We’re back with another video in our ongoing Breakdancing Series!
In this video tutorial, Adrian breaks down How To Do A Chair Freeze. This is a great move you can do on the floor to end your routine, as freezes help create a sense of finality.
About the Breakdancing Series:
Breakdancing is a great way to keep your body moving in a fun and unique way. Never breakdanced before? No problem! In our Breakdancing Series, Adrian breaks down moves into simple, easy to understand steps.
Check out these other Breakdancing video tutorials:
- How to CC
- How to do a Corkscrew
- How to do a Backspin
- How to do a Kip Step
- How to do The Worm
- How to do a 3-step
- How to do Top Rocks
- How to do a Knee Drop
- How to do a 6-step
- How to do a Shoulder Freeze
Some breakdancing tips:
- Make sure you’re dancing in an open-space area (give yourself plenty of room)
- If you’re going to breakdance outside, you can lay down some cardboard on top of concrete to dance safely and smoothly.
- Take it slow, drink water, and have fun!
Love breakdancing? Send us a video or pictures of your moves to firstname.lastname@example.org, upload to social media using #VirtualBGCBFC, or comment below!