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Flora Mp

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5.4K Likes, 39 Comments. TikTok video from Flora Mp (@blavsivn): "#ad Hope this is helpful lol #tutorial #waistline #howtowhine #howtoreverse #waistline #whining #🇨🇩 #dancechallenge #howtodance #whinetutorial #howtowine #reversewhine #reversewhining #reversechallenge #fypシ゚viral #fypシ #learntodance #practice". 🚨HOW TO REVERSE WAIST TUTORIAL 🚨. original sound.


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Let’s move your hips 🧡 #easytutorial #dancemove #dancetutorial #godowndeh #contrastcrewtutorial #howto

TikTok video from CONTRAST CREW (@contrast.crew): "Let’s move your hips 🧡 #easytutorial #dancemove #dancetutorial #godowndeh #contrastcrewtutorial #howto". Go Down Deh (feat. Shaggy and Sean Paul).


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Michelle A. | Dancer ✨️❤️

#whiningtutorial #whiningchallenge #waistcontrol #whiningqueen #waistlineceo #waistline #waistlinechallenge

697K Likes, 1. 8K Comments. TikTok video from Michelle A. | Dancer ✨️❤️ (@makosity2.0): "#whiningtutorial #whiningchallenge #waistcontrol #whiningqueen #waistlineceo #waistline #waistlinechallenge". How To Whine and Tic toc on the ground | Open up your legs to the triangle shape and make sure . And most importantly make sure your feet are pointed and placed well to avoid injury | As usual, we will use the Inwards, side , Outwards and side method as in previous videos . | .... Joro.


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Duet me when you get it down! I want to seeeee 😌 decided to do this again just in case you guys missed that last tutorial ❤️ #jamaicantiktok🇯🇲viral #easydancetutorials #whine #howtotick #howtowine #caribbeandances #waistline #islandgyal🌴🌺👑

128. 2K Likes, 311 Comments. TikTok video from BRITT (@brit.ta.neee): "Duet me when you get it down! I want to seeeee 😌 decided to do this again just in case you guys missed that last tutorial ❤️ #jamaicantiktok🇯🇲viral #easydancetutorials #whine #howtotick #howtowine #caribbeandances #waistline #islandgyal🌴🌺👑". How to tick tutorial | Bend your knees like this 🦵🏽 | 1st practice popping your hips side to side | .... Love Is Wicked.


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You guys need to learn this one for carnival/the summer parties coming up! 😩 #whinetutorial #winetutorial #howtowhine #howtowine #fypシ #caribbeantiktok #islandgyal🌴🌺👑 #yaadie🇯🇲🇯🇲 #jamaicatok #carnival2022 #islandgyal

54. 7K Likes, 127 Comments. TikTok video from BRITT (@brit.ta.neee): "You guys need to learn this one for carnival/the summer parties coming up! 😩 #whinetutorial #winetutorial #howtowhine #howtowine #fypシ #caribbeantiktok #islandgyal🌴🌺👑 #yaadie🇯🇲🇯🇲 #jamaicatok #carnival2022 #islandgyal". How to Snake wine tutorial 🐍 | 1. Practice this front to back motion. It resembles the motion of a wave 🌊 | 2. Pretend like you’re drawing a circle with your shoulder, and rock to the side every time your shoulder reaches your neck. | .... Mamacita.


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The summer is right around the corner!🌞 Where are my waistline warriors? #reversewhine #reversewine #reversewhinetutorial #fypシ #islandgyal🌴🌺👑 #waistline #howtowhine #howtowine #dancetiktok #caribbeantiktok #islandgyal🌴 #jamaicatiktok

25. 6K Likes, 66 Comments. TikTok video from BRITT (@brit.ta.neee): "The summer is right around the corner!🌞 Where are my waistline warriors? #reversewhine #reversewine #reversewhinetutorial #fypシ #islandgyal🌴🌺👑 #waistline #howtowhine #howtowine #dancetiktok #caribbeantiktok #islandgyal🌴 #jamaicatiktok". Practice this for 10 minutes everyday to perfect your reverse wine | Start with your right hip and match the thump of the beat | Pretend like your drawing a 🌙 with your waist. Sliding from the top of the moon, to the back. | .... original sound.


