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2-Year-Old Dancing The Jive To An Elvis Presley’s Song Became An Internet Sensation

Dancing can be a lot of fun. Just as there are multiple genres of music, there are a variety of ways to dance to it all. Many people enroll their kids or take lessons themselves to learn a couple of genres for perhaps a wedding or a large party.

Dancing is a great way to improve yourself in a number of ways. It can help improve your coordination or help you build muscle. Your reaction time will also greatly improve. Most people don’t think about it when taking to the dance floor, but they are almost unconsciously using math as they glide around.

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It is considered a sport in some areas of life, and it is meant for everyone young and old. If you haven’t already been to a nightclub, going out to dance is a great way to make new connections with people you wouldn’t have met otherwise.

Whether you are a 68-year-old Britain’s Got Talent contestant Jenny Darren singing AC/DC’s Highway to Hell or 2-year-old William Stokkebroe tearing up the center of a party, dancing inspires all people to get their groove going.

During a gala where professional dancers and parents Peter and Kristina Stokkebroe usually practice, the toddler decided to get down to Elvis Presley’s Jailhouse Rock and dance the jive. Cheers came from everyone in the crowd, young William showing off the skills he learned from his parents.

It is great that someone as young as William Stokkebroe has taken such an interest at 2 years old. If his parents continue to foster this interest, he may have a bright future in show business.

Do you have a little boy or girl who loves to dance? Enrolling them in dance classes is a good way to help build their self-confidence and keep them out of trouble.

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