How to do the low dance

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LOW 🕺🏻💥 DANCECHALLENGE‼️Do it with ur bestie 👫‼️ @alinadllr #low #lowtutorial #duodancechallenge #lowdancechallenge

19.9K Likes, 195 Comments. TikTok video from BlackfootSenpai (@senpaiblackfoot): "LOW 🕺🏻💥 DANCECHALLENGE‼️Do it with ur bestie 👫‼️ @alinadllr #low #lowtutorial #duodancechallenge #lowdancechallenge". 🚹 | 🚺 | 🥊↖️↙️↖️↙️ | .... Low.


Low - m_a_r_i_a


Shaira Bhan

#tutorial #low #dancechallenge #hiphop #learn dc me

699 Likes, 9 Comments. TikTok video from Shaira Bhan (@shairabhan): "#tutorial #low #dancechallenge #hiphop #learn dc me". Hiphop beg class | Zoom recording . Low (feat. T-Pain).


Low (feat. T-Pain) - Flo Rida



Low Remix Tutorial. #low #lowdancechallenge #lowdancechallengeaccepted #dance #choreo

5.2K Likes, 6 Comments. TikTok video from nardeen_amgad (@nardeen_amgad): "Low Remix Tutorial. #low #lowdancechallenge #lowdancechallengeaccepted #dance #choreo". original sound.


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D Planet Dance Studio

Beginner class : k.phetoey 🎵 Flo Rida - Low #dplanetdancestudio #dplanetstudio #beginner #dance #florida #low

TikTok video from D Planet Dance Studio (@dplanet. dancestudio): "Beginner class : k.phetoey 🎵 Flo Rida - Low #dplanetdancestudio #dplanetstudio #beginner #dance #florida #low". Low (feat. T-Pain).


Low (feat. T-Pain) - Flo Rida


Ashley Beito

LOW - STEP ROUTINE #ComeDanceWithMe #ScreamItOut #TurboTaxAndRelax #stepworkout #stepaerobics

1K Likes, 10 Comments. TikTok video from Ashley Beito (@ashley.beito): "LOW - STEP ROUTINE #ComeDanceWithMe #ScreamItOut #TurboTaxAndRelax #stepworkout #stepaerobics". 🔥LOW🔥 STEP ROUTINE | Low (feat. T-Pain).


Low (feat. T-Pain) - Flo Rida


Rhham Galicha🌀

Try this simple dance step. DC Me: Low by Flo Rida. Tag me when you do this. #batang90s #lowbyflorida #lowbyfloridadancechallenge

201 Likes, 27 Comments. TikTok video from Rhham Galicha🌀 (@littlejon15): "Try this simple dance step. DC Me: Low by Flo Rida. Tag me when you do this. #batang90s #lowbyflorida #lowbyfloridadancechallenge". DC Me: Low by Flo Rida | Batang 90s. original sound - Rhham Galicha.


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Juli Jo | Dance Tutorials

Low Dance Tutorial👯‍♀️ (slowed) Try with your bestie💛 tag dc #slowdancetutorial #slowdancetutorial #julijodance

1.1K Likes, 35 Comments. TikTok video from Juli Jo | Dance Tutorials (@julijo06): "Low Dance Tutorial👯‍♀️ (slowed) Try with your bestie💛 tag dc #slowdancetutorial #slowdancetutorial #julijodance". 👯‍♀️Low Dance Tutorial👯‍♀️ | partner dance (they do opposite) | punch up & down 4x | . ... Low.


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The aim is not to sweat 💦 ✌️😜🔥🔥#tiktokzambia #yomaps #princeluv

2.8K Likes, 14 Comments. TikTok video from OT_Choreographer (@ototassy54): "The aim is not to sweat 💦 ✌️😜🔥🔥#tiktokzambia #yomaps #princeluv". original sound.


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Step by step #r0w4 #dancetutorial #tutorial

35.7K Likes, 57 Comments. TikTok video from Yhan (@yhanyhanny): "Step by step #r0w4 #dancetutorial #tutorial". Step 1 | Step 2 | Step 3 | .... Nicki x Rema x FKA x Chris x Ku lo Sa x K D Mashup.


Nicki x Rema x FKA x Chris x Ku lo Sa x K D Mashup - Kevindaveprod

10 Basic Dance Moves Anyone Can Learn

Do you ever watch someone dance and wonder how they come up with moves so easily?

Great dancers often master a specific set of moves that they can fall back on again and again.

Read on for 10 basic dance moves you can learn in minutes and use every time you wanna dance.

