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Club Dance Moves

If you’re going out to a nightclub, it’s important to arm yourself with some club dance moves. Otherwise, you’ll just end up looking like this guy:

So which club dance moves are the best to learn? The moves should appear difficult, but be simple to pull off.  Let’s start with the classics:

Michael Jackson is famous for a reason. He invented timeless, classic dance moves like the moonwalk for all of us to show off at the clubs. This is a perfect example of a club dance move that looks cool, and is a lot easier to pull off than it looks. Even if you’re not a MJ fan, you have to admit it looks way cooler than doing the Macarena:

If you’re with a group of friends and you all want to dance with each other rather than just stand around in a circle, sipping drinks, and shaking dat ass, try this club dance move from Kid ‘n Play in House Party:

And now for the “Humpty” club dance move:

Simple, sexy, old school.

Now that you’ve got some timeless classics under your belt, try to learn some more modern club dance moves like:

The Cyclone Wave:

The L Kick:

The Knee drop:

If you want a lot more, free club dance moves, check out our YouTube channel.

After you go through all of those and you’re still hungry for more (your desire to learn is very admirable), check out our comprehensive dance DVDs that’ll get you moving so hot you set the roof on fire!

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Something Old, Something New…Learn These Wedding Moves!

The sun is shining, flowers are blooming, and what better time is it than to get hitched! As Save the Dates are piling up on my refrigerator, it has become clear to me that Wedding Season is in full swing. Weddings can be the most looked-forward to event of the summer: single sexy wedding goers, delicious food and unlimited drinks, fun music, and yep, you guessed it…dancing! To ensure that your summertime wedding experience is as great as it can be, it’s crucial that you feel comfortable on the dance floor. Be familiar with these popular wedding dances so that when the time comes, you’re prepared to leave the crab cakes behind and dance the night away.

YMCA

Cupid Shuffle

Cha Cha Slide

Electric Slide

Shout

Wobble

 

And if these videos haven’t taught you enough, take a cue from Owen and Vince:

Wedding Crashers rules on dancing:

Rule #39: The way to a woman’s bed is through the dance floor.

Rule #40: Dance with old folks and the kids. The girls will think you’re “sweet.”

Rule #68: Dance with the Bride’s grandmother.

Rule #91: Never dance to “What I Like About You.” It’s long past time to let that song go. Someone will request it at every wedding. Don’t dance to it. No matter how hot the girl.

Rule #95: Try not to show off on the dance floor. This means you Jeremy.

 

Now loosen up that tie, lace up those shiny shoes, and get to groovin’ with the happy couple!