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The one dance cardio move to master before your New Year’s Eve party

dance cardio moveYour regular workout classes will give you confidence in your LBD (and sparkly jewelry), sure. But they could also help you impress friends—and handsome strangers—on the dance floor this New Year’s Eve.

“This Vixen Workout move called the Chest Pop can save you from an epic fail at a holiday party,” swears Janet Jones, creator of the sexy workout method that women from Florida to New York City love for its let-your-hair-down mentality.

Follow her easy tutorial, below, to master the move before the big night out festivities (and to see it in motion, in addition to two other go-to moves, check out Jones’ Youtube tutorial).

New Year's Eve dance move

The Vixen Workout Chest Pop

1. Stand with your feet a little wider than shoulder width apart, abs tight, and your shoulders a little slouched.

2. Turn your torso to the right and pop your chest by sticking your rib cage out (feels like you’re arching your back and hiccuping) in a quick movement.

4. Bring your torso back center by contracting your abs.

5. Repeat to the left.

6. Move side to side, and add in double pops for variation.

Intimidated by dance cardio? Check out these tips to master your first class (even if you’re rhythmically challenged).