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Hip Hop Dance Masterclass: learn hip hop dance at home - hip hop dance for beginners.

teacher avatar Bartosz Maryjka, Teacher, dancer, explorer

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Lessons in This Class

74 Lessons (4h 38m)
    • 1. Hip Hop Dance Masterclass

      1:45
    • 2. What to expect

      2:02
    • 3. Bounce

      7:43
    • 4. Bounce practice

      2:10
    • 5. Two Step

      9:24
    • 6. Two Step practice

      1:33
    • 7. Box Step

      7:40
    • 8. Box Step practice

      1:32
    • 9. The Smurf

      6:33
    • 10. The Smurf practice

      1:35
    • 11. ROUTINE no1

      5:40
    • 12. Bart Simpson

      5:25
    • 13. Bart Simpson practice

      1:34
    • 14. Kick Ball Change

      8:56
    • 15. Kick Ball Change practice

      1:34
    • 16. Biz Markie

      5:06
    • 17. Biz Markie practice

      1:05
    • 18. The Wop

      7:16
    • 19. The Wop practice

      1:32
    • 20. ROUTINE no2

      6:50
    • 21. Fila

      6:13
    • 22. Fila practice

      1:17
    • 23. Reebook

      6:07
    • 24. Reebook practice

      1:26
    • 25. Party Dance

      6:37
    • 26. Party Dance practice

      1:29
    • 27. Cat Daddy

      4:58
    • 28. Cat Daddy practice

      1:16
    • 29. ROUTINE no3

      3:53
    • 30. Cabbage Patch

      8:52
    • 31. Cabbage Patch practice

      1:21
    • 32. The Prep

      7:38
    • 33. The Prep practice

      1:30
    • 34. Stick and Roll It

      6:10
    • 35. Stick and Roll It practice

      1:29
    • 36. The Barnie Dance

      5:28
    • 37. The Barnie Dance practice

      1:16
    • 38. ROUTINE no4

      5:00
    • 39. Criss Cross

      7:26
    • 40. Criss Cross practice

      1:02
    • 41. Happy Feet

      4:47
    • 42. Happy Feet practice

      1:01
    • 43. Pas De Bourree

      4:47
    • 44. Pas De Bourree practice

      0:54
    • 45. The Brooklyn

      4:09
    • 46. The Brooklyn practice

      0:44
    • 47. ROUTINE no5

      3:40
    • 48. Alf

      3:59
    • 49. Alf practice

      1:00
    • 50. Shamrock

      3:54
    • 51. Shamrock practice

      0:59
    • 52. Pepper Seed

      6:27
    • 53. Pepper Seed practice

      1:24
    • 54. Roger Rabbit

      4:28
    • 55. Roger Rabbit practice

      1:08
    • 56. ROUTINE no6

      5:03
    • 57. Monastery

      9:01
    • 58. Monastery practice

      1:26
    • 59. Steve Martin

      7:35
    • 60. Steve Martin practice

      1:05
    • 61. Creep

      3:26
    • 62. Creep practice

      1:02
    • 63. Atl Stomp

      5:17
    • 64. Atl Stomp practice

      1:17
    • 65. ROUTINE no7

      3:27
    • 66. Body Wave

      6:29
    • 67. Arm Wave

      7:12
    • 68. Jack and Wave

      2:57
    • 69. Jack and Wave practice

      1:03
    • 70. Spongebob

      5:25
    • 71. Spongebob practice

      0:55
    • 72. ROUTINE no8

      3:08
    • 73. Class Project

      0:30
    • 74. Congratulations

      0:29
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About This Class

Learn hip hop dance moves at home! Beginners guide to hip hop dance.

No experience is needed - I will explain to you everything that you have to know to become a great hip hop dancer. You don't have to spend 20$ for a regular class every week, you can learn hip hop dance successfully from the comfort of your own home. Enrol on the course and get access to all of the videos immediately and start your exciting journey as a hip hop dancer. Practise whenever you want, and surprise everyone around with your new and amazing dancing skills!

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How the course is created:

In this course, I will teach you over 30 hip hop moves and 8 simple routines so that you could practice new moves together.

For each move I prepared 2 videos:

1. In the first video I explain every move very deeply and analyse it to let you understand it better. In those videos, you will be able to follow my instructions very easily since there will always be two views at the same time - one of my whole posture, and the second of my legs.