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WHINE QUICK TIP! #learnontiktok #whine #waistline #dancehall #dancetutorial

1.1K Likes, 14 Comments. TikTok video from anitaoniria (@anitaoniria): "WHINE QUICK TIP! #learnontiktok #whine #waistline #dancehall #dancetutorial". BEND YOUR KNEES | BRING YOUR HIPS RIGHT & LEFT | BRING YOUR HIPS FRONT & BACK | .... Rebel.


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Raah Vibez

Reply to @jankroslyfstyle here you go 🤗 #jamaicantiktok #caribbeantiktokeurs #dancehall #waistlinecheck #wining #tutorial

936 Likes, 17 Comments. TikTok video from Raah Vibez (@raah.vibez): "Reply to @jankroslyfstyle here you go 🤗 #jamaicantiktok #caribbeantiktokeurs #dancehall #waistlinecheck #wining #tutorial". Put Your Back In It (Afrobeat).


Put Your Back In It (Afrobeat) - DJ Flex



#beginnertips #learntodance #whine #tutorial #foryou

2. 7K Likes, 10 Comments. TikTok video from afrofeteness (@afrofeteness): "#beginnertips #learntodance #whine #tutorial #foryou". Whining for beginners | Have your hips follow your finger. Chercher L'Argent.


Chercher L'Argent - STONE. LA



Reply to @lesliemarie87 #putyourbackinitchallenge #tutorial #dancefitness #whine

22.4K Likes, 61 Comments. TikTok video from afrofeteness (@afrofeteness): "Reply to @lesliemarie87 #putyourbackinitchallenge #tutorial #dancefitness #whine". Put your back in it tutorial | Right leg up, left leg up | Tap right foot, tap left foot | .... Put Your Back In It (Afrobeat).


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How To Twerk And Whine

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Learning to twerk and whine is easy when you’ve got babes like Nicole and Zen! They’re two of our amazing instructors and they’ll teach you a thing or two about twerking your booty and whining your hips.

Are you ready to twerk your booty and whine your hips? It take a little bit of practice to get your body used to it, but when you learn how to twerk and whine, you’ll be able to bust out these moves anywhere you go! I’m a big fan of twerk dance and whining because they are two moves that work on more than just one body part. Not only do you workout your glutes when you twerk, you also workout your legs and your back muscles. Whining not only works on your hips, but also works on your core and legs too. These are two versatile and fun moves that you can add to your fitness routine anytime. Turn on your fave jam and twerk it out or whine it down. So who’s ready to learn how to twerk and whine with us? Show off your twerk & whine on instagram by using #hsfteam and tag us @hipshakefitness on your posts so we can give you some love?

Let’s start with the basic twerk move. Everytime I watch this twerk video, I’m reminded of my first twerk class with Nicole and I’m so proud of how far I’ve come. Own your booty and be proud of it, then pop it up and try to reach the back of your head. Watch this tutorial as many times as you need and you’ll be a twerk queen too.

Whining your hips means hitting all directions with your hips. Adding the presentation means you have to add some arm movement. I know sometimes my brain explodes when I try to match movements with two body parts. The trick is to master one first and then add the second!

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Want more squats? You got it. This is definitely a fun squat move if I’ve ever seen one. Essentially, you’ll be whining your hips as slow or as fast as you can and then adding a squat up and down. For this move, you will start where you’re comfortable in a squat and then go down as low as you can go.

This twerk move is the basic twerk but with levels. So if you’ve mastered the basic twerk above, the only thing you need to add is squatting up and down. Everytime you hit either your highest or lowest squat, pop your booty and then contract during the transition. Start slow and then hit that fast twerk bb.


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Selection of dances according to alcohol preferences

This article is an observation of the dance community and not a recommendation to drink alcohol.

There are many ways to cheer up and relax on the dance floor. There are appropriate and inappropriate actions, some of them are related to alcohol. In any case, we are only talking about what happens at dance parties.

Couple dancing is the territory of adults. Popular salsa, Argentine tango, swing and other dances have the idea of ​​a party (in the case of a tango milonga) where everyone can come and dance. This usually happens on the territory of bars or restaurants. The logical chain obviously connects two quite common ways to relax - dance and drink. But here comes the cognitive dissonance - pair dances require a certain level of concentration and attention to a partner or partner, and alcohol acts in the exact opposite way. How to act as an adult?

Alcoholic taboos in pair dances

We immediately discard all the options for a negative development of events in general - alcohol abuse, loss of control, booza and other similar things - and move on to specific dance life hacks.

