Since the release of the single ‘Shake it Off’ by Taylor Swift, there have been a ton of creative mashups. Kids are dancing to “Shake It Off” including news anchors like Dan Thorn have also been singing along to the platinum-selling song and most of them are hilarious to watch.
Here is a video that mixes Swift’s ‘Shake It Off’ song in perfect sync with an aerobic dance routine from 1988, which is pretty close to ‘1989’, the title of Swift’s album which she chose because it was the year she was born. The video has since become a viral sensation, with many people sharing it on social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook.
Watch this 1988 National Aerobics Championship video synched to Shake It Off.
Released in 2014, ‘Shake It Off’ is a hit song by Taylor Swift. The song was written by Swift, Max Martin, and Shellback. It is the lead single from her fifth studio album, 1989. The song has reached number one in the United States, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and Ireland. It also became the first ever to debut at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Here is a neat retro concept cover of ‘1989’ if it would have been released in the year 1989.
This video is just too fun and creative not to watch! I personally don’t think I’d be able to keep up with the people in this video; however, I’ll try dancing along and burn a few calories. Do you think you could keep up with the ‘Shake It’ aerobic dance routine? Let us know in the comments below!
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Correction: This post originally stated that the video routine was from 1989 but is actually from 1988.