I just want to know who funded Northumbria's study, and why they didn't use Juve's 'Back that A** Up' ...but here's what 'bad' dancing looks like according to the study:
Looks like me after a few vodkas and 5 hours in heels. Now here's an example of 'good' dancing:
Um...yeah. According to the study, here's what makes this 'good'.
The study's judges gave higher ratings to dances that included bigger swings of the hips, and asymmetrical leg movements—meaning the two legs were moving differently. They also preferred medium levels of asymmetric arm movements, which study co-author Nick Neave says was somewhat surprising.
Find out how they conducted the experiment, here.