Dancing is a great way to release energy, get creative and stay in shape. You may want to brush up on your dancing if you are getting ready for a special event, or you may just want to learn certain dances as part of your personal self-improvement. There are plenty of dance challenges out there, whether on TikTok, YouTube, Twitter, or Instagram, that will inspire you to get up and move. Here are a few viral TikTok dances you can master at home.
Ever since Drake released his Toosie Slide video, people everywhere have been trying to cop that smooth hip hop style. The lyrics of the song will give you some insight into how to do the dance, but if they are a bit complicated for you to follow, there are also plenty of tutorials available online.
Foot Shake Dance
The Foot Shake Dance originated in 2018 but there has been a resurgence due to a current challenge to perfect the dance and record it in a TikTok dance video. If you want to try your hand at it, YouTube has several instructional videos you can reference.
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The Wobble is a line dance that originated in Philadelphia in the mid-’90s. The rapper, V.I.C. also wrote a song called ‘Wobble’ which became his second single. You can bet his video includes dancers doing their best variations of the dance steps.
Seven Rings is a dance created by TikTok user Devin Santiago. He created the TikTok dance to a remixed version of the Ariana Grande song of the same name. The dance took some time to take off but after one popular TikTok user posted a video of herself doing the dance, it started trending big time.
Renegade is one of the first dances to break out of the TikTok platform. It was created by a 14-year-old girl and began gaining popularity among middle schoolers. It is often featured in talent shows and TikTok dance competitions.
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This dance was created by Charli D’Amelio, one of TikTok’s most popular users. It was choreographed to the Roddy Ricch song of the same name. D’Amelio posted several videos of herself doing The Box dance moves and her posts have gotten millions of likes.
Don’t Start Now
This dance took off when teenage TikTok user Hannah Balanay posted a video of herself doing choreographed steps along to the Dua Lipa song, Don’t Start Now. She included the caption, “pls. do my dance” and 3.8 million people listened.
So, if you’re looking to get some moves under your feet, what’s stopping you? These seven dances going viral on TikTok right now can improve your poise, your self-confidence and get you into great shape. We’re looking forward to seeing you cut it up next time you’re on the dance floor.
Featured Image Credit: Drake
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