Learn how to dance like britney spears

13 Super Fun Music Video Dances To Learn While You're Stuck At Home

By Lindsey Smith

March 26, 2020

If you're like me and groan at the mere thought of working out in traditional ways, you'll be pleased to know there are more fun ways to get your heart racing and most importantly, don't even feel like a workout.

When the gym just feels too daunting to go to or you're stuck inside, you can channel your inner pop star by learning the dances to some of your favorite songs.

From legendary throwbacks like Britney Spears' “...Baby One More Time” to Normani's “Motivation,” you'll be an expert in no time.

The great thing about YouTube tutorials is that you can always pause or rewind parts until you totally master it. Plus, you can do it in the comfort of your own home if you're a little shy about dancing in front of others.

If you want to learn even more dances, you can check out these 21 TikTok dances to learn that'll surely launch you into TikTok superstardom.

“7 Rings”


“Highest In The Room”


“...Baby One More Time”


“The Box”



“bad guy”

“Bodak Yellow”



Photos: YouTube // Beyoncé; Big Hit Labels; Dua Lipa

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Britney Spears is just trying to have a little fun! The 39-year-old pop star took to Instagram on Monday to respond to criticism of her recent dance videos.  

Sharing a selfie outdoors, Spears wrote, "I’m trying to learn how to use technology in this technology driven generation .... but to be totally honest with you I can’t stand it 😂😂😂 !!!"

The mother of two added, "So ... if my posts aren’t perfect ... I’m doing this for fun !!!! If you think I should look like I’m on a magazine cover when I dance .... sorry ain’t happening 💃🏼🙊😂 !!!!" 

Spears regularly posts videos of herself to Instagram, dancing at her home and outside. She recently shared a clip busting a move to JAY-Z's song, "Holy Grail," and tagged her ex, Justin Timberlake, who is featured on the song. 

This also wouldn't be the first time that Spears has called out her haters. In March 2020, she wrote, "Nobody watches you harder than the people who can't stand you." In her lengthy caption, Spears said that reading mean comments on her posts has affected her. In this particular instance, it was in regard to photos she had posted in a swimsuit.

"I've read a lot of things online of people criticizing my posts …. saying I post the same 15 pictures with the same red background and wearing the same white bathing suit," she wrote. "For me I get really excited about my posts …. and I like to share them with you all!!!! I've never owned a white bathing suit before and I simply liked the red background!!!! Reading all of the mean comments really hurts my feelings …. and I wanted to share because you really shouldn't be saying all of these mean things to someone you don't even know .… this goes for bullying anyone really!!!!!!"

Spears then urged fans to practice kindness, especially amid the coronavirus pandemic.


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Dancing Britney Spears: how to learn to dance without leaving home

Britney Spears doesn't waste time in quarantine - the singer now and then pleases her subscribers on Instagram with videos with incendiary dances. The other day, the pop diva published a new post where she is spinning to the music of Michael Jackson. And although the video is captioned “missing home,” judging by the intense movement and incredible activity, Britney knows how to cheer herself up and have fun. We invite you to follow the example of the singer and just as happily spend time on self-isolation.

Dancing will help you lose weight, get rid of stress, improve your posture, energize and, of course, cheer you up, which, by the way, has been proven not only by Britney Spears, but also scientifically. Below we talk about all the advantages and suggest where to study choreography online.


Dancing is a great substitute for a full workout in the gym, which is especially true in the current circumstances. As in sports, during dance moves you engage all muscle groups. At the same time, not only your physical condition will improve: dancing increases the production of the hormone of joy - endorphin - and improves memory. More Benefits:

Reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease . Studies by American scientists have shown that dancing improves heart function and helps people with chronic heart failure. “For those who have heart conditions, dancing is a good way to exercise without overexertion,” says University of Miami medical science professor Dr. Robert Mayerburg.


Increase energy . Even severe fatigue will disappear in the first minutes of dancing. You will feel better than after the strongest espresso. Moreover, regular exercise will help you stay energetic every day.

Increases endurance . Despite the seemingly ease of dance movements, during classes you expend a large amount of energy, and many elements are no easier than full-fledged physical exercises. In addition, dancing helps to train endurance and stamina.


Relieve stress . A study published in the International Journal of Neuroscience has scientifically proven that choreography helps fight stress and suppress depression.

Increase self-esteem . Of course, a successful result in any business will improve your mood.

Improve memory . Memorizing a sequence of movements is an excellent memory training. Scientists from Albert Einstein College studied the effect of eleven types of physical activity on memory - it was choreographic art that had the best results.

Increase endorphin levels . According to a study published in the journal Biology Letters, dancing increases levels of the happiness hormone, endorphin. This happens because classes involve synchrony and the involvement of several people in the process.

Improve flexibility . Even if by nature you are not particularly flexible, dancing can easily fix this. Firstly, any workout begins with a warm-up, which will warm up the muscles and help them “stretch” better. Secondly, during the classes themselves, you will not just walk on a treadmill or lift dumbbells, as you usually did in the gym, but bend a lot and do elements aimed at stretching the muscles.


Posture training . Dancing perfectly works out the spinal muscles, helping to form a beautiful posture.

Improve blood circulation . During dance movements, all muscles are involved, so blood circulation is increased throughout the body.

In addition to all the above pluses, there is another very nice bonus - you will quickly lose weight , without exhausting yourself with boring workouts on a stationary bike. According to a study conducted by doctors Nick Smeaton and Gary Brickley from the University of Brighton, half an hour of intense movement to rhythmic music will help to lose about 293 calories, which is more than running (about 264 calories), playing football (about 258 calories) and swimming (about 249 calories).

Another study by Professor Wan-Yu Ling from National Taiwan University proved that dancing is equivalent to a good cardio workout. Even if you don't have time for a full lesson, just seven minutes a day of intense dance moves to fast music will help you stay in shape. And of course, one more plus - you do not need any equipment or simulators - you can dance everywhere, turning on your favorite music on your phone at any time.

Where to learn to dance online

World Class

During quarantine, World Class Instagram hosts live training, including dance classes. To take part, you just need to go to the club page at the specified time of the lesson. Broadcasts can also be viewed on the official World Class YouTube channel.


But you can learn how to dance cool without being a member of the program - you can also practice online, while at home.


Another Instagram profile that inspires dancing is the Kyca. dance studio page. Coaches conduct online lessons and invite everyone to join the training.


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