dance where one hand is on your stomach and the other hand is holding theirs
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Step 1: Pump up the tunes
Turn on music with a driving 4-beat pattern at a tempo of about 88 beats per minute. Feel the beats pulse through you as you prepare to dougie.
Step 3: Move your body
On the first and second beats, move your hips and turn your wrists while raising your shoulder slightly. Move to the left twice on the third beat before swaying back to the right on the fourth beat, completing the pattern: left, right, left-left, right.
Monkeys and chimps also do it to protect themselves from a frontal attack. One thing’s certain: when a person has a nervous, negative or defensive attitude, it’s very likely he will fold his arms firmly on his chest, showing that he feels threatened.
This gesture has the arms-crossed plus both thumbs up showing that he’s feeling ‘cool’ and in control. As he talks, he gestures with his thumbs to emphasize points he is making, As we’ve already discussed, the thumbs-up gesture is a way of showing others we have a self-confident attitude and the folded arms still gives a feeling of protection.
This is a Michael Jackson move just like the Moonwalk except it makes you look as if your floating sideways across the air. Someone listed this move as the SideSlide on here. but the name for it is the Skywalk. Man, Michael Jackson sure is a Master of the Dance, isn’t he?
Bend your knees and push them to the left, following the motion with your left hand as though you were pushing away an over eager dog. Stand up straight, then do the same thing to the right. The idea is to make angular movements with your knees and hands, resembling the “Guess” triangle.