Hi! If you're reading this, you may be trying to figure out what to do if you're stuck at home for a while because of reasons related to the coronavirus outbreak.
Well, if you're obsessed with TikTok like me, or just bored as hell in general, now is the perfect time to learn some of the many dances the young-uns are doing on the app these days:
This dance is the MOST popular TikTok dance, but it's also pretty, kinda hard, so here's a tutorial so you can learn it and keep up with the youths.
This is the original Renegade dance that was created by 14-year-old Jalaiah Harmon, which inspired the TikTok version. It's MUCH harder than the TikTok Renegade, but if you can learn it, that's quite impressive!
This dance is all about fancy footwork and it looks kinda hard, but it also just looks so cool that you're gonna wanna know it.
This is just a cute trend where all you gotta do is put your phone on a skateboard (or something with wheels) push it back and move your hips to the rhythm of the music. Pretty simple!
I know, this one is VERY intimidating to learn. TikTok dances can't all be cute and simple huh? I'm just gonna wish you the best of luck perfecting this one.
This dance will go down in TikTok history as a quarantine classic and so it's kind of a must that you learn it at some point and, trust me, it won't be that hard.
This one is simple, catchy, fun, and cute! It probably won't take you more than, like, three minutes to learn, tbh.
This dance is pretty easy also, but it's got a lot of moves, so you might need a slowed-down tutorial to help ya get through it.
So this is basically a fast-speed "Macarena" that ends with you "hitting the woah." I get it, it seems like nothing special, but IDK, everyone on TikTok's doing it, so you might as well!
Honestly, I love this song more than the dance, but knowing the choreo is probably better than standing there and not knowing what to do with your hands!!!
For this dance trend, you'll need some friends or family, but it's three moves, so I'm not even gonna bother adding a tutorial, LOL.
OK, so this is just one dance move over and over, but it's gonna be harder than it looks for people who are lacking in rhythm and coordination.
This dance is pretty cool, and once you learn it, you'll kinda feel like you're in one of the Step Up movies. Or at least a high school–level adaptation of it.
This is another popular and easy dance I'm pretty sure no one will need much help learning.
This one requires a lot of smooth body movements, but if you watch the slowed-down version and practice, you'll be able to nail it.
So if you've been looking for something ~advanced~, then this routine is for you. This one is perfect for those who have a background in dance, cheer, or gymnastics or are just super flexible.