- Firstly, never call it a secret handshake. NEVER.
- Try to avoid anything involving you simultaneously jumping in the air. It's hard to coordinate and easy to get spectacularly wrong. It's also a little bit wierd.
- Despite this, do try to add as many seperate components to your shake as possible; complex finger movements, fist bumps, shoulder tags, and even spinning around are all perfectly fine secret handshake moves.
- If a jump is absolutely unavoidable, you may as well go for it. Popular usage includes chest bumps and sometimes even shoulder tags MID-AIR -o). Only the most professional of secret handshakers use these elements. It may take years to reach this level.
- The daring handshaker may decide to 'riff' during a shake, where he will disengage (known more colloquially as a 'break from the shake') and do a small routine entirely on his own, before rejoining moments later to complete the shake. This is very cool.