recently started up again. cant do much though lol
i already feel the pain via forearm, bicep, and wrist muscles lol
Join Date: Jan 2007
But I might be biased in saying so because when I did (pretty insane) toprock against my homie in a wannabe battle at my high school dance, the white girls were like 'uhhhh' and my homie did a so-so windmill, and they were going nuts for him.
Yeah straight up.... when the audience is watching you, doing just styles.. you don't get the wow crowd.. the majority of them sits and cheers for the power heads. Most of em not understanding the foundation itself.. but in the end only bboys know whats up.
I get alot of attention at my gym. Heck some chick comes up to me, was like yeah i like your moves. Can you do that "flair" thing again.. im like ummm.. yeah sure why not. ahha. Not to be cocky or anything. But its true. lol.
yeah. imo, power moves are nice and all but i give more props to a creative freeze or a nice six step over air flares or some shit.
If you have styles and power.. You are well rounded. That to me is a solid foundation!
Word, word. Do you have youtube videos?
Sidenote - Are you Vietnamese? Sounds like it from your sufu name.
^Actually that seems to be whats hot in the breakin' community right now. Every comp. I go to or w/e, powerheads nowadays can ride a beat well. Hell even I do
Join Date: Oct 2007
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Ynot is one of the best toprockers on this planet. Possibly even the best. Cool dude too.
Any advice for upcoming dancers?
My advice to anyone that is breakin' now or wants to break is to know your foundation and history. Don't B.boy just to do it or because everybody else is doing it, or because it looks cool. When I first started, I wanted to know everything about it. You have to be involved in it. You have to ask questions and learn something because that's what's most important. B.boying is not about head spins. B.boying is about learning the culture. Don't just taste it, get the whole meal.