2. The second video is created for practice with music. We start together following a simple counting pattern that I provide for you, and after that, I give you some time to explore the move yourself and at your own ideal pace.

After every 4 moves, I also teach you a simple routine created on the basis of the moves that you have learnt so that you could practice them even more! 

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Don't wait and enrol on the course right now. Start your beautiful journey of hip hop dancing and enjoy new moves that you will learn throughout the course. Then complete the class project and enjoy your new skills even more <3

See you in the course!

Your instructor, Bartosz Maryjka

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Bartosz Maryjka

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Hello! My name is Bartosz Maryjka, a professional teacher, dancer, business coach, and online courses creator from Poland. I work with many knowledgeable people including therapists, teachers, choreographers and businessmen, which gives me a lot of knowledge about various life cases and enables me to look at people holistically in order to help them develop successfully and quickly, no matter what their goals are. I love sharing my knowledge and experience so I create online courses for people seeking valuable knowledge and personal growth!

I'm passionate about helping others and following their growth in all aspects of their life. My online courses are created to help you get a better person and professional in your field. I'm constantly creating new courses and although I'm the... See full profile

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1. Hip Hop Dance Masterclass: Hello and welcome In our hip hop dance masterclass, in which I will teach you how you can become great and professional hip hop dancer right here and right now. My name is butters America. And among many things that I do in my life, hip hop dance is always in the first place. I've been dancing for around 50 years now. And I have to tell you that I can't imagine my life without dancing. I really, really love it. I've created this course to teach you how to become great and professional hip hop dance without even leaving your room. It is not true that you have to spend a lot of money for some fancy hip hop dance classes. You can achieve everything right here and right now in your small room. With this course, your personal motivation and a bit of practice, you can start your cheap cup dense carrier successfully from the comfort of your house. And you know what, the support that fog that you can learn hip hop dance at your house. I decided to record all over those videos for this course here in my small room. And this way I want to show that everything is possible and that you really can dance at your house and you really don't have to waste their time and don't waste your money for regular hip hop dance classes. So, and the roll on the course right now and start your hip hop dance carrier right here and derived now, I'm waiting for you in the first video. 2. What to expect: For this course, I've prepared tons of videos in which I teach you how to become great and professional hip-hop dancer. I teach you how to dance hip hop moves. Your house. I divided the whole course into smaller section. And for its section, I've prepared for hip hop dance moves. And guess what? For each move, I've prepared to not one but two videos. The first video is explanatory video in which I explain and analyze each move so that you could learn them as fast as possible. The second video is poor practice with music. So we start to gather with a simple routine and with my counting and after dark, it is your time to explore that even deeper. And it does not the end. For the each section has prepared also a shoulder routine in which I teach you how you can combine all of those moves together. And that's not the end. There is also one more element, very important element that will help you become great and professional dancer fast. For each video, I provide you with two screens at the same time. On the first screen you will be able to observe everything would I do my whole posture. And for the second screen, I prepared a perspective on my legs. Okay. There are only my leg so that you could better understand what do you have to do with your relax. With all of those elements. Soon you will become great and brought fish on our hip hop dancer here in your house. So don't waste your time anymore. Don't waste your money for regular classes and the roll on the course and start your hip hop career right here and right now, I'm waiting for you in the first video. So see you there. 11. ROUTINE no1: Okay, so you already know four moves for heap hub moves. So right now we can start our first routine. So we are going to start our routine, or if our simple balance wave our hands and we are going to do it for eight counts. So let's start with that. Bounce. All right, so we're going to do it for eight counts. And after that we are going to do eight cans of past. But right now, it's time to add our hands. So we've got eight counts of bounds, wave our hands, and then we've got eight kinds of bonds with hands. So let's try. We've got 12345678 and we've hence 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. Great. So right now you could say that parts from a side view. So once again, we've got we've got eight counts of simple bounce, eight counts of bounce with, with, with hands and dried. Now the next part is for two-step. Alright, so we are going to step with our hands for the next eight counts. So once again, we start with our bounds for eight counts. Then we add our hands for next eight counts, 567, all right, then we've got to step 2. 