I don’t know about you but this could be the best bboy video ever. It’s definitely the best I’ve ever seen. When most videos I watch get played through at double speed I’ve watched this one already three times including in slow-mo.
I’ve got nothing to offer you here if you want to do this…though I think that will have to change in the future.
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This stuff is insane. It makes me want to go out and do parkour and stuff. great vid
@Robert: I don’t know who could watch this video and not be inspired to gain more skills.
I love this, especially how they look completely weightless (just a matter of strength and grace, I know, but wow!) and I will definitely be on board if you make a program for learning this stuff!
WHOA! that was fucking AWESOME man! Those Bboys got CRAZY & INSANE Skills when it comes to breakdancing! this was aweinspiring to watch to say the least… Good stuff Logan! You should contact these dudes & tell them you’re interested to offer their product on THIS site! I know it will be a hit! If you could get these dudes to work with you together on this you’re GOLDEN!
I’m just saying what would be a great idea & I give you food for thought about it as well… I would do that If I were on your shoes & owning this site… but hey, that’s just my 2 cents!
@Julia & @Matti: If I can find someone great to partner with I’ll do this project as soon as possible. I’d love to learn even the beginner skills myself.
besides, If they still haven’t made a How-to Product on how to achieve these Insane skills, then you can offer it exclusively on your site, just saying…
I second the motion to break down the breakdance moves into learnable chunks. Maybe start with the windmills and headspin. I’ve seen a few “how to work up to a headspin” videos on youTube, but they assume a lot and don’t break it down into very small learnable steps.
good luck if you pursue trying to make money teaching bboying. bboying is a dance that evolves very rapidly and all those moves shown in the video that takes years and years of practice to build up to, will be old news in a year or two-atleast in the bboy world . why dont we see more of these dancers on TV? because even though these are some of the best athletes/dancers in the world networks cant find a way to make money off of it. it might be because the very thing that makes bboying so awesome is the spontineity and rawness that will be destroyed with any kind of structure. if you are interested in learning to bboy, the single most important thing to keep in mind is that is is a form of dancing FIRST, gaining strength and showing it off is not the main objective. if you dont like dancing, you might want to try gymnastics instead.