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The Ultimate Stag Party Dance Moves
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The Ultimate Stag Party Dance Moves
Lads, we are blessed as a sex with many talents. We excel at drinking, watching sports and generally have the innate ability to be thinking of absolutely nothing which just drives women mad. One thing we are not blessed with and it’s something or female counter parts do with great elegance is…Dancing. We don’t flow or glide over the floor like our female counterparts. What we do have in our arsenal is some of our tried and tested, our go to move when we hear that song playing. These moves are what make up the Ultimate Stag Party Dance Moves.
Jumping, Just Jumping
Let’s be honest here lads when you’ve had a few the coordination may not all be there. So when you hear one of your favourite songs. You go with what you know and just jump, and jump up and down in the one spot. It works a dream for rocking songs not some much for more low key songs. But sure in a club who cares.
The next step up from this is jumping with the finger pointing. Everyone has done it and makes it look like you can keep a beat. But on a stag party you’ll be using it to point at your best mate and letting him know what a great night it is.
Stacking the Shelves
This is a pretty cringey dance move and if you can pull it off and look cool doing it. Well fair play because you’re one in a million. But cringey dance moves belong on the stag party night. So spread everyone aside on the dance floor and proudly stack those shelves.
Even if you can’t do a moonwalk properly, when a bit of Micheal Jackson comes on you’ll be busting out this great dance move. You might feel like you’re actually doing the moon walk but to everyone who is looking at you on the dance floor, you’re just walking backwards. But who cares you’re on your stag party.
The Water Sprinkler
A personal favourite of mine is the water sprinkler dance move. You can do it 2 ways. You can either place your right elbow in your left hand and do the sprinkler motion. The other option is one hand behind your head and with your other arm extended out making the sprinkler motion. A great stag party dance move that always gets a good reaction from the lads.
The greatest of all dance moves. If someone can’t appreciate this fantastic dance move well then they are just sad sad individuals. A dance move that not only brings a smile to your own face but to so many people around you. Just look at it.
So will you be busting out any of The Ultimate Stag Party Dance Moves on your stag party weekend? You know you’ll really want to do the Carlton.
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Lawn mowers and pasta hands. Why do women dance - DSnews.ua
Scientists consider hip and arm movements to be the sexiest female steps
Scientists have identified the most attractive female dance moves. "Lawnmower," "sprinkler," and the move affectionately referred to as "pasta hands" didn't make the list. Popular Science writes about the results of an unusual study.
British psychologists asked 39 college students to dance to the drums from a song by popular British singer Robbie Williams. Motion capture technology recorded their movements, which were then uploaded into a digital avatar. The Avatar ensured that heterosexual men and women would only judge dances on the basis of movement, and not on the dancer's physique or other qualities. Almost like Dancing with the Stars, but with less drama and more scientific standardization.
The study was published in the "Research Papers" section by a group of researchers from Northumbria University (Newcastle, UK). She previously identified the sexiest male dance moves. It turned out that the best male dance moves are concentrated in the upper body, and the best female dance moves are concentrated in the hips and arms.
So, according to the respondents, a good dancer moves
All people dance, but scientists are not entirely sure why they do it. It is unlikely that boogie-woogie has ever saved a life. On the contrary, dancing eats up time and energy that can be spent on finding food or raising offspring. But in all cultures, dancing is part of the courtship ritual, a way to show off as a potential partner. A team of researchers from Northumbria University hope that by understanding what dance people consider good, it will be possible to learn more about its evolutionary function.
The people who assessed the movements in the study gave the highest scores to dances that included swaying the hips and asymmetrical leg movements (where the legs moved differently). They also preferred average levels of asymmetric hand movements.
The researchers suggest that these movements may have been prioritized because they show the dancer's health and femininity. Rocking the hips, for example, is a "decidedly feminine trait" that can be used as a signal of fertility. Meanwhile, the ability to separately move the arms may indicate a good state of motor functions. True, as noted in the article, "until this independence of the limbs borders on unrestrained pathological movement."
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And this is an example of a "bad" dancer
Scientists admit that the results of their research cannot be called universal. "Dance is culturally dependent," says study co-author Niv Nave, "so there may be some differences in certain movements or gestures." However, people usually agree on who is a good dancer and who is a bad one. "Thus, the idea that dance moves can convey truthful information about a dancer's reproductive qualities seems sound," says the researcher.
Does this mean that you need to stop making movements with pasta hands? Not at all. The authors of the study note that various configurations of movements can lead to a high assessment of dance. For example, a woman who doesn't like to move her arms can look like a "sexy" dancer if she combines less hip swaying with more asymmetrical leg movement. Or a lot of hip swaying and less asymmetrical leg movement. But who would really want to do that kind of calculation while dancing?
Also, not everyone dances to attract someone. Regardless of what dance has become, it can serve a wide variety of functions in today's society - to bond with friends or just to have fun.
"Lady, don't give up on your favorite dance moves. Dance like no one appreciates your fertility!" - urge the authors of the article.