78. Alright, so right now we've got three musing our thirst routine. So right now it is time to add the next move, which is our summer. So we are going to start with right hand and we are going to do to eight counts of that simple slow Smurf. So we are going to count to fall. So we've got 1, 2, 3, 4, and then we change our hands. So once again we've got eight counts of bounce, hey, counts of bounds with hands, eight counts of two-step. Then we've got to eight cans of Smurf, and now it's time for our last move. So it is boxed set. And we are going to do four counts of box step without hands. So it will be one circle. And after that for the next circle, for the next four counts, we are going to add our hands to these nuc. So let's start with that simple balance once again. And we add our hands. And we've got to step 5678 and we've got Smith, 567812345678, box step without hands and box that we have our hands. Okay. I forgot about my hands in this in this practice, but we have to remember about them in our, in our routine when the music will be light for you. Alright, And at the end you can do a little spin or you can. And the whole routine in your own way, you can decide what you are going to do at the end. I think that I will end the, the whole routine with this spin that you can see right now. So to do what you have to cross your legs and then you'll have to just spin right and turn. All right, so that's our first routine. Let's start once again. Let's practice it a bit. So 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 8 and 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 to step one, 2345678, Smith, 2345678123456781 without hands. Hello, and one with has 34 and spin. Great, That was perfect. So right now we can start that routine with our music. So let's start. 16. Biz Markie: Okay, and we've got the next move, which is this milky. And right now you can see how this looks like. Here I do also some variations of these nerve, but for our course we are going to learn the basic version of Biz Markie. Maybe we'll try one small variation, but at the beginning, let's just stick to that basic version of Biz Markie because it is not that easy for some people. So the first thing that I want you to do is to relax your arms. Okay. Let your arms be us relaxed as possible. Okay. Just waved them as I do on the screen. That's perfect. Okay. That's the first thing that we have to do. All right. Let your r's be relaxed. Okay, Where do you feel that your arms are relaxed? Then we can start the first thing in Biz Markie. So we are going to reach to this kind of again, I don't want you to flex your muscles to manage. Okay? It will it have to be very soft movements, so reach and to reach. Okay, that's it for now. So retriever, right, retriever, left on. And let's do it for a few times. Okay? So that's the first thing with our Bismarck in, as I said, we can do some variation. So over time you can, you don't have to always reach to the sky. You can do with two different directions. Okay, but for now let's stick to that reading through the sky. And after that, I want you to go with your arms down till you reach and then you have to cross your arm with your body. Okay? Like I do on the screen. Okay. But we want that arm to flow, okay, so when it is up and let it go down like that, let it go down. Alright. I don't want you to put any power to that movement. Okay. We don't want to use our muscles too much. Okay. So when your arm is above your hand, above your head, then just let it go down. Like that. It might be not that, that is at the beginning, but just practice up and let it go, let it go down than to, great. And we've done that. We have to pay attention to the next element, which is that bouncing movements. So when your arm goes down, then you have to do that bouncing the movement, okay? As always, as I said in the previous videos, bounds is everywhere, okay? So this here as well. So when you go up with your, then you go down, then you have to do that, the bouncing movement as well. So reach and bounds. And what I did right now was jam. So here is the next element. So it is not only bounds in that bin that's in that part of the movement, it is also jumping. So when you go with your arm down, you have to jump and then do that, the bouncing movement. All right, so we are adding the next elements. But at this, I think I did the last elements, so no worries there. Once again, reach and jump with bounce, bounce. Great, and you don't have to jump in. Faraway. Can be very small jump, but please jump. All right. Just do this movement and bounce. Bounce. Okay. And remember that your arm should be relaxed as large as possible. Okay, and I told you that we might try one variation of Biz Markie. So one very simple variation is that you don't cross your arms, your body, but your arm goes forward after, after dots, reaching to the sky. So you reach to the sky and then your arm goes forward, okay, in front of you. Reach and go forward, reach forward, reach, forward, reach and go forward. Okay, and here again, we want to do that. The jumping movement arrives. We don't want to forget about the jumping. It makes the whole move looks even cooler. So remember about Dodd, remember about bouncing, okay. Remember to keep your arms relaxed, Okay. And having all of those things in mind, I'm pretty sure you will be completely fine with your Biz Markie. And it will look really, really fine when you will be dancing in the future. 