Hoping to learn the Wobble Line Dance but are too shy to get up on the floor. Afraid of making a mistake because you feel as if all eyes are on you, and you just know you’ll end-up turning in the wrong direction? Want to learn how to do the popular wobble line dance from the comfort of your home in 10 minutes even if you have two left feet?… Read on.
Dancing is gaining momentum, ever since American’s Got Talent, Dancing with the Stars and all of the other TV dance programs. Everyone is dancing from 8 to 88. Today, many are teaching line-dance steps. From health clubs, church clubs and senior citizens facilities… those baby-boomers are WORKING IT!
Read below as we walk you through the 4-count easy shake your booty wobble line dance, it will amaze you how quickly you catch on and how good you look doing it… Watch.
Take a step forward and wobble in place for four beats. (to wobble; shake your shoulders, butt, or knees in a circular direction)
Take a step backward and do the same thing for four beats. (to wobble; shake your shoulders, butt, or knees in a circular direction)
Lend forward for 4 beats add a bounce or shake what your mother gave you is what we used to say back in the day~
Lend backward for 4 beats add a bounce, shake it…
Cha Cha starting with your right foot, then left cha cha for 4 beats each, here you can put a little spice in the dance, your preference.
Last step starting on your right foot tap (like the old rock) left, right, left for eight counts, while turning a quarter- turn. Once you get the wobble dance down and feel comfortable, then you can add your own style, anything goes as long as you end up on the right beat going in the right direction.
And if not, just turn around. Now just start the whole sequence all over again. Just make sure you’re turning making a square. Start turning to your right first and after each sequence you make a quarter turn.
No longer will you feel awkward at social event. Or be the only one that can’t do the Wobble line dance. Now you can join in at your next family reunion, wedding invite, or take to the deck on your cruise.