Wang Lihong is trying to encourage her students to enjoy exercising – through dance. She is the most recent school...
"PLEASE be careful."
Wait until the end!
Definitely doing this at my wedding.
Just try not to dance along.
Way to go, Misty!
I kind of do my own thing when we're out at clubs, and that's pretty obvious because I am a god awful dancer. Apparently, there is something called "twerking" that I don't know about, so obviously I don't know how to do it.
Have you ever gone out dancing and then realized the next day that you're exhausted? And sore? (If you haven't, you're missing out.) That's because those epic dance moves of yours are great for toning, not to mention cardio. So listen up class, because this week I'm giving you the best assignment ever: an epic dance party.
Salt-N-Pepa got started in the 80s of course, so they've got all that awesomeness going on, too. But I remember them mostly as they were during my childhood in the 90s. I love their videos, and you should, too. Lyrics: yes. Dancing: yes. Outfits: yes. Girl power: yes. You'll see what I mean.
Eating disorders seem to have become an integral part of our culture’s idea of what it means to be a dancer. In just about every Hollywood movie about dancers, at least one of them has an eating disorder. The most recent example of this is Black Swan, in which Natalie Portman’s character is bulimic.
I'm a dancer, so you can bet that the second anyone starts to dance in a movie, I'm paying attention. Sometimes I go on YouTube binges where I spend hours and hours looking at dance videos. But I don't just enjoy watching videos of professional dancers onstage – I love movie dance scenes, too. And believe it or not, great dancing pops up in unexpected places.