Create sexy legs like Latin dance

Create sexy legs like Latin dance

With both hands holding the opening, move your right foot diagonally forward and out of the subdivision.

At this point the center of gravity is on the right foot.

Straighten the positive pole and tighten the elbow firmly.

  Step A: Hold your hands in the air, and step your right foot diagonally forward to the left.

At this point the center of gravity is on the right foot.
Straighten the positive pole and tighten the elbow firmly.

  Step B: Move your left toe to the bottom of your right foot. When sliding, keep your left foot off the ground, raise your toe to the ground, and bend your left.

Tighten your elbows when moving your left foot.

  Step C: After the left foot is moved, the body twists to the right, and the left foot is slightly inclined forward to the right.

Straighten the positive pole and focus on your left foot.

  Step D: Drag the right foot in the back to the left foot in the same way as in step B, and tighten your shoulders.

  This exercise can exercise the front muscles of the thighs, restore firmness, reduce the thigh circumference, burn excess aunts in the thighs, and raise the hips.

  Note 1.

In the case of poor breathing, take a break before deciding whether to continue.

  2.

Don’t be too crazy, twist your waist too much, and hurt your fragile waist.

The waist should be moved within a comfortable range, otherwise you have to pour electricity for half an hour beside the Zhou Lin spectrum analyzer when you go home.

  3.

Latin passion is strong, many people will jump into forgetfulness, but please note that if you feel insufficient, such as leg fatigue and cramps, local body pain, dizziness, excessive heart rate, etc., you should stop practicing.

  4.

The joints should not be too tight, and the body should relax the shoulder joints when stepping.

  5,

When flexing the movement, it is considered that Latin dance does not require high upper body movements. It is recommended to learn foot movements before adding arm movements.