We can make the rhythm more exciting by splitting the left hand fifth (interval up) into quavers and playing those 'staggered'.
Watch this demonstration video.
Here's an ultra-relaxed version showing the left hand rotation movement.
You will of course be working on your stamina and speed! This is important because a lot of these rhythms - like aeroplanes - only really 'take off' at a certain speed.
Here's an up-to-speed performance of the previous version. 'Snap' that flapping fifth down like your winning domino!
More difficult is to alternate up-down/down-up but in snapped quavers.
This too should go a little - or a lot - faster than the demo version.
Here's a medley version combining the two directions.
Mister Musicarta loses track of the up/down alternation in the RH-under second half. Did you spot that?
Now go on to Harmonising the Snake Dance and identify the intervals we can use to 'flesh out' our arrangements.