Hip lock move?

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    Anonymous

    Originally posted by Jasmine on tribe.net.I noticed a move in a FCBD video that made me stop and wonder recently. Its this video, at 4:43:br/br/a href=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEzgJMKH2hc title=www.youtube.com/watchwww.youtube.com/watch/abr/br/I see the arms coming up and stopping at shoulder level, which seems to be the cue. I see hip locks (specifically, hips on the up) for four counts as the dancer levels down, then a loose shimmy for four counts as the dancer comes up. Was this just an experiment move? Was it just a little random variation that isnt a codified move unto itself? I dont see FCBD bust it out very often, but I like it because its so effective at emphasizing the up beat, and I wanted a little more info on it.br/br/Thanks!

    #85435

    Anonymous

    Originally posted by Wendy on tribe.net.Hey Jasmine-thats just alternating hips with a level. Its the legs bending and straightening to move the hips up and down as were lowering. Same thing on the way back up, but double time.

    #85436

    Anonymous

    Originally posted by Jasmine on tribe.net.I dont see it much in performance, but I like the accentuation you get from it. So its not anything cued, then? You just whip it out and the follower dancers just need to be paying attention to catch it?

    #85437

    Anonymous

    Originally posted by Wendy on tribe.net.yup.

    #85438

    Anonymous

    Originally posted by Jasmine on tribe.net.Awesome. Thanks for the info, Wendy. 🙂

    #85439

    Anonymous

    Originally posted by Wendy on tribe.net.sure thang! 😀

    #85440

    Anonymous

    Originally posted by Brandi Mc on tribe.net.Hi Wendy,br/Do you always go regular time on the way down, and double time on the way up?

    #85441

    Anonymous

    Originally posted by Wendy on tribe.net.we usually do, but theres no set rule about it.

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