P.S. You can learn all of these moves for FREE on STEEZY Studio! No cc required. 😉

1. The Two-Step

When I first started dancing at parties, the Two-Step was the first move that truly came naturally to me.

It really is as simple as stepping from side to side to the beat!

If you're looking for something foolproof that allows you to just groove and enjoy the music...

Boom. Here it is.

2. The Monestary

This move was born in a club called Monestary out in St. Louis!

It’s built on a Two-Step, so if you took that class, you’ve already got a foundation for the footwork.

But rather than bringing your feet together, you’ll tap them to the front with your knee and foot turned inward.

Then, as you tap the feet, you’ll move your arms and shoulders in a circular movement.

3. Booty Pop (Side To Side)

Like the Woah, this sexy move is super TikTok-friendly – but with more feminine energy.

To do a booty pop to the side, you’re gonna bend your knees, put your hands on one knee, and then bring the other leg from bent to straight while turning your knee inward.

If you’re a long-haired baddie, be sure to keep all your hair on one side so it doesn’t flop in your face as you pop!

Read this article on How To Dance Sexy to get more tips on pulling off moves like this one!

4. The Billy Bounce

Surprise – this club-ready move is built on… a bounce!

But what makes it unique is that your knees will come inward on each bounce rather than just up and down.

Once you’ve got the funky lil knee bounce down, you’ll add in an upward kick on each side.
The best thing about this move is that while the footwork takes a few minutes to learn, you don’t necessarily need to add an arm movement to make it look cool.

Just keep your arms front and center.

5. The Woah

Even if you’re not actively involved in the dance community, you’ve probably seen people hitting the Woah – on TikTok, Reels... all over your newsfeed!

Whether you wanna make a viral video of your own, or you’re just looking for a fun, basic dance move to pull out at the clerb, this one is too good not to learn.

Since the locking arm motion is so sharp and pronounced, use the Woah to accent the heaviest bass beats in your favorite songs.

6. The Dougie

Yes, the Dougie is a real dance move!

Like the Two-Step, you’ll be shifting your weight from side to side, but this time, adding some shoulder movements and a lil more attitude.

Try this one out to some songs other than the one that made it famous – you’ll find it works with any hype beat.

7. Scoop Arm Into Hip Sway

Sooo this one is more of combo than a move, but it only takes a few minutes to learn and it works with any fun sassy song…

So it deserves to be here, ok?!

For this move, you’re gonna scoop your arm across your chest, then bring it over your head, and finally point it in front of your chest.

Once you point the arm in front of you, you’ll sway your hips from side to side and groove it out.

8. The Bust Down

The Bust Down was popularized by LA rapper, Blueface, in his 2019 club jam “Thotiana”.

You’re gonna grab your belt, put one arm in the air, and allow your body to dip with the beat.

Note: Licking your eyebrows like Blueface is fun, but not required. 😛

9. The Biz Markie

The Biz Markie is an old school party dance inspired by, you guessed it, rapper Biz Markie!

It rose to popularity in the 90s, when Biz Markie himself began performing it on stage.

As you practice it, remember to allow your shoulders to bounce – the bounce is what gives this move its cool, laidback flavor.

Wanna learn more about classic Hip Hop moves? Read this: How To Dance Hip Hop for Beginners

10. The Humpty

For this bouncy move, you’re gonna circle your hips to one side as your bend your knees.

Then, you’ll jump and cross your legs, allowing your feet to tap the floor briefly before you jump back to your original legs apart position.

Once you’ve got that down, you can complete the move by adding in a windmill motion with your arms.

The leg cross in this move makes it perfect for any Hip Hop song that features a double bass (aka that BOOM BOOM sound that you hear in songs like “Lip Gloss” by Lil Mama)

We hope you enjoyed learning some of our favorite basic dance moves.

Of course, this list is just a start!

In addition to the 10 moves on this list, STEEZY Studio has 100+ other FREE beginner classes where you can learn step-by-step from the world’s best teachers.

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What does Flex mean? How to learn how to flex your arms and legs correctly

Today you can find many different incomprehensible words on the Internet and in the speech of young people. Mostly they are based on English words, as this language is now popular all over the world. Sometimes the word takes on an unrecognizable form. And therefore it cannot be translated into either Russian or English in order to get an accurate translation and understand the meaning. Today we will learn what it means to flex in the jargon and how to learn how to flex with your hands and feet correctly.


  • How did the word “flex” come about and what does it mean?
  • What is "low flex" or "low flex"
  • How to learn to dance with hands and feet
  • History of dance
  • Correct flexing movements

How did the word "flex" come about and what does it mean?

