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Rope us in! Couple finds an ingenious way to dance a socially distant salsa

Rope us in! Couple finds an ingenious way to dance a socially distant salsa

  • The couple wears face masks and holds a cord in each hand to keep their distance
  • They hold the cords while spinning and people have admired their skill
  • The video, believed to have taken place in Madrid, has been viewed nearly 2 million times

Two salsa dancers found an ingenious way to keep dancing while keeping a social distance.

The couple wears face masks and holds a cord in each hand to keep their distance and stay in perfect sync while dancing on the streets thought to be in Madrid.

Journalist Bianca Padró Ocasio posted the video to Twitter on June 29, saying, “Good morning. A friend of mine shared this video of socially distant salsa and that’s how I try to be. To enjoy.’

The pair have strings on the street, presumably in Madrid

They dance salsa while maintaining a social distance

They dance salsa while maintaining a social distance

The pair are holding cords on the street, presumably in Madrid, so they can dance salsa while keeping a social distance

She said the rope they are holding could be a skipping rope or exercise resistance band.

As the pair spins, they both continue to hold the cords and don’t get caught in them.

Social media users have taken to Twitter to admire their skills. One of them said, “I would be wrapped in those cords.”

The video posted to Twitter on June 29 has been viewed nearly 2 million times, with 110,000 likes and 28,000 retweets

The video posted to Twitter on June 29 has been viewed nearly 2 million times, with 110,000 likes and 28,000 retweets

The video posted to Twitter on June 29 has been viewed nearly 2 million times, with 110,000 likes and 28,000 retweets

Another replied, “Packed, tripped and in the gutter. But I’m adding it to my list of safer date suggestions! ‘

A third user said, “That’s great. Please let this become a new dance trend. I wonder if this makes learning easier or more difficult? ‘

Someone else said, “I can’t dance like her, with or without a mask …”

The video has been viewed nearly 2 million times, with 110,000 likes and 28,000 retweets.

As the pair spins, they hold the strings as social media users have taken to Twitter to admire their skills

As the pair spins, they hold the strings as social media users have taken to Twitter to admire their skills

As the pair spins, they hold the strings as social media users have taken to Twitter to admire their skills

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