Don't be fooled by this move. It looks complicated, but it's so easy to do!
Start standing with your feet hip-width apart, toes straight ahead. Extend both arms out in front of your chest, hands in fists, with your right arm stacked on top of your left. As you hop onto your right foot, bend and turn your left knee in, lifting your left heel off the floor, and bend both arms about 90 degrees, turning your right hand up to the ceiling (palm faces forward) and your left arm turns down (palm facing away from you) [A].
Hop back to the center with your feet facing forward, hip-width apart, and extend both arms back out in front of you at chest height, left arm crossing on top this time [B]. Next, hop onto your left foot, and bend and turn your right knee in, bending your left arm at 90 degrees up to the ceiling, and your right arm at 90 degrees to the floor. Repeat hopping from the center, to the right and then the left.
Spice it up by adding a little single, single, double action—do the move once to the right, once to the left, and then two times to the right and repeat.
Watch this how-to video to see the move in action.