Are you a single dude at da club looking to score a chick? Then science has really come through for you, bro!
Basically, a psychologist from a UK university used 3D motion-capture technology to record the dancing of 30 male volunteers. Those dance moves were then rendered into a faceless avatar to control variables such as height, build, and general male attractiveness to keep the focus squarely on dancing.
After 37 women judged the moves on a seven-point scale, this is what they concluded…
“Women rated dancers higher when they showed larger and more variable movements of the head…”
(Not like this.)
“Speed of leg movements mattered too.”
“Particularly bending and twisting of the right knee.”
“Left knee movement didn’t seem to matter.”
“Arm movement didn’t correlate with perceived dancing ability in any significant way.”
So, don’t get crazy with the arm movements, gentlemen.
ARMS DOWN, FELLAS.
Do you disagree?