Mar 16, 2020

Do the Electric Slide

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The Electric Slide is a four wall line dance set to Marcia Griffiths' hit song, "Electric Boogie," which hit the States in 1976 when it was created by Ric Silver at a New York Dance Club called VAMPS. Even today, the dance is a huge favorite at weddings, bat mitzvahs, school dances, or just about any place where people want to dance and have a good time.<ref> https://ift.tt/39WQruB> If you want to hit the dance floor instead of the punch bowl the next time this favorite comes on, see Step 1 to start learning the Electric Slide and get your boogie on.  
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The Electric Slide is a four wall line dance set to Marcia Griffiths' hit song, "Electric Boogie," which hit the States in 1976 when it was created by Ric Silver at a New York Dance Club called VAMPS. Even today, the dance is a huge favorite at weddings, bat mitzvahs, school dances, or just about any place where people want to dance and have a good time. If you want to hit the dance floor instead of the punch bowl the next time this favorite comes on, see Step 1 to start learning the Electric Slide and get your boogie on.  
   
 
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#Step right with the right foot. This will uncross your feet.<br><br>
 
#Step right with the right foot. This will uncross your feet.<br><br>
 
#Close your feet together while tapping your left foot by your right. Simply tap the ground with your left foot without putting your weight on the foot. You'll be taking your next step with your left foot, so you should keep the weight on the right foot. You can also clap your hands whenever you tap your feet to add some flair to this dance move.<br><br>
 
#Close your feet together while tapping your left foot by your right. Simply tap the ground with your left foot without putting your weight on the foot. You'll be taking your next step with your left foot, so you should keep the weight on the right foot. You can also clap your hands whenever you tap your feet to add some flair to this dance move.<br><br>
#*Congratulations -- you have just completed a grapevine to the right! The grapevine consists of the moves set out in Steps 1-4.<ref> https://ift.tt/2x5UR3u>
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#*Congratulations -- you have just completed a grapevine to the right! The grapevine consists of the moves set out in Steps 1-4.
 
#*If you want to simplify this dance and aren't ready for the grapevine, instead of weaving one foot behind the other, you can instead simply step the right foot to the right, step your left foot to the right to meet your right foot, tap it, and repeat. So you would do a step-tap, step-tap, instead of the grapevine. If this is what you choose, then you should also do this move on the left side.  
 
#*If you want to simplify this dance and aren't ready for the grapevine, instead of weaving one foot behind the other, you can instead simply step the right foot to the right, step your left foot to the right to meet your right foot, tap it, and repeat. So you would do a step-tap, step-tap, instead of the grapevine. If this is what you choose, then you should also do this move on the left side.  
 
#Step to the left with your left foot. You will now begin mirroring the steps laid out in Steps 1-4 on the left side.<ref> https://www.passion4dancing.com/electric-slide-dance/</ref><br><br>
 
#Step to the left with your left foot. You will now begin mirroring the steps laid out in Steps 1-4 on the left side.<ref> https://www.passion4dancing.com/electric-slide-dance/</ref><br><br>


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