[Break Dance Tutorial] How To Break Dance: Freeze - Forearm Freeze

In this beginner’s breakdance Freeze tutorial you will learn a basic freeze called the Forearm freeze and 3 common mistakes to avoid while training your Forearm freeze

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Tips for mastering the Forearm Freeze

  • There are 3 points of contact: Forearm and both hands
  • Line up your opposite hand with the elbow of your forearm freeze arm vs. lining up your hands
  • Position your hips over your center of gravity/your forearm and opposite hand before kicking off
  • Spread your fingers as wide and grip the floor for better control and balance
  • Flex your entire body when at the peak of your freeze
  • Practice different leg positions (scissors, open, closed and tucked)

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Tonez&Re-C - Kyoto by @TONEZPRO (OFFICIAL) https://soundcloud.com/tonez-pro
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These tutorials are meant to help spread the knowledge I have been fortunate enough to come across throughout my years of dancing. By no means is this the only way to teach or learn how to dance, but this might be one way that helps someone further understand the art of Breakin'. To keep with the positive spirit of the dance community, all negative comments towards other people will be deleted immediately.

About the Author Darren R. Wong

Darren R. Wong is a member of The Kinjaz from NBC's World of Dance and has been teaching, performing and choreographing in the Hip Hop community for 13 years. He has also been a part of world-renowned Hip Hop organizations such as The Kinjaz, Culture Shock LA and Kaba Modern and spent 4 years on the faculty of the Claire Trevor School School of the Arts at the University of California, Irvine as an adjunct lecturer of Breakin'. For more information about Darren click here

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