Watch: Almost Perfect Practice Suddenly Gone Wrong

Practice repeated the exercise in the performance of an activity or skill to acquire or maintain the proficiency in it. As they say ” practice makes perfect “.

Partner dances whose basic choreography involves coordinated dancing of two partners, as opposed to individuals dancing alone or individually in a non-coordinated manner, and as opposed to a group of people dancing simultaneously in a coordinated manner.

But in this viral video on Facebook, practice making perfect gone wrong!

In the said video, two people are practicing their performance. At first, they move and dance at the same time. Performing their dance in a nice way.

It looks like they enjoy every bit of their moves while they are dancing in the tune. And so their audience does. They also exchanging step by step.

The boy holds the girls’ hand, as they are swinging while exchanging their position. But one wrong move ended their practice.

The boy suddenly across his arms while catching the girl. So the girl then falls face front.  Their audience burst out laughing.

Dancing promotes healthy living and romance. It doesn’t make any difference what type of dancing the two of you do. Any style of dancing is beneficial. Dancing together is an excellent way to exercise.

Watch the video here:


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Posted by ANAK NG PISKI on Thursday, August 30, 2018

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