tutorial. original sound - Roshe.Tv.
original sound - Roshe.Tv
made her learn my dance just so I wouldn’t by my self, give me dance credits! 🙌🏻 #cyclone #IFeelWeightless #makemeviral #makemefamous #foryou #fyp
42. 8K Likes, 193 Comments. TikTok video from Ava Grace (@avaedenfield): "made her learn my dance just so I wouldn’t by my self, give me dance credits! 🙌🏻 #cyclone #IFeelWeightless #makemeviral #makemefamous #foryou #fyp". NEW DANCE🥶 | Ingore destinee, she messed up🙈. original sound.
original sound - Ava Grace
Tutorial Cyclone ❤️ parte 1 IG be.twerkfit #tutorial #fyp #xbyzca
120.9K Likes, 238 Comments. TikTok video from Sofia Cardenas (@betwerkfit): "Tutorial Cyclone ❤️ parte 1 IG be.twerkfit #tutorial #fyp #xbyzca". Tutorial Twerk🔥🍑 | Ig be.twerkfit. sonido original.
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Bev & Haily BeatBoxing Fitness
Cyclone. . DANCE FITNESS ROUTINE!! Full version in our online workouts through our website/app. Bringing back an old favorite!! 🔥 #workout #beatboxingfitness #fyp #dancefitness #weightloss #athomeworkouts #cyclone
1.3K Likes, 15 Comments. TikTok video from Bev & Haily BeatBoxing Fitness (@beatboxingfitness): "Cyclone.. DANCE FITNESS ROUTINE!! Full version in our online workouts through our website/app. Bringing back an old favorite!! 🔥 #workout #beatboxingfitness #fyp #dancefitness #weightloss #athomeworkouts #cyclone". Cyclone.. FITNESS ROUTINE!! 🔥🖤 | *preview, full routine in our online workouts*. Cyclone (feat. T-Pain).
Cyclone (feat. T-Pain) - Baby Bash
. 💃Dancer NanA MAEDA 🎵Baby Bash - Cyclone ▪️Choreo by NanA MAEDA ▫️TUESDAY 🔵Learner Class 16:30-18:00 HIPHOP BASIC ▫️FRIDAY 🟣Master Class 16:30-18:00 HIPHOP ※10月からSTART -------------------------------------------- ✔️Class Level説明 🟡Level 1→入門 ▫️初めてダンスをする方にオススメ 🔵Level 2→初級 ▫️ダンス経験がある方にオススメ 🟣Level 3→中級(通常) ▫️ダンスが上達したい方にオススメ ✔️小学生・中学生Master Class説明 ▫️先生が生徒をしっかりと管理しダンスを 上達させる集中クラス ▫️ノートを持参して頂ければ 各先生によってやり取りは異なりますが 先生と生徒さんで目標などをシェアしたり アドバイスなども普段からやり取りできます！ ▫️月の最後には生徒さん個人での動画を 撮影し保護者様にも成果を共有したいと 思っております！ ▫️それぞれのクラスで4ヶ月に 一回テストを実施し評価をします。 (先生からアドバイスなどをもらえます) ※テスト内容は受講者のみにお伝え致します。 また、評価が良かった生徒さんには 特典もございます‼︎ 切磋琢磨しレベルアップを目指す 育成クラスです。 ※3Classでのお申し込みとなります -------------------------------------------- #BabyBash ##TPain #Cyclone #c pop ##kpopdance ##tokyo ##harajuku ##dancestudio #withkstudio
TikTok video from WITH-K (@dancestudiowithk): ". 💃Dancer NanA MAEDA 🎵Baby Bash - Cyclone ▪️Choreo by NanA MAEDA ▫️TUESDAY 🔵Learner Class 16:30-18:00 HIPHOP BASIC ▫️FRIDAY 🟣Master Class 16:30-18:00 HIPHOP ※10月からSTART -------------------------------------------- ✔️Class Level説明 🟡Level 1→入門 ▫️初めてダンスをする方にオススメ 🔵Level 2→初級 ▫️ダンス経験がある方にオススメ 🟣Level 3→中級(通常) ▫️ダンスが上達したい方にオススメ ✔️小学生・中学生Master Class説明 ▫️先生が生徒をしっかりと管理しダンスを 上達させる集中クラス ▫️ノートを持参して頂ければ 各先生によってやり取りは異なりますが 先生と生徒さんで目標などをシェアしたり アドバイスなども普段からやり取りできます！ ▫️月の最後には生徒さん個人での動画を 撮影し保護者様にも成果を共有したいと 思っております！ ▫️それぞれのクラスで4ヶ月に 一回テストを実施し評価をします。 (先生からアドバイスなどをもらえます) ※テスト内容は受講者のみにお伝え致します。 また、評価が良かった生徒さんには 特典もございます‼︎ 切磋琢磨しレベルアップを目指す 育成クラスです。 ※3Classでのお申し込みとなります -------------------------------------------- #BabyBash ##TPain#Cyclone #cpop ##kpopdance##tokyo##harajuku##dancestudio#withkstudio". Cyclone (feat. T-Pain).
