Wednesday, January 20, 2010


Guido Fist Pump Originated In 1960s?

JERSEY SHORE, N.J. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – The Jersey Shore kids have made the “fist pump” cool today, but the move goes way back.

The dance move, where one pumps their fist in the air to music, originated in the 1960s according to guidofistpump.com.

Website creator, known only as “Guido,” says the fist pump has been invading Jersey since the days of “cheeseball rockers from the ’60s.”

However, he’s unsure who the first ever fist pumper actually was.

Guido believes fist pumping isn’t just a dance move, it’s a “lifestyle.” It exudes pure confidence, the basis of being a genuine guido.

Guido says the secret to fist pumping is “putting your a into to it” and adds, “Give it all you’ve got or don’t do it at all.”

Though he’s never heard of any fist pump-related injuries, he wouldn’t be surprised if someone accidentally got punched in a crowd of pumped up pumpers at the club.

(Contact numbers available only to subscribing media or trial media users. You can request samples at the Wireless Flash web site.)
Copyright © 2010 Wireless Flash News Inc. All rights reserved. Wireless Flash® and FlashNews® are registered trademarks of Wireless Flash News Inc.