Glowsticking - Glowstringing and free hand are two forms of glowsticking. Glowstringing is defined by a few factors: the use of glowsticks on a string, the swinging motion, and an equally large growing category of moves and concepts that share many of the same aspects as many other stringing related fields. Freehand glowsticking is glowsticking typically practiced without strings attached to the glowsticks.
Jumpstyle - The legs are the most important part of the body in jumpstyle. It is performed by a series of forward and backward swings of the legs on the rhythm of the music.
Melbourne Shuffle - The basic movements of Melbourne Shuffle are a fast heel-and-toe action with a style suitable for various types of electronic music. Some variants incorporate arm movements.
X-Outing - X-Outing involves quick step-like movements, whereby the dancer hops between their heels and toes in a rapid motion, from leg to leg. The dancer would also often rock forwards and back on their heels and toes with one of their legs in front. The core 'stepping' move is usually called the 'X-Step' by many dancers.