The word "flex" still has not changed beyond recognition. Therefore, you can define its English ancestor - the word "flexible".

What does “flexible” mean in Russian. The word has already passed to us in the form of slang from American teenagers . In America, it meant "to show off", "to show something off", "to show off in public".

There is a dictionary on the English Internet that can explain a lot of incomprehensible words from youth slang -

Quite often people argue about the meaning of a given word. And often both sides are right, since it has more than one meaning.

To better understand what “flexing” is and understand this issue, read this article to the end. There are other obscure words in youth slang. For example, CHSV - read what it is.

In the CIS, the word "flex" is used in several meanings at once. It is often used by musical performers and lovers of dancing and moving to cool music. In the meaning of "let's flex today" it means "swing to the beat", "moving rhythmically to the beat of the music." There is even a new dance style - Flexing .

It includes several styles at once. Characterized by flexible movements, sometimes reminiscent of chaos .

What is "low flex" or "low flex"

There is also the expression "low flex", which in many ways is similar to the phrase "cheap show off". Used to address a person who failed to make a proper impression on the public. For example, his income is not enough to show off . Or his "cheap market" clothes. Often, among those who are just starting to understand all these new slangs, a completely logical question arises, why not just say - "putting out"?

After all, this is really simpler and more understandable than any foreign words there. But show off, unfortunately, is the basis for creating the creativity of rappers and other musical performers. Teenagers quickly adopt the speech of their idols and try to use it in everyday life. This, it seems to them, gives reason to consider themselves ahead of the rest. And a new word, as a rule, in the English manner is more interesting. Since it is a show off multiplied by a show off.

Sometimes the phrase "low flex" is used when dancers are doing dance moves near the floor. That is - low dance . Often such a performance can be seen in the performance of the vocalist at the time of the completion of the musical composition. To increase the visual effect of your performance .

How to learn to dance with your hands and feet

All teenagers and not only want to follow fashion trends. Therefore, the Internet is filled with questions about how to learn how to flex correctly. After all, everyone knows how to do it wrong - just twirl the rhythm of the music with their hands and feet. But in fact, most dance styles are free. All you have to do is stick to the beat, choose the right song and look at some examples . Watching a lesson from a professional is quite difficult. Because there are very few of them.

Before any body movements, you need to warm up properly. Sprains, dislocations and bruises are constant companions of dancers. Then you need to decide on the music that is suitable for this dance.

To learn what it is to flex and learn how to do it correctly with your hands and feet, get acquainted with songs and creativity: Kids Turbogun

These songs are perfect for dance practice. To see the movements with your own eyes, you can open YouTube and find a suitable teacher yourself. On video hosting - a large number of lessons. You will also have a large selection of dance performers. If you don't like one, open the search and find another. Everything is quite simple.

The history of dance

The history of dance begins in Brooklyn (New York), several communities connected to the borough. Flexing performers perform sinuous movements of the arms and legs to the rhythm of the music, which features reggae . Also, this dance includes several well-known movements: tetting bone, breaking, waving, gliding. Flexing dancers often wear a cap to make their performance more spectacular.

And they take off their T-shirts, moving to the beat of the music with a bare torso. The performers of the new dance direction are called Flexers.

Hip-hop music is most often selected for Flexing. But the dance was not invented in the hip-hop culture. It was created based on the already existing Jamaican street style. Which has its own name "Bruk Up" or in English: Bruk Up. The latter requires reggae or dancehall music to be realized. For the first time, Flexing is mentioned in events: The LXD, America's Best Dance Crew. Also on YouTube Play.

If you are interested in more information about the origins of the dance and other details on this topic, check out the pages:


See also: what does chi mean yes?

The correct movements of Flexing

To understand the Flexing dance as closely as possible and learn interesting movements, you can watch a video on YouTube.

In it, several dark-skinned young people demonstrate elements of the newfangled dance. These guys attended the events linked above. The video demonstrates some movements for which serious preparation is needed. For example, an element with a dislocated arm or a trick with caps .

In the video above, young performers demonstrate Flexing at the aforementioned The LXD event. We can see that even video editing can be involved in Flexing. This creates a truly amazing spectacle.

The dance is quite free, as you can find cases on the net where it is mixed with artistic forms, and also danced by the group . It does not have a certain framework and the exact number of dancers.

Although there are several fundamental principles of dance. Flexing has absorbed such characteristic features as flexibility, rhythm. If you follow the dancers, you will see that their movements involve more arms and legs. Elements can be circular or translational. Or even vague, but they should follow the rhythm of the music and look impressive accordingly.

