Introduction to Hip-Hop Dancing

Hip Hop dancing is a delightful and high powered type of dance consisting of dance moves that will stimulate your body. It was introduced in low income neighborhoods with kids making up dance steps to rap music. The commencement of music videos and rap music has raised the number of individuals wanting to learn this new form of dance. Hip hop dance is now globally recognized and is even available in many dance studios.

Hip hop dancing comprises of a wide range of styles, including locking, popping and breaking. All three styles that comprise this dance allow some amount of improvising on the part of the dancer, thereby making this style of dance a very resilient and passionate art form. Any dance classes you plan to attend will outline that in the beginning. You can expect to be given free reign to express yourself through the movement while staying true to some of the traditional styles that were a part of hip hop dance from in the 70s.

Hip hop features self impressions and the dances come from the soul. The dancing represents body movements that go with the beat and rhythm of hip hop music. The jumps, breakages, and rotations in the movements are combined in such a way that the dance style becomes an informal and explosive one.

To many people, dancing has become a very key form of entertainment. This is particularly apparent in the fact that there are now many TV shows that showcase the talents of hip-hop and street dancers. If you watch these programs and feel the urge to learn some of those moves, then attending dance classes would be the best way to go about it. This is a great way to become physically fit while learning dance techniques that embraces freedom of expression.

Hip hop for just a mere thirty minutes is enough to get that heart pumping, lower your blood pressure and release some stress. You will recognise this dance as an exercise is fun and efficient. Now get out on the dance floor (or your living room to start)!

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