Girl Doing Unusual Things in the Name of Dance


If you think you’ve seen the best dance moves, then think again. Breakdancing utilizes elements of martial arts, gymnastics, and even yoga. Today, break dancers, better known as Bboys or Bgirls, have pushed the limits of the human body to the point of almost defying gravity. Straight from the underground dance scene, get ready to witness. 6 Unusual Things I Learned From Hula Hooping … Don’t only girls hula hoop? … And by the end of the first lesson I was hula hooping and my kids were doing all sorts of tricks. … She called her little sister and coudldn’t stop talking about it. … So you can pray, dance, exercise, do yoga, and listen to music all at the same time ..

We start with the most recognizable move- the windmill. Originally borrowed from Kung fu, this move was used to spring up from the floor without using your hands. Now, the move has evolved into a continuous motion in which the dancer can perpetually rotate around his or her upper body. You can use your hands, forearms, elbows, or head to propel your momentum. The variations are endless! Girl Doing Unusual Things in the Name of Dance

A supremely passionate live performer, Wilson left a legacy of dancefloor favourites, including this spiralling classic. It’s not the easiest of songs to dance to, but once you’ve clicked into its groove, it is inescapably ecstatic.
Dance tip: Moving from the hips, shoulders swaying, arms outstretched, fingers clicking, head tilted

The premier Jamaican vocal duo MC Chaka Demus and singer Pliers were responsible for huge hits such as Murder She Wrote and Twist and Shout as well as this Caribbean favourite. The drop from Pliers’s laid-back intro to Chaka Demus’s foot-stomping, bum-wiggling “Tease me tease me” section is always a great moment on the dancefloor.
Dance Tip: The Bogle – wind up your waist, dancehall style

Do not do this move on concrete… for obvious reasons. The headspin is probably the most iconic and most unnatural move in breakdancing. Although its origins are derived from capoeira, Kid freeze has claimed to have invented the ‘continuous headspin’. Today, the move has been mastered by bboys around the world. In fact Bboy Aichi, from Japan, holds the Guiness World record for 135 rotations in 1 minute. Girl Doing Unusual Things in the Name of Dance

You’ll come to find that many bboy moves do not actually look exactly like they sound. Such is the case for the jackhammer. This move may look impossible, but it’s actually just a matter of manipulating balance. It utilizes a technique called “stabbing, in which you support your entire bodyweight by placing your elbow on the stomach at a 90 degree angle. With the proper set up and a little leg push, the jackhammer is born. Girl Doing Unusual Things in the Name of Dance

You could run a list of “50 James Brown songs to make you dance”, but this vigorous grunt-and-groan workshop is the one to go for. In bar one, Brown’s drummer whacks the snare so hard, it makes you jump; seven-and-a-half minutes later he’s whacking it harder still. “Can I get some hits?” screams Brown presciently at 6’40”, almost as if he knew the internet was coming.
Dance Tip: Grow a moustache, moonwalk backwards, faint, be carried off by minders

இந்த பெண்ணின் மிரள வைக்கும் நடனத்தைப் பாருங்கள்! வீடியோ

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