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    Quote Originally Posted by millerm277 View Post
    Nope, I'm great with the beat/rhythm part, I can play guitar, piano and drums...

    However, I cannot dance at all. (therefore, I don't, unlike some people I know) Being white and 6' 3" may have something to do with it, along with me having no interest in it.
    I assumed that having rhythm and being able to dance went hand-in-hand. If you can move your body to the rhythm shouldn't you be a good dancer? (assuming no choreography).

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    Quote Originally Posted by alicia91 View Post
    I assumed that having rhythm and being able to dance went hand-in-hand. If you can move your body to the rhythm shouldn't you be a good dancer? (assuming no choreography).
    For me, yes, this is true.

    I am musically inclined and I play the instrument of my body the best.

    My ability to dance well and my innate and accurate/fitting kinesthetic rhythm, I believe, are entirely products of my genes/inheritance.

    I've been dancing my whole life, I love it and I'm good at it.

    I cannot begin to describe or express how amazing listening to good music and dancing to it feels to me.

    Simply euphoric.

    When I dance, my soul, somehow, is set free!

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    Quote Originally Posted by alicia91 View Post
    I assumed that having rhythm and being able to dance went hand-in-hand. If you can move your body to the rhythm shouldn't you be a good dancer? (assuming no choreography).
    Apparently not, but it may also have something to do with me being very uncoordinated in that area. I probably hit my head, or stub my toe multiple times a day. (Which is strange considering my incredible coordination with instruments/tools).
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    Do I ever. The way I dance would make my mother disown me.

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    Nope, dance is the one part of my life I'm truly uncomfortable/lacking in self confidence in. I don't expect it'll change either.

    However, I do have rhythym.. could be a drummer if I found the time.

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    When I was a child, the doctor prescribed dancing school for a gait problem, so I had six years of it when very young and I think I learned to be good with body rhythm for a long time after that, but now I have chronic vertigo issues so mostly being off balance a good deal of the time, I doubt I have that much rhythm now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana View Post
    Do I ever. The way I dance would make my mother disown me.
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    I dance like a white-boy, as someone earlier joked similarly. I used to be able to do the robot fairly well, but that just makes me whiter!

    But I have an excellent sense of rythem overwise. I walk in rythem, I think in rythems, I am addicted to playing music. I guess my sense of rythem is much more internal. But when I really get into playing guitar, I move my body a lot, but I mostly stomp my feet and swing my arms and body and stuff... but to the beat nonetheless.

    I just realized I don't know how to spell rhythm.

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    I could do Irish dancing, but that's it, mainly because I do not have to coordinate hand and leg movements, I guess.

    However, I cannot do it anymore after a back OP. So, no.
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