Breakdancing in its current form is a relatively new and always exciting discipline. It draws on influences in dance, handbalancing, yoga, gymnastics and puts it all together in a way that allows a breakdancer to express their own unique style. While much of breakdancing is very dynamic and high paced, often to the tune of breakbeats, it also has static elements in it called freezes used for punctuation. Although elements of breakdancing seem to require a dauntingly high level of strength and skill, there are tons of beginner breakdancing skills like the top rock and beginner freezes that can be learned with no experience in breakdancing at all.
Basic Pushup Progressions
Want to learn how to push-up? Try building your strength stepwise 😊 the push-up will open up a world of possibilities, which I will get back to in a later video 👍 if you’re new to strength training, here is a tip to how to approach it: Find a variation (progression) that you can do about 5-10 repetitions of. This means that the variation you choose should be so difficult that you can barely do 5-10 repetitions. Rest for about 2 minutes between each set of 5-10 reps. Or do stretch to make better use of your time. Do 3-5 sets, depending on how you feel and how much time you have. Do this 2-3 times a week. You will notice that you will gradually be able to do more repetitions of the variation you chose and as you move past 10 repetitions, you should try and make it more difficult, so you can again only perform 5-10 reps. Keep going like this and you’ll eventually get you push-up🔥💪
Learn How to Windmill - Complete Step by Step - Breakdance Tutorial
Learn how to do windmills from the beginning, a bboy ground powermove. This is a detailed tutorial covering everything you need to know to do multiple windmills. If you are a beginner or advanced but can't do multiple mills, this tutorial has everything you need to know. Check out my 12 week calisthenics program if you are interested in getting stronger with your bodyweight: [My Bodyweight Training Program] - http://onlykindsfitness.com [NEW 4k POWERMOVE TUTORIALS] - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpJRb_Th3m5SrUaM16bbSZ1NX0cL63vXZ [Instagram] - http://instagram.com/bboyballz My Equipment: [My Camera] - https://amzn.to/2rQtG7k [My Lens Wide] - https://amzn.to/2rQtZ1Y [My NEW Lens Narrow] - https://amzn.to/2LvD5MY [My Trampoline] - https://amzn.to/2IWj0hg Help support my content! [Become A Patron] - http://patreon.com/pigmie [Super Patrons] Dave B. Clark R. Jamie M. Killabees Simon T. Jonathan C. Greg I.
In Depth Hollowback Handstand Tutorial
shoulder positioning, counterbalance, weight placement, stretches, wall practice
Capoeira - Tutorial Macaquinho/Carneirinho ( ENGLISH SUBTITLES )
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How to flare
how to flare ・Flare require more strength than other Powermoves. It takes time until you have strength, so please try without giving up. ・It took me over 7 months to be able to flare 10 times.The degree of completion was also low.
Air Step Arm Freeze Tutorial
Ahoy! 0:00 Intro/Background Info 0:30 Skill Description/Before You Start Training 2:19 How to Enter the Air Step Arm Freeze 3:36 Drills/Exercises 4:47 Troubleshooting 5:12 Alignment Issues 7:24 Rotation + Engagement Issues 8:03 Mindset 8:45 Outro One last thing I didn't mention in this tutorial but would like to emphasize: the potential for pain or injury from crashing this trick is pretty high, especially if you have a history of joint pain. If you can train yourself to tip into a headstand or back to your feet (always staying in line with the angle of the freeze) rather than allowing yourself to twist and fall sideways, you greatly diminish those risks. Check out Dyzee on YouTube over at https://www.youtube.com/user/dyzeesup... and online at http://www.dyzeediaries.com Thank you very much to Alckemy/ZNSEI for the music! Check out his soundcloud at https://soundcloud.com/znsei/popular-... and YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/c/Alckemy Happy training, as always let me know if you found this helpful and you can always message me for tips or feedback on instagram at www.instagram.com/scottamcdonald
This video talks about some basic (and not so basic) headstand freeze transitions! Video Includes headstand to: handstand, crow, air baby and elbow freezes! Here is a guide to the key parts of the video: 00:00 Introduction, training techniques and tools. 00:39 Head to handstand transition - progressions and tools 03:38 Head to Crow transition 04:20 Head to Airbaby transition 05:25 Challenge round:head to Crow to Airbaby 05:49 Head to elbow transition
Headspin Crash Course Trailer
Can you spin on your head??? This is probably the number one question I have been asked since I started breaking in 2005. The answer is yes, and you can too! This tutorial contains everything you need to learn how to spin on your head! ... OK, maybe not EVERYTHING. But if you have a solid movement foundation and you are interested in the exciting world of brain-carrier-rotation this is a great place to start! In this 3-part tutorial, we will take our headspin from 0 (headstand) to float (wheeee!!). Prerequisites: solid headstand (hands on the floor) for 10 seconds.
Taps and Floats for Headspins
In this lesson we will learn some basic skills for getting comfortable with our taps and floats so that we can really start spinning!
Forearm Stand (Pincha Mayurasana) Basics
This video covers a details description of how to position your arms and shoulders for this pose, including drills to learn how to safely kick up into forearm stand, and several ways to use the wall for safety and to train new skills. This video is perfect for anyone looking to improve consistency with this skill, or for someone learning it for the first time.
This video covers two different variations of headstands, including how to place your head and arms, and safe self-spotting using the wall. This is a great video if you are just learning how to do a headstand or you want some tips on how to make them feel more stable and less scary!
Breaking Fundamentals: Headstands
This is a basic headstand tutorial for anyone interested in learning how to do a simple headstand. Headstands are a great foundational move to have for many movement arts, here we will break them down using simple and safe progressions to get you up on your head in no time!
Winding Up in a Headspin
In this lesson we will learn the windup: the prep for our headspin!
Basic Headstand and Fingertips for Headspins
In this lesson we will learn some basic skills for getting more comfortable on our head!