There is good news for those whose go-to dance moves include the "fly fisher" and the "running man." A recent study published in Biology Letters suggests that men are much more likely to scope out women at a club who dance with more eccentricity.
According to the experiment's results, the most appealing dance moves have "variability and amplitude in the head, neck and trunk." The relevance of these findings as they pertain the the dances of various global cultures is not yet certain, but for any Westerners, you now know to let loose when you break it down this Friday.
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