Okay, now it's time to get our arms together. Now, I know what you're thinking. Oh, my arms are okay. If you raise your arm and it starts moving before you do, that's a problem and we're going to fix it right now. We're going to do a little bit of rotations. Rotation, rotation.
It's really simple, you used to do it when you were young. And you made circles with your arms, and it's just really kind of like that. It was a nice grove to it so, you want to start with a nice firm foundation. Feet shoulder width apart, bend your knees slightly.
Now, when you put your arms out, rotate it to the back once, other side twice. Once, twice, keep it going and then, you're going to look straight ahead at the person in your way. You can act like you're trying to get out, get him out your way.
Throw it back, now you're going to add a little more extra to it. What? What? What? Now where I come from, this is, what, I know you're not talking to me. I have something to thing about while I'm doing it. What? I no you're not talking to me now. Don't make it into a dance, let's make this really angry, let's make it something positive, right?
And we take it back once, twice, again, again, and add a little bounce to it. Move in there and make it positive, like, hey, come on over here let's get our grove on. This is also a perfect way to make space for yourself on the dance floor if it gets too crowded.
You know what, let's try it, it's really not that hard. You're making really big
circles. Focusing on going to the back, you know what, it's all good. I think we can add some music to this one. Again make sure you have space because you could really hurt someone if you're not paying attention.
Let's rotate it out, DJ.