move (one's) body

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move (one's) body

To dance. Get up and move your body! The band is playing your favorite song!
See also: body, move
References in classic literature ?
You stand in the centre of the deck, and, as the ship heaves and pitches, you move your body about, so as to keep it always straight.
Rosie says: THE trick is to get into the music and move your body in time with the beat.
Move your body in many directions with a focus on the major joints-hips, shoulders, knees, and elbows.
The group were performing the routine to the singer's track, Move Your Body.
Originally recorded for her 2006 album B-Day, the song has been renamed Move Your Body for the Let's Move initiative - backed by first lady Michelle Obama.
She has also co-written the lead track Move Your Body from the forthcoming Bollywood Gangster flick Johnny Gadaar.
MAKE it a daily challenge to find ways to move your body.
It's amazing that you can move your body that way,'' said Hooper.
Swimming is a good way to tone up and trim down, because to swim you need to move your body against the resistance of the water.
Usually, if you start to wobble, you slow down and move your body backward.
If ligaments are too loose or muscles too long, you won't be able to support and move your body correctly, and you'll end up putting serious strain on your muscles, joints, and back.
Technique, style, and timing are key as you move your body to the beat of songs from Madonna, Elvis, Fatboy Slim, Jessica Simpson, and others.
When you move your body through space, whether running, walking, or just getting out of bed, your body employs a functional kinetic chain and requires core competency for stabilization, acceleration and deceleration.
After a few lessons Loeser fell in love with the subtle technical nuances of the sport--"how you move your body to move the boat"--and joined up.