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The instructional above is by Linda Simms “The Who Dat Teacher” from Let’s Mess It Up Line Dancing.
Okay, Mr. Sexy Man. Love the song, although I’d not heard it before learning the line dance. This dance is another of my favorites. To tell you the truth, there aren’t too many line dances I’ve learned, that I don’t like, but there are a few.
Tip: Ideally you are attending a weekly class and learning new dances each week. Practice those new dances every day, if possible. Refresh your memory by watching the instructional video above, then follow along with the class in the video below. If you can’t manage every day, then try to practice for an hour each weekend day. It will help you learn the dances faster, PLUS it’s great exercise! The more you practice, the better you will get. What I like to do is play the class video (like the one below) and repeat the dance two or three times in a row. It’s super easy to get 12 to 15 minutes of exercise in when you repeat the dances. I also find sometimes I am slow at getting started with the steps, but after a couple of rotations I am in sync. Repetition really helps to anchor the steps in my brain.
The video below is Linda Simms’ class.