How To: Move like a hip hop dancer

Move like a hip hop dancer

This video is for true beginners with no hip hop dance experience. People with no dance skills come to me all the time wanting to learn how to dance. In addition to classes, I teach private lessons, mostly to guys who don't want to look dumb when they go to a dance with a girl. The key is to learn how to feel the music and move to it like a hip hop dancer does.

As I explain in this hip hop dance tutorial, 95% of the time you will be just moving or bouncing to the beat mostly in place. In clubs and dances, there is usually no room to bust it out, and if there is, it's usually too dark to really see anyway. When I'm out at a club I can spot girls that know how to move well not because they're busting it out, but because of the simple ways they move to the beat. That's your goal: move to the beat like a really good hip hop dancer. So this video just skims the surface of how to move like a good hip hop dancer.

This video shows you a few simple moves that you can put together into a sweet move. It's important to master the small hip hop dance moves. That's what sets you apart as a hip hop dancer and someone that is trying to hip hop dance.

9 Comments

dude ur the #$%@ but when i try the moves they look corny lol

Dude, i can bet u r a Very i mean Very good dancer, i m from pakistan, now a days i m in london uk and 40 years old man and i used to do break dance like swip, windmill, etc. i can see u can teach alot, smiply just keep it up. good job

very well done on the breaking steps down, explaining clearly and showing those steps in a way even someone with no dancing background at all could understand.

Excellent instructional video, got any more on here or Youtube??
I would like to see more moves. So I can practice them. Cool

I just found your other vids, cool

kool. would like to see more moves, great !

ya i agree with logitech the moves look cool when u do em but when i try to do them they look funny is tht ?

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