How to Do the Wobble Line Dance

Learn how to do the Wobble line dance in this Howcast dance video with expert Robert Royston.

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No need to sit out line dances anymore. In these videos, dancer/choreographer Robert Royston teaches you how to do basic line dancing steps and how to put them together for popular line dances like The Wobble, the Cupid Shuffle, the Cowboy Boogie, the Tush Push, the Good Time line dance, and the Sleazy Slide.

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"Alternative Line Dancing: How to Do the Wobble: ""Hai I am Robert Roysten. I am five time World Champaign of Country dance with methods like skills with . I really hope that you learned how a line dance and experience what it is like, to move to America's music and that's country music. ""Hai, so now we can teach you how to do the wobble. You may be seen the wobble at a wedding or you may be seen the wobble at club. You know that is not done with the country music. It was done with the song called wobble. It was more the hip-hop on the song, but it is incredibly popular in the line dance right now, in the country bars, all the in the state and in some country dance conventions that happens. So we think it is appropriate to teach you the wobble in the country attire. So starting of the wobble, we can start with the and you can jump forward right foot and apt to you can go an one. and you just gone to group two, three, four and you can jump back and to five, six, seven, eight. So that can be jump forward a wobble and then back wobble. So this is five, six, seven, eight and one. Then four, five, six, seven and eight. So you can board your left both hands and you can do one, two, three, four. Other side, five, six, seven and eight. You can to put on flare on this. Right, you know this is not the exact way to wobble. Right, so like as you go forward, you can jump forward, you can just and jump back and just on a group you can do that. Use that to point that way and that way, you can do it everyone as there or you can really get the end. So again, jump forward wobble, jump backward wobble point to the left with group, and point to the right with the group. So we will start one more time. Five, six, seven go and one, two, three, four and five, six, seven to the left and one, two, three, four and five, and six, seven and eight. Now we go to the cha-cha step. Right foot you can go forward, and cha, cha, cha, left foot forward and cha, cha, cha. Go again with right foot forward, back cha, cha, cha, forward back, cha, cha, cha. From here you go the touch-touch steps. You want to go touch and touch and touch and touch and touch and touch and touch and. You can do it with turn to the left. You can simple by this steps by doing it eight counts of walks, so you can do it one, two, three, four, five, six, seven and eight. And we can do and one, and three, and four , and one, and two, and three, and four, and five, and six, and seven, and eight. So you can do it with several walks. After you complete the jerk, you want to turn you at the new wall and you done all over again. And one, two, three, four and five and the left, five, six, seven for the left and one, two, three, four and five and now the cha-chas right forward and cha, cha, cha left forward and cha, cha. cha, and one, and two, and three, and four, and five and six and one more time for one, two, three, four and back five, six, seven and eight to the left and two, three, four and five and now the cha-cha step, one, two, cha-cha step forward and backward and you can walk if you walk it, walk one, two, there, four, five, six."

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  • Robert Royston

    Robert Royston began his professional career on the competitive couples dance circuit in 1989, quickly ascending through the ranks and securing the US Open Swing Dance Championship and the World Country Dance Championship, titles he held for four consecutive years (1995 to 1998). In 2007 he became the youngest person to be inducted to the UCWDC Hall of Fame. His exciting, high-energy and original work next led to his choreographing and performing in music videos. An internationally-recognized judge and instructor, Robert teaches 22 different styles of couples dancing and runs his own production company, RoRo Productions.