Break Dance Steps

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Break dancing is a great way to both get fit and express yourself through the art of dance. Learn about break dance steps with help from a dancer, choreographer, and dance instructor in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, I'm Stephanie Prosenjak from Cherry Creek Dance, here to talk to you a little bit about break dancing. Break dancing became more mainstream in the 1980s. You saw the break dancers come out with their boombax and their cardboard piece that they would dance on. They were not trained dancers. They just heard them rap and hip hop music and kind of did their free move, movement. Nowadays, we have classes in break dancing and it goes well in music videos and along with hip hop dancing. We have Ellie here to demonstrate a few steps for you. Ellie is going to demonstrate a stall. So, you start with your right foot flat, your left foot popped. Your right hand is in line with your thigh closer to your hip and your fingertips are pointed out. Your left hand then goes in line with your knee, you're pressing your triceps in against your legs. You move your body weight forward, placing your head on the floor and then pick up your feet and that right there is a stall. This is Stephanie from Cherry Creek Dance and I hope I've given you a few tips on break dancing.


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