Flexing is sometimes understood as an impromptu dance. Or a dance without any recognizable movement technique. Many popular dance clubs today will not teach you this dance. Since they do not have data about in which direction they need to work. Perhaps it depends on the fact that the dance is just starting to become popular. But in the future, you will definitely be able to turn to professionals to find out what Flexing is. And learn how to move (flex) with your legs and arms correctly.

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Bass dance - frwiki.


Bass dance.

Bass dance or bassedanse is a European dance from aristocratic balls, in a procession of open couples. The dance is slow and majestic, hence the name of the low dance , in contrast to high dance which is more lively and jumpy. The dance appears low in European courts at the beginning of XV - century and ceases to be fashionable at the end of XVI - century or early XVII - century.

Described around 1455 by Domenico da Piacenza and his successors Guglielmo Ebreo and Antonio Cornazzano, the bass dance became popular in France a few years later and is detailed in two major works: Manuscript des basses danses dit de Marie de Bourgogne (circa 1495). ) and " The Art and Teaching of Dance " by Michel Toulouse (circa 1496).


  • 1 Bass dance structure
    • 1.1 Steps
    • 1.2 Measures
    • 1.3 Combinations
  • 2 Small dances
  • 3 Bass dance by Arbo
  • 4 Bibliography

Bass dance structure

The bass dance consists of several steps connected endlessly in different measures .


  • reverence , denoted by the letter R : this is the greeting of the partner with which one starts any low dance
  • approach or recovery represented by letter :
    • gait: put the right foot slightly behind the left, on pointe shoes
    • three steps: (1) put the right foot a little behind the left, on pointe shoes, (2) put the left foot on the left, turning to the right towards the lady, (3) put the right foot a little behind the left, on pointe shoes, returning to the starting position
  • movement represented by the letter b : two small lateral steps (left, right), the body accompanying the movement with a slight swing
  • plain which always goes in two, represented by the letters ss :
    • first single: left foot forward, joining from right to left
    • second single: right foot forward, connection from left to right (see branle)
  • double , denoted by the letter D :
    • first double: 3 steps (left, right, left), connection from right to left
    • second take: 3 steps (right, left, right), connect left to right (see branle)

"Two single steps, a double step, a walk and a dash take as much time as the other. "


The bass dance is divided into three parts, respectively consisting of the following sequences of steps:

  • large measure , or bass dance record : R b ss DDDDD ss RRR b (5 doubles)
  • medium measure : ss ss ddd prr b (3 doubles)
  • small measure : ss d prr b (1 double)

Each measure can be:

  • (very) perfect : ss double ss rrr b
  • more than perfect : ss double ss rb
  • imperfect : ss double rrr b
  • very imperfect : SS double rb


Various combinations give the following table:

large measure (excellent p b SS dddd SS prr b
more than perfect p b SS dddd SS p b
imperfect p b SS dddd prr b
very imperfect p b SS dddd p b
average (excellent SS ddd SS prr b
more than perfect SS ddd SS p b
imperfect SS ddd prr b
very imperfect SS ddd p b
small measure (excellent SS d SS prr b
more than perfect SS d SS p b
imperfect SS d prr b
very imperfect SS d p b

Some low dances

The descriptions are identical in the Brussels manuscript and in the Michel Toulouse edition.

  • Le petit Rouen (40 notes in 5 measures):
P b ss dddd prr b ss d prr b ss ddd prr b ss d prr b ss ddd prr b
excellent measure, very ideal small imperfect measure average imperfect measure small imperfect measure mean imperfect measure
  • Girls getting married (32 notes x 4 bars):
P b ss ddd ss prr b ss d prr b ss ddd ss prr b ss d prr b
very perfect medium measure small imperfect measure very perfect medium measure small imperfect measure
  • Roy's Bass Dance (48 notes in 5 bars)
P b ss dddd prr b ss ddd prr b ss dddd prr b ss ddd prr b ss dddd prr b
heavily deficient average imperfect measure heavily deficient average imperfect measure heavily deficient

Bass dance by Arbaud

In 1589, the Orchésographie of Tuane Arbaud describes the bass dance as a sequence of three parts:

  • low dance (note the alternation of in and in , which is equivalent in duration)
R b ss drd rb ss dddrd rb ss drb leave
very perfect medium measure means a very imperfect measure small, very imperfect measure
  • bass dance return
bdrb ss dddrd rb leave
very perfect small measure large measure very imperfect
  • tracking turdion