This Is The Dance Move Men Go CRAZY For, Study Says

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Be your hottest self on the dance floor.

Everyone loves to dance, but did you ever stop to think why? Aside from some amazing cardio, it doesn’t really serve a purpose other than to have fun.

Think about it: did the ancient cave men and women dance? Who was the first to dance and why? I can probably Google these questions and find somewhat accurate answers, but really, that’s not why we’re here today.

Some fun-loving scientists in the U.K. conducted a study to find what dance moves men love and deem the most attractive dance move in heterosexual women. Come on, I know you were waiting for the results with baited breath.

In order to avoid the participants making decisions based on physical attributes, the scientists recorded the 39 female dancers and used motion-capture technology to transform them into avatars. Creepy AND cool, am I right?

So, without further ado, men preferred dance moves that centered around women’s hips, thighs, and arms. Can’t picture it? I got you covered.


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Obviously, since this study was done abroad, it’s very possible that men here in the U.S. may find different dance moves preferable. But just in case, according to the same study, the video below shows how NOT to dance:


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Wondering what women thought about male dancers? A study done in 2010 shows that the ladies prefer upper body moves, including the neck and torso, and... the right knee? Alrighty then...

When it comes down to it, it’s all about having fun. Don’t worry about whether you’re flapping your arms the wrong way or swinging your hips a little too much like Shakira

Dancing is a wonderful source of stress release, and I think we can all use a little relief every now and then. So, go get your girlfriends and, as Madonna once sang, get into the groove.

 

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