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In this article we will cover all of the basics of how to give a lap dance such as costumes, settings and dance moves. 1. Practice Makes Perfect The very first thing which is needed in order to be trained at how to give a lap dance is a partner. Women who are planning the the dance performance as a surprise for their spouse can use an armchair to rehearse the moves. The armchair is still an essential part of the dance performance because the partner should be seated on it. The partner should be aware that he should not touch the dance performer while the performance is on so that she can do the lap dance properly. This gives the lap dancer control over the situation and could make the performance even sexier for many men. 2. Dress for Success You will need to think about what kind of sexy outfit that you will wear while you are performing the lap dance. Keep in mind the kinds of lingerie or clothing that your partner finds erotic when choosing your costume. 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Show Your Assets The person who is receiving the lap dance must be seated over the armchair and they need to make sure that their hands are kept by their sides. This would ensure that their hands are not obstructing the moves of the performer. When the music starts the dancer should make eye contact with her partner and move towards him in a sensuous way. Then keeping her hands rested over the back of the chair and one knee in between the legs of her partner, she should try to move slowly in a figure of eight while keeping her back arched so that her partner's attention is drawn towards her breasts. Then keeping her elbow rested on the arm rest she should raise one leg up onto the back of the chair then slowly run her hands down and then up her legs right to her crotch. At this point the performer would try to slide down her body so that it makes contact with that of the partner. 5. Dramatic Conclusion When you have finished sliding your body down your partner get up slowly in a sensuous way while turning so that your partner will be able to admire your hips, legs and buttocks. Bend over and slowly run your hands all over the entire length of your legs. While placing your finger on the crotch area, turn your head slowly to give a sexy look at your partner. While your back is still turned move to the chair and lower your body until it is almost touching your partners groin. Undulate your body in an erotic figure eight and then in a forwards and backwards motion over your partner. Your lap dance performance is now finished so now you need to decide if you are going to let your partner use his hands!
The 2014 Newest Style Of Cheap 653996 660 KD 7 Global Game Action Red Metallic Silver,Nike Kobe 9 Low EM Premium Laser Crimson Like they usually do on the court, the Carleton Ravens dominated the CIS men's basketball awards handed out Thursday in Halifax. After being the only CIS team to go undefeated in the regular season with a record of 22 0, three Ravens were named award winners as Carleton gets ready to face the Concordia Stingers Friday night in the CIS Final 8 championship. In his second year with the Ravens, 19 year old forward Tyson Hinz a St. Matthew Tigers grad was named the CIS player of the year and earned all Canadian honours for the first time. The Ottawa native became the fourth Raven all in the past six years to claim the Mike Moser Memorial Trophy, joining Aaron Doornekamp (2008) and back to back MVP Osvaldo Jeanty (2006, 2007). "(Hinz) has made huge strides this season," said Ravens coach Dave Smart, who was named CIS coach of the year. "He has taken on the role of our main matchup and has put our team in a position to win on countless occasions. He has done everything we could have asked of him and more. He makes everyone on the floor better." Hinz enjoyed a standout season for Carleton. He finished eighth in the OUA with an average of 17.1 points per game, thanks in part to his conference leading 57.2% field goal percentage. Besides leading the Ravens in scoring, Hinz also topped them in rebounds, averaging six per game. Peter Mullins Trophy for rookie of the year since the award's inception in 1988. "(Scrubb) has come into a tough situation and has taken over at the point position. He is as good as any of the freshmen we have ever had in our program," said Smart. "He has a calming influence on our entire team and, for a freshman, has an uncanny feel for the game." Like Hinz, Scrubb had a huge impact on the Ravens, finishing second on the team with an average of 13.1 points per game. The 18 year old also led the Ravens in assists (2.8), was second among OUA rookies in three point shooting (40.5%) and had the fifth best free throw percentage (86.4%). Rounding out Carleton's honours was Smart, who earned a record tying fourth Stuart W. Aberdeen Memorial Trophy as CIS coach of the year. In his 12th season as coach of the Ravens, Smart is now tied with Bruce Enns (UBC, Winnipeg) and Ken Shields (Victoria, Laurentian) for the most Stuart