Cyclone (feat. T-Pain) - Baby Bash
My Simple and Easy dance to #cyclone ! Try it out! #newdance #momsoftiktok #thisis30 #foryou #philadelphia #dancetrend
616 Likes, 30 Comments. TikTok video from JennieMac (@jennie_mac): "My Simple and Easy dance to #cyclone! Try it out! #newdance #momsoftiktok #thisis30 #foryou #philadelphia #dancetrend". Try my dance! | Its easy! | Tag or Duet me if you do! . original sound.
original sound - JennieMac
It’s easy guys u can do it. 🔥🔥 artist @xycloneredsq DC (ME) @offical_kid3 #dance #trending #viral #jamaicatiktok #foryoupage #fyp #foryou
694 Likes, 31 Comments. TikTok video from Zhu.dripking (@zhu.dripking): "It’s easy guys u can do it. 🔥🔥 artist @xycloneredsq DC (ME) @offical_kid3 #dance #trending #viral #jamaicatiktok #foryoupage #fyp #foryou". Cyclone money challenge | Xyclone money challenge . Xyclone Money Dance Challenge.
Xyclone Money Dance Challenge - Xyclone
(DC: @itschelsaebissshhhh ) Cyclone🌀 #fyptastic #trendingdance2022
83 Likes, 8 Comments. TikTok video from ɘʏʞꙄ ɒɔiꙅꙅɘႱ (@perfectly.skye): "(DC: @itschelsaebissshhhh) Cyclone🌀 #fyptastic #trendingdance2022". Cyclone (feat. T-Pain) (Main).
Cyclone (feat. T-Pain) (Main) - Baby Bash
Black Adam's Quintessa Swindell On How Dance Inspired Cyclone's Movement And Changed Their Body Image [Exclusive Interview]
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By Jenna Busch/Oct. 10, 2022 5:20 pm EST
The long-anticipated "Black Adam" will finally hit theaters this month after more than a decade in development. Dwayne Johnson plays the titular anti-hero in the new film in the DC Extended Universe, a character who has been awakened thousands of years after being granted superpowers, now out to avenge the son he lost. He's also wildly powerful. Trying to rein him in is the Justice Society of America, an organization of heroes including Hawkman (Aldis Hodge), Dr. Fate (Pierce Brosnan), Atom Smasher (Noah Centineo), and Cyclone (Quintessa Swindell).
"Black Adam" marks the live-action debut for Cyclone, a young woman who has been given the power of the wind. Though I won't spoil anything about how she got her powers here, I did get a chance to chat with Swindell about their character (Swindell uses they/them pronouns) and the training they went through to create a visual language for Cyclone's abilities. Swindell also spoke about their desire to allow Cyclone to be "fresh and new" as well as "a solid representation of a young, modern girl," and how playing the role allowed them to connect to their body in a new way as a non-binary person.
