Looking to break into the break dancing world? In this video, learn some easy moves in break dancing with start with top rock basics, such as stepping out with the right foot, crossing the arms, crossing the left foot in front and opening the arms. Add flair to these dance floor friendly moves, with help from this free lesson.
If you love hip hop and break dancing, you are already almost there. The steps to becoming a B-Boy are pretty easy, and if you check out this video you will learn exactly how to become one.
In this video, it teaches you how to do a dance move called the windmill. To start out you use the basic move with your right hand turned and left hand straight your elbow goes into your stomach. when you get into this position you lift your right leg up then your left leg and your right leg swings under. You want to turn yourself and push off with your arm that is in your stomach. It shows hints to make it easier for you to do and teaches you that the first windmill is the one you have to le...
Have you run out of moves on the dance floor? Impress your friends and yourself by breaking out some old school moves with a crip walk clown walk move. Follow the steps in this video to learn how to clown walk.
Bust out the parachute pants and boom box and pay tribute to one of the most famous performers in modern times with the MC Hammer Dance. If you're bored with the latest moves then have some fun and try this retro style.
Jay R. has some dances that he wants to show off and teach to you. He is going to be teaching you how to perform 10 different dance moves. Jay will be walking you through 10 easy dance steps that just about anyone can do. Dances included in his video are the reject, the jerk, the dip, side step, pin drop, the dougie, and much more. So if you're looking for some new dances to try out at the next party you go to, be sure to watch this video from beginning to end.
This locking tutorial teach you about some dancing movements by Shawn Phan in his own style. He describes some small things while dancing a few basic movements that are missed during dance steps. At first he gives a short description of dancing steps that he is going to describe through this locking video tutorial. He gives a simple idea to dance better and easy steps to do to make the dance more funky. Those who watch dancing and those who dance always expect something amazing in the perform...
The kick ball change is a step found in almost all forms of dancing, from ballet to tap to hip-hop. A kick ball change consists of three kicksteps and a ball change. That is, you kick your foot once and step forward, putting your foot down. Kick with the other foot and step your foot down. Switch to the other foot and kick, then step your foot down. Your other foot should be behind you a bit - you tap the ball of that foot on the ground, then tap the ball of your other foot (so you're "changi...
Fitforafeast has uploaded a video of Rebecca teaching girls a basic hip hop routine. The video begins with the two child hosts, Sloan and Katrina, introducing Rebecca. Rebecca instructs the children how to dance House (a specialized version of hip hop dancing). House dancing is mentioned as being frequently performed on the popular TV Show “So You Think You Can Dance”. Learn to move with the agility of children. If you want to learn a simple House Hip Hop dance routine be sure to watch this h...
Bboy Remedy gives a step-by-step lesson on performing baby windmills while break-dancing. He insists that one should put on a good jacket before trying these steps to avoid getting one's back burnt from friction. The secret to performing good baby windmills, according to Bboy, is that one should always keep one's feet crossed and that one should roll on one's head. In closing Bboy cautions that baby windmills are rather difficult to perfect and that one should be persevering and patient.
This video demonstrates different types of jerking techniques and styles. The first style is The New Jerk, where you push your legs with your arms and get low. Step 2 is the New Reject where you put your feet outwards as you step. Step 3 is threading, where you grab your foot and jump over your leg. Step 4 is the slide back, where you put your foot up and swing back to slide back. Step 5 is the Head Bang, where you jump in the air and headbutt the air. Step 6 is the mini dip, where you jump s...
Shawn Phan teaches how to perform the Poppin' move in the dance technique referred to as Fishing. To be able to perform this step, it requires upper body control. Phan explains what the step consists of and where the move can be commonly found. Phan then shows the tricks to be able to move your body to create the desired effect. He provides examples of how the move is performed and then slowly breaks down the move so that anyone can learn how to perform it.