17. Biz Markie practice: Okay, For be snarky practice, we're going to start with four cans of B's market without job. Then we're going to do the next forecast we've jumped and we're going to continue doubtful eight counts doing based Maki with jom that explored the mood and enjoys cell it stops. And 1 is 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, a two arm, 2345678. Hello. 18. The Wop: Okay, and the next move that we are going to learn is the MOOC. For these news. We are going to use our arms as well as our legs. And as you can see, there are also some variations. You can use one arm at a time. It can you still honor the time, so you can, though that move even deeper after our practice session. But here we are going to learn the basic whoop and we are going to start with our legs. So please lift your legs like that. Okay. Lift your legs to the side, right. So your knees go up to the side and when you lift your leg, the other leg is bouncing. Okay. So when you lift your right leg, you have to bend your knee in the left leg. Right leg dots. Let me show it from the side view. I lift my right leg and I bands my left leg. Okay, so again, that bouncing movement is present in the next move. So as I said, boss is everywhere. And here, you can also move your upper body a beat to the side, right. So the whole weight is on your on your on your leg which is bending. Okay. So it should allow you to move that that upper body to the to the side a bit. All right. So when we've got our legs, what do we know how to move our body? Now we'll be able to add our hands. Okay, but for now let's practice did for a few more times. All right. Perfect. So now our arms, let's put them in front of you like that. Let's imagine that you have to hold something. You have to hold a big box up. There is no book, so you can turn your hands like that and then try to weigh those those hands from one side to the other. So again, you hold the books, turn your hands and now go down and to the side and down and to decide like dot down to decide your elbows close to your to your body. Okay. They don't have to be in a completely closed but no, they are somewhere in that area. Right. So remember heard about about that. It will make your move look a bit better. But after that, when you will feel comfortable with that move, you can, you know, put your hands in a distance from, from your body, like I present right now. In the basic version, we are going to stick our elbows to the body. So just try this movement for few times. Let's try to move our hence for few times. And so when he will feel comfortable with that move, we can connect our arms with our Lex. Okay. So let's try. We have to move our weight from one leg to the other. Okay. And we'll be doing it while moving our arms. So you change the weight and now look, you are using your arms and again to the other direction. Move your arms and change the way moved away to the next leg. Perfect. End to the other side. Great. Okay. So that's what we want to do and what we want to do it because other the ends, we want to lift our legs so we have to move that way through the one leg. Right. So when I am right now my weight is on my left leg so I can lift my right leg. So let's start one again. You've got what? 1234123412341234. All right. So always when we've got four, you should lift your leg. Ok. It is very important to remember while those legs, because we've all those legs, our arms are not as impressive as they could be arrives. And here we can also add some variations, as I said at the beginning. So we can use one leg, one arm under time. We cannot be changed these movements. But in that basic version, we move our arms from side to side, okay, and we lift our lag 4. So let's dry. Once again, let's look for some variations. So when you know how to do that basic loop, let's try to find that lower position of your body so you can go a bit deeper, right? We always want to remember about that dancing positions. So here is a small imitation of that mousing position of the busing was men because we are very low on our legs. And let me show it from the from different perspective, from side view. So we've got whoop. And now we go down, okay, and now the whole movie looks a bit better. Of course you can do both option. Both options. Okay? It's, no, it's not that you always have to go that low. We've your MOOC, but I recommend that that's a lower position for the movement and I think it will look cooler. Alright, and the last element that we can add 0s our hat. So when you move your arms, your hat can follow your, your, your hands, right? So look at the data connection. When my hands go down, my head also goes down. When my head's goes will decide my hat goes the same direction, right? And from the side view it looks like this. And the dot, the dot is basically the loop. So there are three elements. Our legs, we lift our leg on full, we move our arms, our hands like dots. We can look for some variation and the US, for example, one arm out at a time. And the third element is our head not follows our hands. All right. 