W. Aberdeen Memorial trophies, with four. He was previously honoured in 2003, 2005 and 2009. This season under Smart, the Ravens led all 14 weekly national rankings. They were the top defensive team in the league, allowing an average of only 61 points per game, while their 91.6 points scored per game topped the OUA and ranked fifth in CIS. Carleton suffered its lone loss of the campaign (in 32 games against CIS opponents) to the Lakehead Thunderwolves in the OUA final, but still advanced to the CIS tournament as the No. 2 seed, marking its ninth consecutive Final 8 appearance and its 10th under Smart. A six time OUA East coach of the year, Smart has guided the Ravens to the first six national titles in program history and enters the CIS championship with a career conference and post season record of 312 30 (.912). "What can I say about coach Smart? He is the most talented and hard working coach I know," said Ravens athletic director Jennifer Brenning. "What is so impressive about (Smart) is his ability to develop a team over the entire season. This year was particularly impressive, as this young Ravens squad suffered only one loss against CIS competition, making it one of the greatest seasons in his coaching career." The Ravens go into the CIS championship as the second seed behind the UBC Thunderbirds, ending Carleton's run as the top seed for the first time in four years. Carleton suffered a surprising 77 62 loss to Lakehead (ranked No. 4) in the OUA final last Sunday in Hamilton the Ravens' only defeat of the season. Also battling for CIS supremacy in Halifax will be the No. 3 Saskatchewan Huskies, No. 5 Trinity Western Spartans, No. 6 Dalhousie Tigers and No. 8 Acadia Axemen. 653996 660 KD 7 Global Game Action Red Metallic Silver Hong, Associated Press ANAHEIM, Calif. Rookie Danny Salazar tantalized once again Tuesday night, but he missed the real drama with another early exit. Salazar struck out seven to give him 29 strikeouts in his first 23 big league innings, but he was long gone by the time the Indians beat the Angels, 4 1, in 14 innings as Drew Stubbs hit a two run homer to break a 1 1 tie. The Indians are an AL best 9 2 in extra innings this season. "That was just a real fun game to be a part of," said manager Terry Francona. "There wasn't much offense going on, but both teams kept playing right until the end. Shuck's leadoff homer in the first inning. Salazar and eight relievers turned the trick. The win went to Carlos Carrasco (1 4), who pitched the final two innings. The Angels, who have lost 11 of their last 16 games, stranded 11 runners in the last seven innings and 17 for the game. Lonnie Chisenhall started the winning rally with a one out single off Joe Blanton (2 14). Blanton jumped ahead of Stubbs with two quick strikes before he worked the count back to even. Then Stubbs drilled a pitch far and deep over the fence in left center to put the Tribe ahead to stay. "It was just a huge exhale of relief and satisfaction," said Stubbs. "I missed a pretty good pitch to hit earlier in the at bat. I said if he throws another one (fastball), I've got to capitalize. I knew I hit it pretty good, but I wasn't sure if it was out because it was to one of the deepest parts of the ballpark and the air gets heavy here at night." The Indians added an insurance run when Michael Bourn scored from second on Blanton's throwing error on a Jason Kipnis grounder. In the late innings, the Indians staged one escape after another. The most remarkable came in the 10th. Matt Albers, the fourth Tribe's reliever, started the inning by giving up a single to Josh Hamilton and walking Mark Trumbo. Kole Calhoun loaded the bases on a bunt down the third baseline that catcher Yan Gomes was going to let roll foul, except it never did. Albers struck out Chris Nelson and Rich Hill relieved to face switch hitting Hank Conger. After Conger fouled off a squeeze bunt attempt, he lined out to Mike Aviles at third, who just missed forcing Hamilton at the bag for a double play. Bryan Shaw relieved and struck out Grant Green to end the inning. "We knew what we wanted to do in that inning, it was just a matter of executing and doing it," said Francona. "We probably caught a break on the squeeze. Richie threw it up and eventually got him out. Then Shaw came in for the strikeout. We had a lot of guys do a lot of good things." Bourn ended the 12th with a leaping catch against the wall in right center field on Conger's long drive with the winning run on second. "That ball just kept going," said Bourn. "I'm not too familiar with the wall here so I didn't want to get too close and jump and get hung up on the wall. When I'm like that, I jump and I'm glad I did. I hit the wall when I came down." The Indians mounted a threat in the 13th when Carlos Santana walked with two out and hustled to third on Gomes' single. Asdrubal Cabrera, however, flied out to left. The Tribe moved to within 5 1/2 games of Detroit in the AL East. They also reduced their deficit for the second wild card spot to 3 1/2 games.
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