Intermediate Hip Hop Choreography

Would you like to not only know intermediate hip hop moves but also how to put them together for some impressive combinations? Learn how to do intermediate hip hop dance combinations from a professional instructor in this free dance video series.

Series Summary

Hip hop dancing covers a large range of styles and specific moves and techniques, but the cornerstone of the style is undoubtedly break dancing. Over time, that so-called old school way of dancing and participating in hip hop culture has evolved into many different off-shoots. Funk dancing, popping and locking, jigging, freaking, krump, and hyphy are examples of types of hip hop dance, and each style contains certain moves that distinguish it from other forms. Many people take hip hop dance lessons, and although some people believe that teaching orchestrated steps is contrary to the roots of the culture and history of hip hop dance, many people benefit from taking lessons.

In this free dance video series, a professional instructor will teach you numerous intermediate hip hop dance moves and how to choreograph them. She will show you how to do shoulder shakes, brush offs, snaps with attitude, hand slaps and rave hands. You will also learn how to stomp and unwind, step and pop, wave and pound, reach and pull, and pound and slide. Finally, you will learn how to do the pancake, scarecrow, airplane pop and traveling body wave.

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