The influence of modern dance and the freedom to create
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Note: This interview has been lightly edited for clarity and brevity.
Cyclone is a character that some audience members might not be as familiar with as some of the bigger names in DC. Can you talk a little bit about who Cyclone is and what your introduction to the character was?
Oh yeah. Maxine Hunkel, aka Cyclone, she's a young girl who's just on the verge of becoming a superhero. She's a metahuman and she's learning how to utilize her powers and to even see the scale that her powers can go to. So this is that first instance where we're seeing this young girl, who comes from a lineage of superheroes, just stepping into herself and figuring out who she is among all of these other people. And for me, I wasn't familiar with Cyclone when I first heard about the film, but through source material and all of the information from DC and doing a little research and character development in the beginning, got more familiar and got 10 times more excited to play her because she's just so special.
I know you mentioned at the trailer reveal event that modern dance was a big thing here, taking inspiration from people like Alvin Ailey and Martha Graham. So can you talk a little bit about how that came about for you in terms of a style for Cyclone?
Well, I think whenever I look at a character, I'm always like, "How can I make this person a punk? How can I make this person edgy and have a little bit of me inside of them a little bit?" So basically when I first met Jaume [Collet-Serra], we were kind of going over the ideas for the character. They mentioned how they really wanted her to move in a very specific way that almost seemed like a dance, and that was kind of how she embraced her powers and also just how she moved and created it. Because we could do something very general and normal — she just spins and then there's a tornado — but they wanted to make it really special. And for me, I was like, "If you guys want dance, I've studied dance, and I've studied physical theater and performance art." So being able to include a physical activity and rely on that for a character is like a dream come true.
So I was looking at experimental artists like Pina Bausch, I was looking at Martha Graham, how Alvin Ailey spins, and I was looking at Isadora Duncan, Loie Fuller — a bunch of different ones. But the thing that stuck out so much to me is when you look at each and every one of these artists, they all have a distinct thing about them that you can look at and be like, "That's Alvin Ailey," or "That's Martha Graham," or "That's Loie Fuller with the fabric," so you instantly know. And for me, I was thinking about how I could create a superhero that people will see without the face or without anything and be like, "That's Cyclone." So it was just to create something special. And they were also giving — our producers, Jaume — just giving that freedom to create. So that's how it all came together.
Building the right muscles for the job
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I love that you said making this punk, because modern dance was an edgy movement when it started.
Yes, it is. Yes, it is.
Was that part of it for you, too?
I mean, doing an edgy ... yeah. I mean, honestly, yeah. I think I'm most connected to things that are unapologetically themselves. And for me, I was like, "Let's do that for Cyclone. Let's create something that we haven't seen before and not push anything, but truly allow this character that we're building to breathe and really be fresh and new," and just honestly, too, a solid representation of a young, modern girl. She's quirky, she's herself, she's authentic, and she's leading with that. For me, creating that representation and having something so special and different was so important to me.
I love that so much. And I know this wasn't the same type of training that some of the other actors were going through because obviously dance is a totally different type of training. So what was a daily session for you, movement-wise?
It was cool. In Atlanta, I'd meet up with my dance double, and we'd work, we'd look at different dancers, we'd look at different movements in a studio, and we would do free-form dance, and we'd move and just see how each other's body moves and responded and try to correlate the two the best that we possibly could. Because for me, it was like, if my stunt double has muscles, I want those muscles. If my stunt double can move a certain way, then I want to be able to move the way she moves. So it was like that. I went to the gym and did all of those things, too. Not because I felt like I needed to, but I needed to have muscle that could sustain the movement.
So it was really cool. It was different, but I tell you what, being able to learn something and rediscover something for a role, I mean, there's nothing like it. Because at the end of the day, if you have no idea what you're doing, at least you know what you studied for this character. Sometimes I forget, but I'm just like, "You know what? F*** it. I know how to move." And that's Cyclone. Trust that.