First, do not choose alcoholic beverages with a strong unpleasant odor. Beer is the worst option in every sense. An inappropriate smell is complemented by additional disadvantages in the form of a tradition of use and a general effect on the body (diuretic effect, dry mouth during physical exertion, inconspicuous intoxication, etc.). This also includes vodka.

Second, avoid alcohol, which has a relaxing effect or leads to loss of balance. During rotations, this can play a cruel joke, even if the dose is small.

Reasons and reasons

The motivation of those who want to drink a little at a party is understandable. Someone needs to relax (or trigger relaxation). This is true for beginner dancers or before a big festival. Someone needs to have fun and maintain a good mood. Especially if a company of old acquaintances who have not seen each other for a long time gathers.
Many life situations may well unfold at a dance disco, so dating can also be accelerated when there is an additional incentive in communication. The main rule is measure.

Information in the dance community spreads with great speed. A reputation can be ruined by one bad move.

What drinks are popular at dance parties? Basically, this is due to a certain compatibility of the image of the dancers of this direction and the dance itself. For example, in the milonga (where the Argentine tango is danced), the most popular drinks are wine and champagne. In Argentina, wine is very good and very affordable, and champagne refers to the bohemian and intelligent roots of tango.

Salsa party is associated with rum and derivative drinks - rum-cola and mojito. On hot salsatecas, a soft drink is vital, so you can’t do without ice.

The swing dance scene (WCS, lindy-hop, etc.) prefers whiskey-based drinks. American dance culture is making itself felt.

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Benefits of being sober at a party

Drinking alcohol at a party is not at all critical to the perception of others. In this regard, sober and not quite sober are equal in every sense. Neither one nor the other pay attention to this aspect. It is beneficial to be sober at a party, ranging from saving on drinks (although this point is relative, since now a good non-alcoholic cocktail can cost as much as an alcoholic one), ending with a higher level of self-control. The ability to bring the mood to the desired level without additional doping is a valuable acquisition in pair dances.

It is important to understand that alcohol does not play a significant role in pair dancing. It exists in them to the same extent as in the life of any adult. But if a person decides to use, then it is worth doing it meaningfully and be aware of the consequences of steps that are not obvious.

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Boogie-woogie, winemaking and fencing: what do Almaty residents do in their free time?

Hobbies are an excellent tool for switching attention from domestic and work issues. Such activities are a great distraction from the routine and help to form a useful skill.

In the new article we talk about different hobbies of five Almaty residents.

Nasreddin and winemaking | Aruna and boogie-woogie | Askar and distillates

Sultan and fencing | Zhania and chocolate

Nasreddin Khodjaev, 53, garage winery

My matchmaker is an ethnic Georgian. Once we traveled around his historical homeland and we really liked the Georgian wine.

It seemed to me that it was impossible to produce quality wine outside the wine region. However, my matchmaker always insisted that we try to make wine on our own.

In 2015, we still tried and made wine, everything worked out, and since then every autumn we have been making classic, Georgian wine. At the end of September, it became a tradition in our family to invite friends and prepare new wine for the Georgian holiday Rtveli.

How to make your own wine

We make wine according to Georgian technology. First, we take grapes and crush them in a crusher that we ordered from Italy. We load grapes into it - the device throws out the brushes, but the berry remains.

We take local Turgen raw materials for production from our friends - they have their own vineyard. Next, we look at the grapes and check them for sugar. The quality of the wine material from our friends is very good: the sugar content here reaches 25 degrees Brix.

The sugar in the berry is measured with a special device - a refractometer. The measurement value - degree Brix - is named after the German scientist Alfred Brix. It was he who first measured the density of juices obtained from fruits.

What to pay attention to when making wine

Not every European grape is able to accumulate as much sugar as ours. Because cool evenings and hot sunny days are great conditions for growing grapes.

Then this berry is placed in barrels, infused, the so-called maceration process takes place. With it, the berry remains with the skin and seeds of the grapes from which wine is made. During maceration, the berry is not immediately squeezed out, but allowed to brew for a richer taste.

The precipitate is then removed. At this point, the wine needs to be placed in another bowl. We repeat this process for 30-40 days. When the wine settles, it is able to purify itself. We do not use filters, chemicals or sulfur.

The process of making wine is simple, but long.