Do you know how to Jerk? Jerking is a very cool new form of dance that combines BBoy moves with Krumping and a bit of Hip Hop. You will have so much fun learning the moves from this detailed step by step video. Being an awesome "jerk" will surely impress your friends, plus you get some worthwhile exercise in the process!
This instructional video shows how to do some basic break dancing moves.
Originated by James Higgins (AKA "The Original Skeeter Rabbit") in the 70s, the skeeter rabbit is a shuffle step you can use in your hip hop dancing. This move employs your skills on locking to contrast with the fast moves you're doing on the dance floor. The skeeter rabbit calls for extensive use of your legs, hopping swinging and freezing for a frantic move that's sure to impress on the dance floor. This video tutorial will teach how to do the skeeter rabbit dance move.
Learn how to do the Two Step dance. Make sure your feet are lined up (try to stay on your heel and toe to make it look better).
Jerk crew Audio Push teaches you how to jerk, reject, and dip while offering expert advice on what's fresh and what's lame. Style is subjective to an extent, but let these seasoned vets refine your moves with this smooth instructional video. They make jerking look so easy even a five year old can do it.
Whether nerd or geek, let this video teach you the basics behind the Dougie, which is less of a move, and more of a dance style. If you're looking to jerk smooth, tutorial host FZ Central will show you how to add flare to your steps. So break out your best Dougie and get swag with it.
In this Jerk dancing tutorial, a young man by the name Young Maj teaches us in a few seconds how to do the basic Jerk step. After? He burst out into a crazy advanced Jerk dance full of dips and acrobats... Not for beginners or those with bad backs. 'A' for presentation however, Young Maj!
In this JusJerk video, The Stick Figures (a Jerk dance crew) teach the simple "Drop" in Jerk dancing. By jumping down to your feet with bent legs and popping back up in an upright standing position, you have just "dropped". The trick and art of it all, is when you bring a variation of different dance moves between drops. Give it a try!
Just starting out with your Jerk dancing? In this JusJerk video, some ladies from the neighborhood who go by the name "L7" teach a beginning Jerk dancer the basic Jerk step, as well as the Pin Drop and Reject.
JusJerk and Jerk dance crew, the Stick Figures demonstrate how a "Pin Drop" is done in the world of Jerking, and later, how variations of the Pin Drop (sometimes also referred to as the "Knee Drop") can lead to multiple Pin Drops in a row and/or some pretty impressive acrobats. Later in this tutorial, the Stick Figures show how to do "The Break Leg Pin Drop" by dipping and "breaking the legs". We're guessing they mean this figuratively.
JusJerk gives the Stick Figures (a Jerk dance crew) center stage to explain how to do the "Toe Op" and a little move the Stick Figures like to call "The Break Ankle". These moves are for advanced Jerkers, so beware beginners! You might just break your ankle if you don't do it correctly!
Stick Figures, a jerk dance crew, show JusJerk the difference between The Dougie and The Jig and describe how its differences are not only in movement, but more in attitude. Don't miss the free-style Jerking in the beginning of the video! Who knows, it may inspire some new moves!
JusJerk brings us a tutorial by the Stick Figures, a jerk dance crew, on how to do a signature Stick Figures move the "Stick Step". There isn't much instruction in this video, but I'm willing to bet if you watch it enough times on repeat, you might just get the Stick Step down. Good luck!
JusJerk has the Stick Figures, a jerk dance crew, show us how and what the "Dougie" looks like, a popular dance from Georgia that has spread out through out the United States. Watch and get inspired as several Stick Figure members show off their best Dougie moves.
Stick Figures, a Jerk dance crew, show JusJerk their famous variation of the Stick Walk by mixing an older move known as the "Clown Walk" with "the Reject". Quickly going through a step by step instructional, study fast to steal the Stick Figures' unique family recipe.
Smash Bros LA, also known as SBLA, is a Jerk dance crew from Los Angeles, consisting of six members who have taken their jerkin' skills to the Interweb with this tutorial on Jerk dancing. Within the video, SBLA go over how they perform ten jerk moves, and how you can do it the easy way. Moves include: The Reject, Dip, Pin-Drop, Spongebob, and Berries & Cream.
