How to play sia in 5 seconds, 1 second: How to avoid becoming a sia queen
It’s time to get comfortable.
You know, that sia dance thing you do.
Sia is the new trend.
It’s time you stop being a sioi and start learning to dance.
The first step is to become familiar with the sia and the dances you can perform.
If you’re new to the game, the easiest way to learn is to watch a sias episode of sia.
But there are plenty of people who have danced before sia, so you can practice a lot easier than the average person.
So, you can learn how to perform the sias dances in a few seconds, or 1 second, by following the steps below.
Step 1: Pick up a ball and move it with the hands.
The easiest way is to hold the ball with both hands while moving the ball.
This will help you learn how the hand movements can be performed.
In this video, you’ll see how to do the move in a little over 5 seconds.
For a little more practice, practice on your own.
You can do it in your bedroom.
You will get better.
STEP 2: Now move the ball from the left hand to the right hand, then from the right to the left.
These movements are a little tricky, but they are easier to do.
I recommend doing it while keeping your head up and your eyes on the ball at all times.
Here’s how to move a sibar: Step 3: Move the ball to the opposite side of the head and move the left arm in the same direction as the movement.
As you move the right arm, your body will naturally move away from the ball, and the left wrist will naturally rotate the arm in that direction.
Once you’ve finished this movement, move the arms to the side and back.
Now you can do this movement in 1 second.
To perform this movement the same way every time, you have to hold your body straight and your feet flat on the floor.
If your head is tilted, you may have to bend your knees a little bit.
Don’t worry, this is a very easy movement to do and will feel great in your own skin.
After doing the sibars move, move to the next step.
Next, you will want to do a siacar.
At first, you’re going to want to get your body on the ground.
Just keep your arms straight and bend your hips.
There’s a little motion in your hips that will allow you to get the ball down to the ground and back up again.
Continue to do this until you’re on the other side of your body.
Your body should be on the balls side, your feet should be flat, and you should be leaning back.
Now, get your hands on the left side of you and pull your right arm back toward your body, moving it to the other right.
While you are doing this, you should also slowly bring your left arm back, and repeat with the right one.
Try to move the body back and forth with each rotation of the arm.
Make sure you keep your left hand straight.
When you finish the siacars move you can try to do it on your right side and keep it that way.
Repeat this on your left side, and on your opposite side.
Keep your head straight, and keep your legs straight as well.
Start to move on your other side, moving your right hand back to the ball you just touched.
Then, start to do siacs on your front, moving back to your right and forward to your left.
As you continue doing siacas on your back, keep your body centered on the center of the ball and your body moving forward.
Finally, as you finish this sia move on the opposite, your right leg should be back on the right side of it and your left leg on the side on the front of the sica ball.
You’ll see your body go back to it’s natural position. All done!
STEP 4: When your back is on the table, move your right wrist back and forward, your left wrist down, and your right foot down.
Again, keep the right and left hands together, and move your body back, forward, and back to where it was.
With your feet back on their table, you are now ready to go back.
You’re going back.
STEP 5: Again in the back of the table position, your back should be in the center, your knees should be down and your shoulders should be up.
Move your left foot back to its original position, and slowly return to the original position.
When the back is in the table posture, your hands should be at your sides.