19. The Wop practice: Okay, Here we're going to do each month for eight counts and we're going to start with the group without lags. Then we're going to add our legs. And at the end we are going to add our head as well. After that, it will be your time to extol the move, change levels, change directions, use one hand of the time, do whatever you want, just enjoy the move. So let's start. And 12344612346 and a Y to Y and C. Adequate. Okay. 20. ROUTINE no2: Okay, and we've got our second routine, and for these routine we've got another former. So it is Biz Markie, the hoop, Bart Simpson and kick ball change. And we are going to start with eight counts of simple Biz Markie, but I don't want you to jump for those eight cans, so it will be just the movement of your hands and that bouncing movement with your Bismarck. So for the next eight counts, we are going to add that jumps. So the first eight counts we've got Bismarck, the wave out jump like that. And after dot for the next eight cans we've got Biz Markie with jump. Perfect. So that's what we've got at the beginning. Let me show it from the side view. So we've got the Bismarck without jump for the first it counts and then we've got base market with jom for the next eight counts. All righty. Of the dots, we are going to add eight counts of the MOOC called the root. So we are going start just without, just wave our hands and with our legs. Okay. Well, where are not going to use our head for now. So it will be just a UWP, the simple loop, right? With your and arms moving and with your leg rising up. Okay. So let's try from the beginning. We've got 12345678 and the OOP, 12345678. Great. We've got eight cans of Biz Markie, wave out the jam than eight kinds of Biz Markie with jump. And then we've got eight counts of their group. And for the next eight cans, we are going to continue with their Woodlot right now. We are going to add our head to do these movements. So we've got eight kinds of doop and then eight counts of the loop with our head, like I do on the screen right now. Okay, So let's try from the group without head. So we've got 12345678, and now we've had 12345678. Perfect. So now we've got four moves. And for the thrifty move, we are going to do BZ marquee. I'm sorry. They woke him but in that lower position. Okay. So we'll have to go really low with the whoop in that third version. So we've got a simple loop. We've got the job with our head. And after that, we are going to do the whoop with our head, but in that lower position. All right, so let's start again from the simple loop. Now add your head and go low with your room right now. Perfect. Okay, and after the loop, we are going to start four counts of our Bart Simpson. So right now, we have to when you, when you're rupees and you have to be prepared to start your Bart Simpson already. Okay, so we end our whoop and then we've got our Bart Simpson full, full counts. Okay, so let's try it one more time. So we've got there, whoop, sorry, the Biz Markie. Without jump. We've got Bismark wave a jump, where you've got in that basic version. Then we've got to do it. 21. Fila: And the next move that you are going to learn is filler. And right now you can see how hela looks like. Okay, so that's the move that they are going to learn in and minutes. And there are quite a few elements that we have to cover with our field of practice. But I think that we can start with our arms. Okay, So forget about your legs for now and just focus on your arms. And right now I want you to focus on your shoulders. Try to roll your shoulder down. Roll your shoulders down. All right. I want you to draw a huge circle. We've your shoulder tried for a few more times. Perfect. And the second shoulder, I want you to feel that move in Europe and that movement in your shoulders that is very important in the field. So try to roll that shoulder, okay. It's never too module practice. Okay. So now when you know how to roll your shoulders, we can add our face. So when you roll your shoulder, I want you to push down with your fist. Okay. So Rule and push down at the same time. Role and push, role and push. Okay? All right. And in this move your arm can be completely straight at the end, but it really doesn't have to. You just have to push down. But you decided to use if your arm is straight or not necessarily. Okay. And now we can combine the movement. We can do one shoulder all the time on our mother time. So right shoulder, left shoulder. Perfect. So does the move of our of our arms. Thank you. Push with rolling out and shoulder. And then we can add then move of the second arm. So rolling the first step is the first step, but then we have to reach to the sky wherever the opposite arm. So when you roll your right shoulder and when you lose you with your right arm, then you have to reach to this card with your leg, left arm. And when you roll your left shoulder, you use your left arm, then you have to reach to the sky with your right arm. So let's try. And left. Reach with right, right, which we've left. One, Two. Okay, Perfect. So that's what we do with our arms. Right now. We can combine this movement with our legs. Okay? So when you reach your, when you reach to this guy, then it's time to jump, okay? When he wants to do, when you want to reach, then you have to jump. Okay? Imagine that something is, is far away from you, okay? And you want to grab it right there is a balloon at the ceiling and you wanted to jump to grab it. Okay, that's what we want to do. So boss and jump, boss and jump, boss and jump. Okay, This very important to do that bounce movement, bouncing movement at the beginning because it will let you jump a bit higher. Of course you don't have to jump one meter up. It has to be just small jump, but we want to make it visible for your audience. So roll your shoulder. Who's your push your feast, okay, and here as you can see, I want you to turn your upper, upper body a beat, okay? So push and jump. And when you are pushing with that feast, you start that bouncing movements. So you have to go a bit down with your knees, right? So push and go down at now, jump and reach. Push and go down. Jump and rich. And two ones again, rich, gray. And let me show it from the side view. Push, go down, jump up and reach, down, jump and rich. Guy right? Now let's try it with the opposite arm. And remember about turning your hips and your upper body. Push, go down and jump. And when you jump you can open your hips again, okay, then you don't have to be turned. You can open your hips with that jump, right? 