Any way to help me stop bouncing around while djing
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    Default Any way to help me stop bouncing around while djing

    I practiced djing standing up yesterday for the first time and I bounce around so much. I just get so into the music that I want to dance. Any ideas to help me not do that? I feel like it looks bad and I look like an idiot while I do it.

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    We all do. It helps you get into it, don't feel self conscious!
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    Hahahahahahaha thats a good sign!

    How long have you been sit down mixing for?
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    Why would you want to not dance while DJing? I actually once managed to dance a pit of like 15cm depth into the dusty ground while spinning at an open air party
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    You're doing it right.


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    Lol, is this a troll?

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    You should use ankle and wrist weights. It might deter you from bouncing and if not, you'll be getting a work out too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SirReal View Post
    You should use ankle and wrist weights. It might deter you from bouncing and if not, you'll be getting a work out too.

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    One of these might work


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