Do the Reggaeton Willy Bounce Dance Move

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  Do the Reggaeton Willy Bounce Dance Move 


Reggaeton music blends the sounds of Reggae and Latin Music. Originating in the 1970s, its popularity has steadily risen. Go to any dance club on a Saturday night and you may hear a few Reggaeton jams. Learn the Reggaeton Willy Bounce Dance, and you'll have some moves to bust the next time you go clubbing.

  1. Move to the music. Find the beat. When a Reggaeton song starts playing, get a feel for the music. Bounce in place briefly to keep the tempo. You must keep the beat to execute the dance.
  2. Remember the phrase "same arm, same leg." When you do the Reggaeton Willy Bounce dance move, this is key. All moves start on the same side of the body.
  3. Begin the dance. Bounce your right leg out to the side. At the same time, reach up and across your body with your right arm and pull down. Switch to your left leg. Bounce your left leg out to the side. Reach up and across your body with your left arm and pull down. These are the two basic moves in the Reggaeton dance.
  4. Keep the beat. Alternate between right leg, right arm and left leg, left arm combinations. Keep bouncing while you move. Listen carefully to keep the rhythm.
  5. Stay low to the ground while you dance. Bend your knees to get low enough.



Illustration from Clyde Mendes column at  Salsa TV, Singapore



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