Wine is like a person: if you take care of it, love it and look after it, it will turn out good and tasty.

Aruna, 24, boogie woogie

My name is Aruna. I am 24 years old and for the last five years I have been looking for an opportunity to learn how to dance boogie-woogie.

Like many children, I was engaged in folk and oriental dances in my childhood. But at the age of 18, I started going to adult ballet to prepare my muscles for future boogie-woogie loads. All in all, the ballet took me two or three years.

Once, I took online lessons in Lindy Hop, one of the closest dances to boogie-woogie.

For more than a year I studied rock and roll and boogie-woogie at the La Danza studio in Almaty. We didn't have competitions, but we had a reporting concert in November 2019 and it was super fun!

Now I plan to go online with cool Russian boogie-woogie coaches Evgenia Khavtorina and Nikolai Khitruk - this couple took fourth place in the World Cup and this is the best result of the Russian team.

Specifics of boogie-woogie

It seems to me that no other dance in the world has such a drive and degree of recklessness as boogie-woogie. Just look on YouTube and you will see for yourself.

Boogie-woogie is popularly called rock and roll because it is danced to rock and roll.

But in fact, rock and roll is a simplified version of a dance, such as jive. There is also a twist - this is a dance that was performed by the characters of John Travolta and Uma Thurman in the movie Pulp Fiction. It can be learned in five minutes!

Boogie-woogie grew up on Lindy Hop and is considered the European interpretation of American swing. Initially, African Americans danced to the rhythms of jazz, but soon the dance gained popularity among the white population.

The most important thing for boogie-woogie is the speed of foot movements and constant contact with a partner. There are two types of competitions - fast and slow dance. In a fast dance, the legs beat off the wildest rhythm that the head is spinning! The cool thing about boogie-woogie is that improvisation is highly valued, and it adds to the fun and spontaneity.

Where to practice boogie-woogie in Almaty

The problem is that we don't teach boogie-woogie in principle. The only thing I found in 2015 when I was looking for a dance studio was a group for children and individual lessons for 90 thousand per month.

Dancing needs a community of energized people who will meet at dance parties and chat and dance because they enjoy it. You need competition to keep the dancers on their toes. Therefore, to study it only for oneself in order to amuse vanity is pointless.

In the spring of 2019, I again plunged into the search, thinking that something might have changed, but hoping for a chance - that's not the point. I was already ready to choose salsa at that time and went to trial lessons in various studios.

In the process of searching, I saw that one studio invites everyone to a party called "Rock and Roll". Oh happiness! After the lesson, I discussed with the administrator the possibility of opening a group in this direction. They gave me the go-ahead and I was looking for people in the group and I found it!

This is how our group lasted for more than a year - until the start of quarantine in 2020. Our coach was a salsa specialist, but he taught us the basics and techniques in boogie-woogie dancing.

Now that our group is closed, I have a plan to popularize this dance in Almaty and I want to implement it. It's a shame that Latin American dances receive such a lot of attention and coverage, but no one knows about boogie.

And I want to fix this and lay the foundation for community development in our city. The dance is cool! Now I am looking for a partner with experience in pair dancing, who is also interested in developing boogie-woogie.

Askar, 52 years old, home distillate production

My name is Askar and I have been making moonshine for four years. It all started with the fact that a neighbor called me to the bath, and after the bath he invited me to his table and put a bottle of his tincture - horseradish. I liked it so much that I decided to try making my own.

I started with ordinary store-bought vodka: I added boyarka to it to get a tincture. I also tried to recreate horseradish according to a neighbor's recipe. Then I accidentally stumbled upon Russian moonshine stills on the net and bought myself the simplest and cheapest option. However, I quickly realized that it did not suit me and purchased better equipment.

How exactly is distillate made and what kind of vodka is made

I make distillates for everything! As Ostap Bender said, you can also drive from a stool, so any fruit or grain is suitable. Almost everyone who helped me say that the drink is wonderful - it never gives me a headache.

What I do is not called vodka, but distillate. As a rule, vodka is made from ethyl alcohol obtained at distilleries. It will not work to get it at home, but the distillate for tinctures with a strength of 92-94 degrees is quite.

Each run is different. Firstly, weather conditions affect this: if the weather is unstable, rain or snow, the pressure jumps, then the alcohol content varies. It is best to distill the distillate in clear and cool weather.

