The ‘Turkish Bump’ is a relatively simple move, but the use of your glutes can take it from blah to bold. Begin with feet parallel, hip width apart. Place the ball of your right foot a few inches in front of the left foot. Now flex your right glute as hard as you can, and notice how this really adds a “bump” to the movement. Practice moving your foot and flexing the same glute, then rotate from side to side. Finally, add the arm movements. The ‘L Arms’ can be a bit “Frankenstein-esque” if you’re not careful, so remember the correct hand position (imagine you are holding a jewel between your thumb and middle finger), and always keep your elbow slightly bent.