Moon­walk mo­tion

If you’ve ever won­dered how to do the moon­walk then you are not alone. Here’s how...

How It Works - - SCIENCE -

1 Find a smooth sur­face

First you need the right sur­face. Smooth sur­faces, such as hard­wood floors, are a good op­tion for a fluid moon­walk.

4 Snap

Once your left foot has passed your right, switch their po­si­tions so your right foot is now flat and the left foot is raised with the ball on the floor.

2 Raise right heel

While keep­ing the ball of your foot on the ground, raise the heel of your right foot be­hind your left leg.

5 Slide

Hav­ing trans­ferred your weight to the left foot, you can now move your right. Keep your left foot still and slide your right along the floor.

3 Slide

Sup­port your weight on your right foot so you can move the left. Without mov­ing your right foot, slide your left along the floor without lift­ing it up.

6 Re­peat

Con­tin­u­ally slide and snap your foot po­si­tion and don’t stop ‘til you get enough move­ment to create the moon­walk.

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