Okay you guys, this next one is super simple. It's a grapevine. I think we've all done the grapevine at some point in our lives. Whether we're at a birthday party, a wedding, wherever you are. A backyard barbecue, yeah, it's popular there. It's very, very simple. And it's just a side to side motion for you to either cool down to or warm up to. Okay? This is one of those easy recovery steps to add into your workout between something that might be a little more challenging. Okay?
So I want you to start over to the left. You're going to move to the right first. It's three steps, three easy steps. Side, back, side, tap. Side, back, side. Don't cross in front. Side, behind, side, tap. Side, behind, side. Okay? Super basic. Keep this nice and relaxed. Keep this easy up top. One, two, three, tap.
Now, you have it. Take it up to tempo. Not too much faster, but just to get the flow of the grapevine. Okay? Here we go. One, two, three, tap. Two, three. You can do whatever you want with your arms. Right? Don't just stay here like this. Add a little funk to it. One, two, three, tap. Two, three, tap. One, two. Make sure you're crossing behind. One, two, three. One, two, you can even add a little snake of the head. Yeah? I know you've done that before. One, two, tap. One, two, tap. Last one. And hold. Okay?
So, once again, this is a great warmup step or a good cool down step, not something super serious. It's just to relax, to keep your heart rate going, and to keep you moving. Okay?