We’re back with another video in our ongoing Breakdancing Series!
In this video tutorial, Adrian breaks down how to do a Corkscrew. This is a great transitional move to get you down to the ground in an impressive way so you can do footwork, or you can corkscrew back up to go into top rocks. Performing a corkscrew helps to make those transitions seamless and gives your routine more style.
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 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!