Reconnecting with the body
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That's so cool. One of the other things you mentioned at the event was that stretching was a really big thing for you and that it wasn't just for the movements, but also sort of opening you up as a person. Did you study yoga or Pilates, or was it straight from the dance?
That's a great f****** question, because another aspect of the training — I went to circus school.
So at the circus school, I just really opened up my body. And my teacher, she's at the circus school in L.A. She put me on ropes, she put me on trapeze, and she taught me that in opening myself up and stretching and just being able to be flexible in movement, that I could just sustain everything.
For me, that process of stretching and feeling my body more just kind of became a really beautiful journey because as a trans person, for me specifically as a non-binary person, I spend so much time disassociating from my body that I just don't want to look at it or I don't want to feel it and I don't want to have anything to do with my body sometimes. But with Cyclone, it was all about bodily awareness. So in the stretching, I felt my body and I felt it changing, and I started to love it more and give it more attention and appreciate it more, which I've never had with any other role because the role hasn't asked for it.
More action in the future
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Oh wow. That's really cool. Just even hearing that movement can do something like that is really beautiful. Now that you've had this experience and even going through circus training — is that something that you want to continue or take into another role?
Oh my God, I would love to. [...] When I watch movies like "Suspiria," you know what I'm saying — old and new – I die because I'm just — even things like "Black Swan," but more or less "Suspiria," when I see that really intense movement, I'm like, "F***, I want to do stuff like that." Because I think any physical activity, whether it's dance, whether it's action, whether it's stunts, you have to be so present in your body. And this feeling that I've had and garnered from my overall experience with "Black Adam" is the most euphoric feeling I think I've had in my life. So when I'm looking at all of these projects that are coming through now, in the future, I feel like something has to . .. yeah, I feel like "Black Adam" ruined me because now I'm like, I only want to do action and things involving my body.
That's not a bad thing. That says something pretty great about the cast and about the whole experience.
Yeah. Oh my God, they're incredible. They're my family. Noah [Centineo] feels like a brother. Mo [Amer] feels like a weird uncle. I'm joking. I'm joking. I'm joking. [laughs]
In a good way!
In a good way!
"Black Adam" will hit theaters on October 21, 2022.
"Rita's movement resembles a death dance" | Articles
On Friday, September 23, a press conference was held at the Media Center of the Izvestia newspaper by Roman Mendelevich, Director of the Hydrometeorological Center of the Russian Federation VILFAND.
Subject: "The causes of powerful hurricanes Katrina, Nabis, Rita. Should we expect an increase in anomalous phenomena in the future."
Below we publish the main fragments of this press conference.
7 cyclones have now formed in the tropics. 50 years ago, it was decided to give all tropical formations female names. But equality has been restored, and for more than 10 years now tropical cyclones have been called by male names.
The world's attention is now focused on the movement of Tropical Cyclone Rita, which is currently moving towards the south coast of the United States. Cyclone - "Rita" originated in the eastern regions of the tropical Atlantic. It moved very slowly to the west, then gained strength near areas of the Bahamas. Moving further in the direction of Cuba, where the ocean surface temperature exceeded the norm above three degrees (there it reached 28 degrees), it intensified and, hitting the Caribbean Sea, where the temperature exceeds 31 degrees, and in some of its regions even 34 degrees, it gained such strength. A similar situation occurred with Katrina. The speed of the cyclone advance is small - 15-20 kilometers per hour. It moves in small zigzags to the north of the Caribbean. And such beautiful dance steps are reminiscent of the death dance steps, which will end tragically when entering the densely populated areas of the United States.
