Begin with your feet together. Jive dance is very bouncy. So, all of your steps should have a bounce in them. You will also be placing the emphasis on the "and" of each count. Hop on your right foot and bring your left knee up on and. Step back on one. Hop and bring your knee up and step forward. Next, chasse to the left. Chase to the right. Then, repeat. Accentuate the hops, as you do it. Also, work your hips, as you move from side to side, in your chasse. Continue emphasizing the "and" in t...
Shimmies can be done really for any occasion, not just on the dance floor. Some people shimmy when they're happy and others handle it on the dance floor to playfuully tease a dance partner.
These moves are straight out of the 1960s! Expert gogo dancers, the Pontani sisters, are here to teach you their favorite, basic dance moves. Start with the basic tapping step, and then learn the traditional, alligator and fly arm moves to go with it. Once you've mastered this step and it's variations, you're ready to go onto the Watusi, a variation on the basic twist. Now speed it all up! You'll be a master go go dancer in no time!
In this clip, learn how to kick it high and proud just like the King of Pop! You will get a step by step on just how to perform Michael Jackson's popular kick move.
Do you want to learn the steps from Lady Gaga's popular music video "Bad Romance"? Just follow the easy advice from this professional dance teacher and choreographer. You'll be the envy of your dance class, with the ability to move in ways you've never envisioned. Pretty soon, you'll be mistaken for Lady Gaga.
This how to video is designed for people who wanted to start glowstringing but has never done it before. The tutorial starts by answering some of the most common questions such as how to tie the strings and how to hold them, then moving on to teach the Weave, Windmill, and Butterfly. All you need is a pair of shoelaces and a pair of 6 inch glowsticks (either used or unused) then you can start here. Some people like their shoelaces round and thin, some like theirs flat and thick. It doesn't ma...
In order not to be a total social outcast and scare off the ladies, it's super important to have a decently sized grab bag of dance moves you can bust out on the dance floor at a club. Whether it's simple sidestepping or complicated partner dancing, ladies love men with confidance and rhythm.
Learn how to do the Melbourne Shuffle dance, also called the T-Step The Melbourne Shuffle, or the T-Step, transitions into the classic dance move “The Running Man.”
In this seven part tutorial, learn how to perform various moves from Billie Jean by Michael Jackson. Each segment will show you a new move, each one more fun than the last. Impress your friends with the cool collection of dances and help the memory of the King of Pop live on and on.
In this tutorial, learn how to do a very cool move that Michael Jackson used in hundreds of performances. This "shuffle walk" is not as iconic as the moon walk, but is just as fascinating to perform. Follow along with this step by step and start shuffling like MJ.
Love rave music? Get your rave dance on with help from this free lesson. All you will need to complete this tutorial is your dance shoes and your glow sticks. Learn how to do the figure-8 rave dance with help from an expert, Cedric Turner.
A dance tutorial on switching between the shuffle and running man. Make sure you can do each basic move on its own before you try to switch them.
Workout with me to PSY's "Gentleman"—Zumba style!
Get funky the next time you hit a dance floor! In order to dance to funk music, it's important to be able to move and use your hips, such as hopping and popping. Find out how to get funky with help from two experts.
This video shows you how to do the basic Running Man dance. 1) The Lift First, it is better to start with right foot on backside. Lift your right foot and slide your left foot back a bit at the same time with knee in the middle.
This is a two part tutorial on how to dance to Camp Rock's song by the Jonas Brothers. The song 'We Rock' is a big part of the movie. This scene stars Joe Jonas and the choreography is amazing!
A young girl teaches us how to do a "Mashed Potato" dance. She talks us through step by step instructions on the proper way to do this dance. This is a rather simple dance and she slowly shows each step and narrates as she demonstrates. The feet are first faced inward then rotated outward. Repeating it inward and outward quickly, moving your feet apart a bit after each rotation and you finally have the Mashed Potato dance. She also offers extra help and advice for those who did not understand...
If you're dancing at a club and your usual hip shaking and grinding with that cute guy at the bar you've just met are getting, well, boring, then bust out this dance move for major cool points.
If you haven't heard of Korean pop sensation, PSY, then you really have been living under a rock. Or, you've just never run across any other human. Or, this is your first time on the Internet.
