When I watched Shakira's powerful Super Bowl halftime performance, a thought crossed my mind: "I wish I could move like that." Well, lucky for me, and anyone else who wants honest hips, the "She Wolf" singer dropped a dance tutorial on Feb. 4 to help fans learn choreography — the champeta, specifically.
Champeta is a dance form that originated in Shakira's home country of Colombia, before expanding across the Caribbean. During the halftime show, the singer led a massive group of dancers through the traditional moves in unison, impressing the audience at the stadium and at home. On her YouTube channel, Shakira handed the reigns over to her 18-year-old choreographer, Liz Dany Campo Diaz, for a detailed breakdown of the dance that any level of dancer can copy. Watch the full tutorial above, and get ready to channel Shakira's energy through a halftime-inspired workout playlist too.