i'm new in this community :) Is it possible if any of you friendly people can help me by telling me which songs are good to breakdance to?
and how to find them and stuff?
Today I got more fimiliar with the basic toprock and zig zag down move, and lastly 6-steps. It's definately challenging in terms of balancing my weight properly when shifting positions to each arm and leg. Trying out on flat palm, tips of my fingers, and pads of my fingers- pads of the finger and tips are hardest- several times it felt like my fingers could sprain or bend in a very uncomfortable way, so i'm sticking with flat palm until i become more fimiliar with everything else my body is doing. On top of that getting back into building up my stamina is another factor of it all, it's so easy to forget that i need to take a break since its not like a deliberate "exercise" routine, where you are assigned to doing X amount of situp sand pushups. I'm sure over time my upper body will develope much more strength, as i plan to be able to do a handstand when things feel more comfortable. But to sum it up- the session is really a fresh breath of air. This new hobby will definately be a good upkeep to my health and flair for self expression!
Is there a Boston scene? Does anyone give demos or classes? Web links?
I'm curious about break classes in LA. I'm going to be there for a few weeks this summer, and I would love to take some, but I don't know where. If you have any info, please tell not just where and when, but also what sort of class is it? Like, if it's one where only really really experienced breakers go and throw their power moves, I'm quite sure that's not the place for me. But if there's a beginner/intermediate breakin' class, I'd be interested. Thanks in advance.
Whats a "bonnie & clyde" battle? Is that guy/girl vs guy/girl?
hey, i'm all new (and i mean "all") to this blogging scene, but it seems like this could be a very useful item for networking. anyway, im posting with las vegas in mind. i spent some time in chicago where i began learning the fine fun of breakdancing at a place called "alternatives" (anyone from chi-town should be familiar with it). i learned mostly just basics (top rock, 6step, 3step, basic pose, etc...) before circumstances had me moving to vegas. i wouldn't mind getting involved in some kind of community breakdancing over here. does anyone know where or who i could contact to find out what the scene is in las vegas? there's gotta be something in the desert. let me know. much thanks.