12345678. And for a few more times. And let's practice it a bit more. Let me show it from the side view. So twos go down and jump and reach, push, go down, jump and reach. Okay. So that's our, that's our filler move. And I think that this move is, is quite easy, so I'm pretty sure you will get used to that movement pretty, pretty fast. Just practice it and you will be completely all right. 22. Fila practice: Okay, For our Philip practice, we are going to start with eight cans of very, very slow feel light will be really slow tempo, so don't rush at the beginning. And after Dad, we're going to do eight cans of fastest sulla to fill that move in a fast tempo cell. That's power base. And then try to explore the nerve and do your best to fill it in your body. So at start and 123412341234, I say that. 23. Reebook: Okay, and the next move that we are going to learn is Reebok. And right now you can see this myth on your screen. And there are a lot of variations of Reebok again. But here we are going to learn that the basic version so that you could explore that, move deeper in your own practice. Okay, So now when you know how Reebok looks like, we can start exploring this. So we are going to learn the movement of our hands, of our arms at the beginning. Okay, So show me your biceps. Just flex your biceps and now imagine that your arm is is a hammer, Okay, and there is a table in front of you and you want to hit that table, we've your hammer like that. Try these new for few times. Ok. And now we have to change that direction, that beat. So forget about that table right now. And now imagine that there is a wall next to you and you want to hit that wall. You can use your other hand to support that. And you can use it as a wall. All right, so now let's try to patch that wall to try to hit that wall with the hammer for a few times and try with another arm. Perfect. It is really important to know how your, how your arm goes with that new. So try to try to practice that movement for few times so that you could feel comfortably with that. Okay, and now when you feel alright, you can put your hands down for you put the other hand down and just try to do heat. That's wall that you imagine. Okay. So having that hammer will have to punch the hole. That's clear. Okay. But now we have two, mix it a bit. So we are going to hit twice with right hand and then we are going to hit two y's, we've left hand, okay? So starting with right-hand, we've got 12 and then again one and stick with that second. Are just practice it for a few times. Okay, and I hope you are okay with this movement. So let's go a bit deeper. Let's add our lex. So here again, we are going to add that bouncing movement that you already know. So while hitting with your right hand, I want you to bounce twice. Okay. So with every sheet, you go and you go down with your with your niece, right? You bend your knees twice, like I do on the screen. Okay. So we are going to mass for two counts, 12. And then look, where is my elbow when I do that? That's two counts. Then my odd then I have to change my arms. Okay. So when my right arm is down, then the left arm is already ready to start the movement. Okay. So 1, 2 and Luke, my elbows is close to my hip and I'm ready to hit with the hammer, with that left hammer right now, 12. And here is another element that I have to tell you about. So we have to bounce for first two counts, but then we have to jump for the next two. Cancel It's bounce the bounce, jump, jump. Okay? And you can jump in, moving to the side, you can jump, moving to the front. Ok. Oh, You can stay in the same position. It doesn't matter. You just have to jump. So once again, bounce, bounce, jump, jump. All right, it was a bit faster. So let's try it slowly. Jump, jump. And that's basically the whole Reebok right now we have to just move for a few more times because of course it is not that easy to combine those movements and it is a bit tricky because we start with bouncing and then we have to jump for the next two counts. And so it might be a bit, a bit complicated for someone, but I'm pretty sure you will be okay after some practice. Okay. And while jumping, you always have to do a little bounce because without that mass you won't be able to jump. Okay, so that bounces there for the whole time, but it is a bit slower. Okay. This is not as visible as for the 2 first counts. All right, but the balance is there for the whole movement. All right. Okay, so now we know how the whole roof looks like. So I think that we can practice it a bit more. So let's start. We've got 123412341234. And that's basically it. If it is too fast for you right now, you can try to practice the movement, the move a bit slower. Okay. And then when you feel comfortable with Dad, you can change the placement of your hands. You can do something like I do right now, so it doesn't always have to be a hammer. You can use your hands in a different way. So it always depends on your just tried to explore that move later. 