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10 Tips To Instantly Make Your Dancing Look Less Awkward

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10 Tips To Instantly Make Your Dancing Look Less Awkward

Charise Roberts
October 13, 2021
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When you hit the dance floor do you tense up and get all awkward?

Are you not sure what to do with your hands?

Are you unable to decipher the mood of the music?

Don't fear, STEEZY'S HERE!

We came up with 10 easy tips to help you look cool while you dance:

Video Transcript:

Honestly most of us learn how to dance
because we just want to look cool

and you know what doesn't look cool? Looking
like this.

You don't want to look like that. So here are 10 tips to take your dancing from awkward and stiff to super lit.

Tip #1: Be on beat. Even if
your moves are super hot fire

you know that you're still gonna look really awkward if you're not dancing to the

rhythm. So make sure you just take your
time, listen to the music, find that

consistent rhythm so that you can use
the beat to guide your movements.

Tip #2: Don't lock your limbs. No one
looks cool dancing with over extended knees or elbows

So shake them out, bend
your knees, keep your body comfortable

Tip # 3: Don't cut off your movements. A lot of awkwardness comes from stiffness and a

lot of stiffness comes from interrupting
your movements, so don't interrupt your

movements unless you're purposely
isolating your body parts ok?

Tip #4: Use everyday motions as part of
your dancing. Lyle Beniga is amazing at

taking familiar scenarios and turning
them into effortless dances.

Point is, you don't have to bust out some crazy combo to be a good dancer. Sometimes trying too

hard can look awkward. Stick to things
that are simple and comfortable on your body.

Tip #5: Be intentional with
your hands. Not paying attention to your

hands can make you look really, really
awkward.

Here's some cooler ideas for your hands.
You can point, clap a little bit, hello audience,

greetings, whip, milly rock, and what's up b-boy stance.

Tip #6: Match the mood of
the music. Your dancing can also look

super awkward if it just doesn't fit how
the music feels.

Tip #7: Dance through your mistakes. Like Jessie, she's

been dancing through her whole life. OHHH MY LIFE IS A MISTAKE.

Jessie Ma-stake. Mess ups are only awkward if you make them awkward. Don't make it awkward.

Stop! Stop being awkward ok.
If you end up tripping on stage it's

okay, you trip on stage. The DJ says step
to the right and you step to the left

it's okay it happened man, just keep on
going, no one's gonna worry about it, chiiiiilllll.

Tip #8: Condition your body.
Whatever your body shape or size you can

condition it to dance the way that you
want so stretch out for flexibility

and range of motion, do cardio for more
stamina, and lift weights if you want to dance with more strength.

Tip #9: Face different directions. Facing the front

the whole time is boring and you're not
boring are you? So face different

directions, face the side, face this side
face the back, face the ceiling.

Last but not least Tip #10: It's okay to
look or feel stupid.

You'll get better every time you dance. So to recap all 10 tips. Number 1 be on beat. Number

2 don't lock your limbs. Number 3
don't cut off your movements. Number 4

use everyday motions as part of your
dancing. Number 5 be intentional with

your hands. Number 6 match the mood of
the music. Number 7 dance through

mistakes. Number 8 condition your
body. Number 9 turn to different

directions. Number 10 it's okay to look or feel stupid.

Feel free to add to this list by
sharing your tips in the comment section.

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and educational dance videos. Now go out there and I'll see you on the dance floor.

Corridor. The floor is yours.
Mordor. Ahhh dang that was a good one!