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Hip bounce is a pretty basic move. Here is a video showing how to do it, hope it will help you with your decision:

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Dance fitness programs are very popular. When selecting a dance fitness program: Assess your fitness level realistically. Think about the level of exertion you can comfortably handle. If you aren't fit and just starting in dancing, start slowly. Decide how you want to learn dancing. You have ...

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I don't relly know all of the snakes, but it will be very helpfull to know: a. Where were you when you saw the snake ? b. what was its size ? c. what was its head's shape ? d. what was its tail's shape ? I'm not shure that I'll be able to answer when I get those answers, but they'll help anybody.