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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
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Roholt argues that to comprehend a groove specifically is to feel it, actually to move one's body, to attend to its "conspicuous affective dimension" (p.
Scientists use the word "paralysis" to describe this sleep condition because, really, it is similar to paralysis, which is the inability to move one's body or limbs.
With regard to working with the power of more immediate gratification, increasing the frequency of incentives can create the added motivation needed to first find time to move one's body and then to actually do it.
The ability to move one's body in time with music is called entrainment, and scientists have a number of different theories for why people dance.