One of the prevalent things this week, was the Interlude. The interlude is a dance that is shaking the globe and I am going to teach it to you. But before I do, imagine 650 to 700 kids doing the same dance at the same time. It is that awesome. This is a dance that brings people together.
First part: warm your hands around the fire, back and forth. Do this until about.... :23
Switch to syncopated claps. Right on the beat. Clap. Clap. Clap.
When you get to :30 Milk the cows. (And don't milk little cows. Get your arms pumpin!)
:56 Time for sparkle hands! Think strobe lights. Wiggle those fingers.
Switch to robot ninja--slice in time to the music 1:10
Time to bring it down now. 1:25 Get low. Pump that fist. Now bring it on up. Slowly. Slowly. Until you're jumping in the air!! Jump up and down! Fistpump!!
1:39 And milk those cows again.
That, my friends, is how to do the interlude. It truly brings people together. Me and my brother could do this all day around the kitchen.
If you are still having trouble grasping the moves, here's another video to help you:
This dance is amazing to watch 700 people do. But just as fun by yourself.