We are born with a desire to dance.
Call it human nature, but there’s an intrinsic sense of rhythm in all of us. If reality TV is any indication, some of us are clearly better at it than others, but I’m not yet talking about skill.
What I’m referring to is the impulse and drive to move our bodies.
The issue with instinct is that it doesn’t always go away.
Although dancing styles change swiftly over time, some of us continue to move and shake even in our old age. Frequently, you don’t find out about these things until your aunt’s wedding, when you watch your grandmother ripping up the dance floor.
Nonetheless, the Internet allows us to see examples of elderly people having fun just like everyone else!
Consider this 70-year-old gentleman, who exudes confidence and swagger. He takes to the dance floor as part of a hip-hop dance class to show the world what he’s got!
Jill Scott’s joyful modern R&B/Soul tune is playing in the background while the class dances.
It’s a lively, bouncy tune titled “So In Love” that will make you want to get up and dance. It features another musician by the name of Anthony Hamilton, and the two produce a great song together.
So when this elegant gentleman gets his hands on it, it brings him back to life!
I’ll just say it right now: This man has better movements than I do. It’s not just about the moves with him but also about his sense of flair. I’ve never seen a man beyond the age of 50, let alone 70, do that much hip-gyration!
In fact, the rest of the class is struggling to keep up with him!
They might try, but if this person is in the room, you should be aware that this disco already has its John Travolta.
But he’s not only good at disco style.
Far from it, sir! According to the essence of this hip-hop lesson, he leads the charge with some very remarkable movements. I don’t know about you, but I wouldn’t want to compete in a dance competition with this man.
So when this elegant gentleman gets his hands on it, it revives him!
I’ll say it right now: this dude moves better than I do. It’s not just about his movements but also about his sense of style. I’ve never seen a man over 50, much alone 70, perform that much hip-gyration!
In fact, the rest of the class is having difficulty keeping up with him!
They may attempt, but if this individual is there, be aware that this disco already has its John Travolta.