If you think you can’t dance, perhaps you should look into beat-deafness. McGill University researchers in Canada have found that beat-deafness causes some people to have a hard time synchronizing their moves to the sounds they hear, according to The Sydney Morning Herald.
Researchers say people who suffer from beat-deafness struggle to clap or move their heads to a regular beat pattern, particularly when the sounds change tempos. However, beat-deafness is rare and it appears less than a handful of people have been diagnosed with the condition. More research is needed on the matter. So, for now, rest easy and keep trying new moves.