Need to brush up on your Jerk dance moves? Need a basic Jerking tutorial stat!? This tutorial takes you through a variety of moves including the reJect, basic Jerking, hand movements to apply to foot moves, and an invented dance move called the "Toon Step" or "Spongebob". They also go over how to do the bun burning knee-drop, so listen closely! There's a lot packed into this one!
Want to learn how to jerk dance? Team ExClu$!v3 is here to start you out with a basic tutorial on what jerk dancing looks like and how to get your legs and feet moving, doing what is called "steezing" or "the steez". Instructors Leonardo and Jr. Donetello show you the "dos and dont's" so you don't look "straight up goofy" on the dance floor and also go over a jerk dance move they like to call "the sway".
Know how to do the pindrop? Well, how about the advanced pindrop? Team ExClu$!v3, an advanced team of jerk dancers, take us through a couple advanced pindrop (sometimes known as the "baydrip") moves including the "Hell Drop" and "The Stickpin" ...meaning you stick your leg and hold it at all times, coming up spinning? Confused? Watch the video. Team Exclu$sive makes is all look so easy.
Curious how to Jerk dance? Team ExClu$!v3 is here to show us all we need to know in the world of jerk dancing. Instructors Michaelangelo and Donatello take us step by step through a move called "the ReJect" making it look easy, but don't get fooled! The ReJect is quite difficult and is in actuality, a highly technical move... So be sure to watch closely and don't be afraid to rewind and re-watch until you have it down smooth!
How do you do that "thingy" on the dance floor where you fake drop on your knee and look cool? For those of us who wonder what it takes to bust a move, we luckily have Team ExClu$!v3 tutorials on how to Jerk dance. In this jerk dance instructional video, Team Exclusive give foot by foot instructions on how to do the "Pindrop", other times known as the "Baydip". This is an advanced jerkin' move, so be careful... You may break something!
For those of us who wonder what it takes to rip it up on a dance floor, we luckily have Team ExClu$!v3 tutorials on how to Jerk dance. In this jerk dance demonstration video, the jerking masters start off with instructions on how to take the "Original Ject" to the "LOL Kid$ Ject". This is an advanced tutorial, so for those of you just starting out with your jerkin', make sure you get in enough practice before you make your jerk dance debut or you just might look like a jerk!
Kids... it's dance time! Check out this dance video tutorial on how to do a ball change step in hip hop dance for kids.
Kids... it's dance time! Check out this dance video tutorial on how to do a body roll step in hip hop dance for kids.
Ever had the fascination to learn, or the inclination to Crip Walk? Well, now's your chance. This video tutorial will get you performing true to the Compton-born dance movement from Crip gang members. If you're not a gangster in the ghetto, you should not be doing the C-Walk, unless you're wreckless. See specifically how to Crip Walk the V-step heel toe combo.
Ever had the fascination to learn, or the inclination to Crip Walk? Well, now's your chance. This video tutorial will get you performing true to the Compton-born dance movement from Crip gang members. If you're not a gangster in the ghetto, you should not be doing the C-Walk, unless you're wreckless. See specifically how to Crip Walk the X-step (or the R-Walk X-step).
Ever had the fascination to learn, or the inclination to Crip Walk? Well, now's your chance. This video tutorial will get you performing true to the Compton-born dance movement from Crip gang members. If you're not a gangster in the ghetto, you should not be doing the C-Walk, unless you're wreckless. See specifically how to Crip Walk the snake forward one foot (or the R-Walk forward 1 foot).
Ever had the fascination to learn, or the inclination to Crip Walk? Well, now's your chance. This video tutorial will get you performing true to the Compton-born dance movement from Crip gang members. If you're not a gangster in the ghetto, you should not be doing the C-Walk, unless you're wreckless. See specifically how to Crip Walk the V-step forward back.