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How To : Hand hop like a true BBoy

This is a quick BBoy tutorial put together to show hand hopping techniques. You don't need one arm handstands to do hand hops. Remember to try at your own risk.

How To : Two Step & Baby Swipe in BBoy breakdancing

Step 1: from the original six step position, kick your left leg to the right side as if you were going to 3step. Step 2: Pull your left leg back so that your legs make a V. This should look like step 3 of the 6step. Step 3: Straighten your right leg and sweep it around your l ...more

How To : Do the Jerk dance

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 ...more

How To : 1990 in breakdancing

This is a subtitled tutorial for BBoys looking to breakdance. The 1990 is a classic bboy move in breakdancing. Check out the step by step to get your moves on.

How To : Perform "Baby Windmills"

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, ...more

How To : Knee spin in breakdancing

Want to learn how to do a knee spin? BBoy Snoop shows you. It's easy. Wear knee pads, it saves you from miserable injury. The circles on a knee are pretty simple, but look good.

How To : Dance the basics of break

BBoy Snoop shows you the first 5 steps in break. This is part jumpstyle, little hip-hop and lot of break. He shows you how to do a swipe and the circle at the beginning of most every breakdance routine. This is a basic tutorial and does not get into anything heavy.

How To : Perform a three step for breakdancing

Bboy shows you how to do the three step. With easy to follow instructions, he breaks down every step so you can see the movements and technique required to pull off each move, and it's repetitive enough that anyone can learn these moves easily.

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