Breaking - Breakdance - Volume 1
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Ever wanted to learn how to Breakdance? Well now you can! This DVD goes over beginner breakdance moves in a simple step by step way, using slow motion and other technical bits to help you learn easier! This DVD is perfect for complete beginners or for those with a little bit of knowledge and experience who want to learn more!.
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The DVD goes over: knowledge, basic moves, the groove of breaking, rocking steps, 3 Get downs, 4 footwork moves, freezes, combinations, introduction to power moves, the windmill, how to link the moves together, freestyle clips and much more!
A few reasons why you should get this DVD:
- Tailored for complete beginners - no experience needed!
- Focusing on one style so you get the maximum amount of knowledge
- All you need to get yourself going when learning to breakdance
- Use the moves on the dance floor…it’s time to impress!
- A personal way to learn to dance, that you can watch over and over
- Email us questions to help you progress with this DVD
Learn at a pace that suits you.
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