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- #Culture How to learn to dance shuffle - Lifehacker
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This dance style includes a lot of freedom and improvisation. That is why he is so good. You can master the basic movements in a couple of hours, and then complicate them to infinity and combine them with each other, create your own combinations and spy on others.
Dance in sneakers, socks or barefoot, in any outfit, anywhere.
Master the basic movements of the shuffle
In this style, you do all the basic movements with your feet, the hands most often move freely - according to the heart.
This is the most basic and essential shuffle movement. You can do it in three different ways.
The movement begins by bending your knee and lifting one leg. Next, you need to simultaneously put both legs - supporting and raised - at a distance of one step from each other.
The raised leg is placed forward on a full foot, the standing one behind slips back on the ball of the foot and remains on it - the heel is not placed on the floor. The weight is evenly distributed between the two legs.
After that, it remains to return to the starting position. To do this, the front leg slides back, and at the same time, the back leg is pulled up. You find yourself in the starting position and repeat the cycle. The movement itself is soft and springy: do not stick into the floor, keep your legs relaxed.
This is a lighter and faster running man look that may be needed for some combinations. Here you put your foot not on the whole foot, but on the heel. At the same time, the one standing behind remains on the toe.
In this variation, the foot is placed forward on the pad. At the same time, the one standing behind also remains on the ball of the foot, and the body leans slightly back.
In this movement, one foot constantly makes a “herringbone” - turns the heel in and out - and the second touches the floor and immediately rises back.
When the heel of the skating leg turns inward, the toe of the other leg touches the floor; when outward, the other leg rises, turning the knee inward.
It turns out two positions: closed - when the legs are wrapped with the knees inward, and one leg is raised, and open - when the legs are turned out with the knees outward, and the toe touches the floor. Practice doing the T-step in both directions: slowly at first, then with acceleration.
You jump on one foot, and the other touches the floor in different places: on the side of the supporting leg, across, behind - anywhere you want. You can put your foot on the toe or on the heel - the latter is called a kick. The supporting leg can simply rise low or perform a T-step - move the heel out and in.
To begin, you turn your knees and toes inward and lift one leg. Then turn your toes and knees outward, and put your raised leg forward crosswise. Repeat the same with the other leg.
All movement takes place on the balls of the feet, the heels do not fall to the floor. You can move both forward and backward.
First, with a jump, you put your feet crosswise with your toes out, then with the same jump, spread your legs to the sides.
One leg is straight, stands on the whole foot, the other is with a bent knee on the pad. Leaning on the pad, you slip the foot of a straight leg back, as if wiping the sole on the floor.
Immediately after the slip, you turn around. In the turn, the straight leg bends and goes to the pad, and the one that was on the pad, on the contrary, turns on the heel. After that, it remains only to change legs and move in the same way in the other direction.
From the starting position - standing with a raised leg, as in Running man - you turn your hips to the side with a jump and put your legs crosswise.
The front foot is on the heel, the back foot is on the ball. Then you jump back to the starting position and do the same on the other side.
From the starting position, you turn your hips to the side with a jump and spread your legs a step apart from each other. The standing foot in front is placed on the heel, the standing one behind remains on the pillow. Then, with a jump, you collect your legs and do the same on the other side.
Try other variations of the basic shuffle movements
You can perform basic movements in different directions: forward and backward, turning around. This will give you more freedom to improvise.
Variations Running man
Do several times in place and then turn around. You can also try walking this way to the side. Each time the leg will need to be placed slightly crossed in order to slowly move to the side.
You can lower your foot on the toe, on the whole foot, touch the floor to the side of the supporting leg or forward and behind it.
You can also keep the other leg on the floor at all - leave it on the toe and turn the knee in and out.
Here one more element is added to the movement – the heel strike. In the starting position, you wrap the toes of the feet and knees inward, and then jump on the heels, turning the socks to the sides.
From this position, without jumping, you turn your toes and knees inward, cross your legs with a jump, turning your feet with your toes outward, and then return to the starting position.
After three turns of the Charleston, turn both toes in one direction and then in the other. At the end, you can turn the knee to the side.
Combine familiar shuffle moves
While you lack the skills to move freely and come up with something of your own, learn a few combinations. They contain interesting movements that will replenish your dance vocabulary.
This is a simple combination of two basic movements - Running man and T-step. First take five Running man steps, then four T-steps to the side and repeat the same in the opposite direction.
Another combination of two basic movements. Here you do three Running mans, then one T‑step with a back foot touch, and two front heel touch kicks. The same on the other side.
There are no standard steps here, but there are already familiar Sidekick and transition from heels to toes.
Learn more difficult combinations
We will add some videos with good combinations.
1. Cool video for beginners: movements are repeated in slow motion to make it easier to dance to the music.
2. And here the combination is analyzed step by step in slow motion, dividing it into three parts. Very comfortably. Look for more on this channel, there are several such analyzes.
3. There is no slowdown here, just a great combination. But you already know almost all the movements, so you can figure it out. If something is not clear, watch the video at a speed of 0.