Speaker 1: So the next move Damion is going to demonstrate is the Bad Man Forward, Bad Man Pull-up. So with the Bad Man Forward, Bad Man Pull-up, you're again moving every single part of your body at the same time. You're going to start with the legs. What he's doing with the legs is he's turning the legs out and it's like in a high knee position so he's moving the legs right to left in a high knee position and he's leaning back a little bit. Then he's going to pull-up, so pull-up, Bad Man Forward, Bad Man Pull-up, Bad Man Forward, Bad Man Pull-up. Leg movement, pull-up with the arm. All right?
Speaker 2: Bad Man Forward, Bad Man Pull-up, the reason why it gets it's name Ding Dong the creator of this dance. Bad Man Forward, Bad Man Pull-up is basically a dance mimicking the toughs of Jamaica. Because the toughs in Jamaica, they do dance. You know what I mean? It's more in the Bad Man form. All right? So Bad Man Forward, the toughs of Jamaica when they like to hear their song played, this is how they react to it. It's a bounce and then they reach up. And then to add a dance element to it is where you put more bounce.
Speaker 1: And you move up with it. Add some style to it. Lean back, arms up, trigger finger up. Got to add it. There you go. Bad Man Forward, Bad Man Pull-up. Also with this, you also move in levels so you can bring it down low, bring it back up, lean back with it. Extend the arms. You can wave the arms. Make sure you wave the arms. Just exaggerate the dance move. Have fun with it.
Speaker 2: That was?
Speaker 1: Bad Man Forward, Bad Man Pull-up.