It must be said that a necessary condition for the formation of a tropical cyclone is the ocean surface temperature exceeding the threshold value of 26 degrees. In addition, a number of other conditions are also necessary - this is atmospheric instability, wind shear, etc. Now the wind speed in the epicenter of "Rita" is 62-65 meters per second. This is an incredible power (when a tornado swept through Moscow in 1998, its speed was 35 meters per second), in addition, it contains millions of tons of water. According to various estimates, from this tropical cyclone, when it approaches the United States, about 600 ml can fall on the ground in 24 hours. precipitation. For example, in Moscow, about 700 ml of precipitation falls on average per year. Now the exit of "Rita is expected in the border area between Texas and Louisiana tonight or at night. It will be simply impossible to avoid tragic consequences for humans, industrial and residential buildings. At a distance of 300 km from the sea, it will begin to collapse. For New Orleans, precipitation exceeding 30- 50 ml will be an ordeal.
It is now impossible to accurately predict the geographical localization of the origin of the cyclone, although it is possible to indicate the area where the probability of its origin is high. Over the past 30 years, a lot of work has been done, which made it possible to predict the trajectory of cyclones.
About the statistics of cyclones
So far, the maximum number of cyclones was registered in 1933. And it is 21. It is quite possible that this year will become a record one and the number of cyclones will exceed 21. If in the Pacific and Indian oceans the excess of the number of typhoons during this period of tropical storms (June-October) is not expected, then in the Atlantic all records are broken. 12 tropical cyclones have already been registered. This has never been seen before, and September is still in full swing. The main reason for this is due to the fact that this year in the tropical waters of the Atlantic Ocean, the temperature is 2 degrees above the norm. By the way, another record was recorded: never before two times in a row, tropical cyclones of such power have entered the United States. And one more circumstance - there is a trend towards an increase in the number of tropical formations over a 35-year period. Perhaps this is a consequence of global warming.
Can tropical hurricanes be prevented or mitigated?
In principle, humanity does not currently have energy comparable to the energy of a tropical cyclone. She is just incredible! At the same time, theoretically, work is underway in laboratories aimed at a possible decrease in the intensity of cyclones. For example, with the help of chemical reactions, it is possible to increase the temperature above the formed cyclone in the middle layers of the atmosphere in order to reduce the difference in air and water temperatures. But so far this can only be done theoretically and only in laboratory conditions. Until humanity has energy comparable to the power of natural processes, it is very difficult to say that such processes as tropical cyclones and the like can be controlled. As long as it's fantastic. From my point of view, many more decades will pass before such questions become topical.
“PILAR TOLD ME HE CAN'T DANCE ON THE STONES AND I…” • musanews
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Video gaining popularity on the net Elodie is a great success as he is also directing the film Cyclone making a remake.
Just the director of this movie Leonardo Pieraccioni he had the opportunity to recall the behind the scenes of this film in one of his Facebook posts.
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Elodie's very strong song that was filming these days made me want to see the backstage scene they did in the video. I remember that Pilar (the dancer who is going to meet Cecherini) came up to me and said, "But you can't dance on rocks." I jokingly told her: “Pilar, if you don’t dance, you will take a shovel” no. I saw her anxiously approach the assistant director and ask him, "What is a shovel? What is a groat?!". him at the door, the answer was fantastic: "If you try to get in, I'll give you a shovel ni 'rump!".0003
Publisher Official website of Leonardo Pieraconi on Sunday, July 5, 2020
Elodie's very strong song that was filming these days made me want to see the backstage scene they did in the video. I remember that Pilar (the dancer who is going to meet Cecherini) came up to me and said, "But you can't dance on rocks." I jokingly told her: “Pilar, if you don’t dance, you will take a shovel” no. I saw her anxiously approach the assistant director and ask him, "What is a shovel? What is a groat?!". him at the door, the answer was fantastic: "If you try to get in, I'll give you a shovel ni 'rump!". 0003
Recall that Il Ciclone collected a total of more than 75 billion dollars. readings in cinemas, a record for the 1996/1997 season, which ranked eighteenth in terms of revenue in the history of Italian cinema.
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