You probably know people who are comfortable dancing at a club.
They go out, grab a few beers, dance the night away, and enjoy themselves.
Even the thought of dancing in a club makes you feel anxious and uneasy.
When you finally force yourself to leave the house, you hang out by the wall and see everyone else having a good time while dancing.
But what’s this? Those uncomfortable feelings are very normal. And we GUARANTEE that you can get through them!
As you approach the dance floor, discover the rhythm.
Do not anticipate spontaneously performing a Step Up routine when you step onto the dance floor.
There is no movie here! Start simply by bobbing your head in time to the music.
Before you even step onto the dance floor, do this. Consider it this way: The one thing that lubricates the entire club experience is music.
It creates an atmosphere from the moment you enter until you leave. First, you need to feel at ease with the music.
As a result, get involved with the music right immediately. If you’re holding your drink, hanging out with a friend, or even sitting down, you may listen and nod your head.
It’s simple to do this before you even begin dancing to position yourself for success on the dance floor.
By the time you start moving your feet, your body will already be familiar with the rhythm, making it more likely that you will maintain the beat.
Begin with a light bounce or groove.
Start bouncing with your entire body once you are on or near the dance floor.
Consider this bounce to be a more pronounced variation of your head nod. You’re still moving to the same rhythm with your knees, core, and chest instead of just your legs.
When he hears a song he enjoys, a baby will often bounce up and down on his knees. Similar to that, though not as jarring.
Calmly begin those bounces, then gradually build up your energy. This improves the naturalness of your dance.
Once you’ve mastered the fundamentals of dancing, it’s time to add a few finishing touches to ensure you move quickly and confidently.
By this point, you’ve mastered three things: dancing to the beat, moving your entire body, and employing steps.
However, did you not go to a club to dance alone?
Once you’ve established that basis, start dancing with others nearby.
You can use their motions and vigor with friends or in a crowd.
Lip sync with your buddies, mimics their movements, and rap Nicki’s whole Motor Sport verse from memory.
And if the DJ or a song’s lyrics encourage you to act a certain way (such as jumping or putting your hands up), then do it!
You can’t prepare for or practice these minor details; remember that your goal is to have fun, not to play DDR in your head.
Whether dancing with one person or many people, the most crucial thing to remember is to… Stay in rhythm! Grinding (or whatever you want to call it) on someone is a topic all on its own.
You can be engaging in completely unrelated activities with your partner or friends. While you’re pumping your arms, they can bounce. She might be swinging as you’re two-stepping.
However, it will still feel like you are dancing together as long as you tap your feet at the same pace.