If you're in the middle of a large group of swing dancers, it may be difficult to remember that "LF FW RF WS HOH TwL" is what you meant to mean "Left foot forward, right foot weight shift, hands overhead twirl left."
Under-Arm Twirl: While this isn't technically a "step" as much as a "move", the foot pattern is as important as the rest of the body to execute it.
A basic part of any cheerleading uniform, spankies provide cheerleaders with coverage for when they kick, twirl, jump, and tumble.
Successful strippers have always had to "have a gimmick" in order to do well and keep the customers interested, so a number of them learned how to twirl their breasts in rhythm, thus twirling the tassels.
Once you have your ballroom dress and shoes, you'll need to learn the ballroom dance steps that make the skirt twirl in that lovely way that only waltz dresses can.
Riders face one another and the individual cars spin and twirl along the curving track, letting guests experience the thrill of the famous skateboarding tricks of the ride's namesake.
It was up to seasoned dancing pros to whip them into shape and get them ready to twirl and dip under ABC's Monday night spotlight of a timeslot.
The atmosphere these layouts create can range from the art photographic, wherein a ballerina is practicing or stretching, to the cute, where iconic ballerina symbols twirl en pointe like they do in children's music boxes.
In large pans a mechanical stirring apparatus is provided, which in some cases, as in Morfit's steam " twirl," is formed of the steam-heating tubes geared to rotate.
To run her hands over the washboard abs or twirl her fingertips through the tight hairs dusting his chest …Or better yet, to feel his large hands and muscular body against hers ...