You may not know it, but one of the silliest dance moves you've probably seen out around town actually has a name. It's called the Roger Rabbit, and done with style and as part of a good dance routine it can be cool. Watch this video to learn how it works.
In this seven part tutorial, learn how to perform the exact dance from Michael Jackson's "Smooth Criminal". Keep the legacy of the King of Pop alive and well with these cool moves.
Kids... it's dance time! Check out this dance video tutorial on how to do the Miley Cyrus Hoedown Throwdown dance. This dance is from the Hannah Montana movie from 2009 where Miley Cyrus performs the Hoedown Throwdown in Tennessee.
This is an awesome liquid dancing tutorial for novices, focusing on tips and addressing common mistakes. Stick to the rhythm
DJ Co-op and DJ Hunnicutt get disco dance lessons from Ming. Learn how to do the Bus Stop.
You will rule the dance floor the next time you step into a club! Dancer Jerri Lee shows you a few basic go-go dancing moves. You'll want to get some music with a good beat, and practice in front of a mirror. Make sure you stretch before dancing, and remember - it's all in the hips. Now, of course, all you need to get are some awesome gogo boots and super sexy outfit to wear next time you go out!
You may love Lady Gaga's crazy "Alejandro" music video; you may not. But there's no disputing that her dance moves are well played and very sexy.
In this clip, learn how to perform the "3 Step". This is a complicated dance move that Michael Jackson used as part of his many other dances. Follow along and get a step by step on how to add this funky groove into your own dances and rock any dance floor.
Lindyhopper49, a huge fan of the "King of Pop", will teach you how to dance like Michael Jackson. He's not a professional dancer, but he does have some great advice and information on how to to Jackson's most famous moves.
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This two part how to video teaches you sliding and gliding hip hop moves. Learn how to moonwalk, slide in a circle, and how to put c-walking and gliding together with this dance tutorial. Watch this video and you'll be sliding in the clubs in no time.
Learn how to do the body wave, a basic dance move essential for popping and hip hop dance styles with this video tutorial. Follow these easy steps and you'll be popping and locking in the club in no time.
In her music video for "Can't Be Tamed," Miley Cyrus pushes the bar past anything her pop star alter ego Hannah Montana would have ever dared to do. With feathery lashes, heavy cat eyes sparkling with aqua shadow, wings, and a $5,000 corset that leaves little to the imagination, Cyrus very officially separated herself from her Disney past.
Chris Brown's "Forever" is a sweet song about dancing with a girl on the dance floor forever - about meeting that perfect person that you click with right away. The choreography from the music video for the song is likewise perfectly on cue and smooth.
Want to have the ladies come to YOU in the club, rather than waiting around staring at them creepily and coming in from behind hoping to get some action? Then boy, you need to learn some dance moves.
Whether you like Chris Brown or not, it's safe to say that the boy's got moves. Whether he's doing Michael Jackson's moonwalk onstage or pulling off an a very complex toe spin in a music video, he's very smooth on his feet.
For dudes only: Finally. Science has done you a one up in the clubbing department. Psychologists at Northumbria University in the U.K. claim to have determined which dance moves will win over the ladies.
In this video, we learn how to do dance moves from the movie, "Fame". Start out with doing eight chugs forward with the feet apart. The hands should be at the side going in and out as you do the chugs. Next, you will keep your feet out and step right to left for eight counts as your arms are in the air to the side and you are doing shoulder rolls to the side twice. Once you have put these all together, do them in two different eight counts with the first and second counts. Once you have these...
So you think you can dance? Well sorry honey, but we're here to tell you that your over the top worms and butter churning don't exactly count as hip, impressive dance moves. But fear not; this video will teach you one of the simplest ways to get started dancing like a pro.
In this clip, you will learn an extremely impressive pop n lock inspired dance move from Michael Jackson. This "robot pop" is used in many of MJ's dances and creates an extremely cool effect. If you think you can control your body very carefully, then check this clip out and practice. These are some seriously sweet moves.
The first part of the dance routine to Every Little Step is to step to the right and bring your left foot to your right. Now do a step to the left and bring your right foot to your left. Repeat. The next step is to take your right foot and move put it in front of you. Now take the same foot and move it behind you. Next, make a circle going counter clockwise using only three steps. Repeat these moves from the time you stepped foward. Now repeat the four steps you made going from side to side t...