To give the drink a noble taste, it is infused in oak barrels. The production uses large 225-liter barrels, and the aging of alcohol lasts an average of five to ten years. If you buy a small barrel, then because of its area of ​​​​contact with the drink, it is larger, and therefore the drink matures faster.

Roughly speaking, a year in a 50 liter barrel corresponds to about five years in a 225 liter barrel.

The simplest moonshine still costs about 30-40 thousand tenge. It is worth buying it in order to understand whether the process itself is interesting to you.

The steam boiler is my most expensive purchase. It cost about 416 thousand tenge. It was a serious one-time investment, but the device serves me faithfully. I started making distillate in the kitchen, then moved to the bathroom and ended up doing it in my boiler room.

Here, as in Russia, the law allows moonshining and home winemaking exclusively for oneself. You can make moonshine, consume it yourself and distribute it to friends, but you do not have the right to sell your product. For this there is a criminal liability with confiscation of equipment and a fine.

Many distillers would like to monetize their hobby. I think that this issue could be considered.

In Georgia or Moldova, this is a common practice: you can buy alcohol in every house, no one is punished for it. You make your product for yourself and, as a rule, do not regret anything.

Sultan, 24 years old, fencing

My name is Sultan, I am 24 years old and I work in banking, but I always find time to practice at the Ferox gladio fencing club. I have been training for two years and during this time I managed to participate and win prizes in intra-club tournaments. More experienced guys attend foreign tournaments and bring home a considerable number of medals.

Dueling fencing is a martial art that includes the possession of bladed weapons, common in Europe from the 15th-19th centuries. The club exists as an association of like-minded people, where three main areas are practiced - HEMA, Modern sword fighting and dueling fencing.

Training consists of three parts: general physical training, technique development and sparring. The victory in the battle is awarded depending on the number of victory points. They are awarded for the correct stabbing and chopping blows to the enemy.

How much does the equipment cost?

  • Sports weapons ≈ 60-70 thousand tenge
  • Protection of the body, arms and legs ≈ 100 thousand tenge
  • However, beginners do not need to immediately buy equipment - everything you need is in the club, experienced fencers willingly share everything with beginners.

    Zhania, 27, handmade chocolate

    Three years ago, I took the risk of giving up my office job and focused all my energy on making chocolate and running my own Petit chocolate and coffee shop. Chocolate interested me during my student years and parallel work in the office. Over time, it became clear that office work was not suitable for me.

    And then I heard about the arrival of the famous chocolatier Hans Ovando. After spending almost my entire salary and going through a three-day master class, I realized that this is what I want to do.

    How to make chocolate

    The master class gave me the basics in making chocolate - after that it was just a matter of practice. For our tiles, we use callets made from Peruvian cocoa beans processed in Italy.

    The chocolate is then tempered. Chocolate tempering is a process in which the callets are heated to return the chocolate to its original shape and gradually cooled to work with the chocolate.

    We select nuts, dried fruits and freeze-dried berries to give the chocolate an individual taste and aesthetic appearance. We come up with combinations ourselves, as well as use basic options such as hazelnuts and milk chocolate. One of our guests' favorite combinations is candied orange and strawberries.

    We used to pour chocolate into molds first and only then lay out the filling. But over time, they noticed that in this way the filling was not in close contact with the chocolate, and some nuts and dried fruits simply fell out. We concluded that if you lay out the filling, and only then pour it with chocolate, it will be much more convenient for our guests.

    The final steps in chocolate production are refrigeration and packaging. Everything here is pretty standard, you can create your own packaging. With us, it is not solid, but only half a tile, which helps to see the filling and gives a more beautiful look to the chocolate.

    How the coffee shop was opened

    At first, I sold chocolate at a small price in a university coffee shop. This helped me a lot in improving my skill, but from a financial point of view, I only went into the red.

    While studying at the magistracy, I met my future husband, Nurlan. It was with him that we decided to open our own coffee shop. At first, the two of us worked on the creation of chocolate. The main buyers were relatives.

    The next step for us was to supply chocolate to other coffee shops. There were many rejections due to the price of handmade chocolate. The first partners were coffee houses Urbo (at the time of cooperation Salem), Sensilyo and Bowler.

    Opening our own coffee shop was an expected outcome for us. The first experience in this area was financially unprofitable, but this did not stop us from continuing to develop the coffee shop.

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