24. Reebook practice: Okay, welcome back. Here we've got Reebok practice. And for this practice we are going to use only our simple regular Reebok that you already know after the explanation video, we are going to do is four to eight counts. And after that it will be your time to explore the move. Then try to change levels, try to change tempo. Just enjoy the move for the whole minutes. Now we are going to practice it. So let's start. And 1234567, 345. 25. Party Dance: All right, and we've got the next move, which is a potty dance and stride. Now you can check how this looks like. Okay, so that's the movement that you are going to learn in a minute. And it is a bit similar to fill up that you've learned in a 22 videos ago. And so if you know how to density LA than potty dance will be easy for you as well. So right now we are on a body and we wants to enjoy that party. So does the party dance for so let's start with our legs. For a potty dance, we are going to use some steps. So we've got step with your right leg then turn your foot and left a leaf. Then next, lack the second leg. Ok, So when you start with your right leg, then you have to turn your foot and lift the left leg. Once again. Step with right leg, turn and lift. Step, turn, lift, step, turn, lift, step, turn, Lift, and over IT once again from this perspective, we've got step, turn, lift, step, turn, lift, step, turn, lift, step, lift, step, lift. Okay, so that's basically the movement of our legs in a potty dance. We have to practice it for a few more times to get used to that movement. And now, when your step, you want to push someone from your way, okay? You want to go somewhere and someone in front of you and you want to move that person, okay? So imagine that there was someone and you want to move that person like that, okay. Or maybe they're even a lot of people. Okay. And you want to move them, you don't want to see them in front of you, right? So just practice that move with your arm. Okay. Tried to move all of those people. That Zu who dance the best, who's the best dancer. So move all of the other people. All right, and now we have to combine the movement of our arm with our lek. So we start with the stamp and then we finish when our food is completely turned in. Okay. 12. Okay. Step, turn and hide your are. Right. And with that other leg and with the other arm, again, step, turn and move people from your way. Okay. So we've got the movement of our legs. We know how to use our arms as well. So let's continue. We've got the sport will lift our leg. And at the same time we have to rise the opposite arm and do this movement like you would. Like. You want to pull something from the ceiling and say that there is a balloon and you want to grab it and pull it down. So when you lift your right leg, then you pull with your left are like dots and they work in the same time. So when your right leg goes up, then your left arm also goes up. Okay. So once again, 1234. All right. That's what we've got. Let's start turn. Lift your arm and lift your leg at the same time. Okay. Let's let me show it from the side view. Okay, Let's practice it for a few more times. There might be a bit complicated. You have to get used to that movement. Basically, when you use your right leg than the way you always have to use your left arm ends at when you use your left leg, then you have to use your left or your right arm. Okay. And again, when you pull that pull that balloon, then you don't want to come back with your hands anywhere you want. That's your starting position to do that. That's the first movement, okay? So you pull and then you move people out of your way, pool and move people elegy or a pool and move them. All right? And here I want you to turn your hips EBIT, okay? When you do that step. Alright. So let's try. Okay, perfect. And now the whole movement looks a bit better. All righty. That's why I want you to move those heaps while you do the first step to decide. So let's try with our hips in the same position. Great. Okay, And right now, let's try to make that move even bigger and a bit faster. We have to practice this movement a lot to get used to it. Adopter. Some times it will find it very easy and natural. Just practice it for a few more times. Don't rush anyway. Okay, so that's our potty dance. So remember about turning your heap to make them move, look a bit better. Remember that when you use your right leg them, you use left arm on the same time, ends it when you use your left leg them, your right arm is in a game. And that's basically it. 26. Party Dance practice: Okay, For our next practice, we've got potty dance, and we are going to start with 28 counts of party dance in a slow tempo will be really slow tempo. And after dad, we are going to speed it up a bit and we're going to do to eight counts of party does in a faster tempo. And absolute dots right, explored as much as possible. So let's starts. And 12345671234, as far as saying that that is y is three years old, law states that a way that y is 3, 4, 5, 6, that'll page hey. 27. Cat Daddy: Okay, and we've got the next move. We're just CAT daddy. And right now you can see how CAT daddy looks like. Okay, and thus always there are some variations of CAT daddy bar. But here we are going to learn the basic version. I will let you explore the nerve deeper in your own practice. Okay, So does CAT daddy. And for our cut, the practice we are going to start with our arms occurred. There are some elements that we have to cover, but let's start with our arms. Okay. So please show me your feast and now try to push it down in front of you. Okay. And look at my shoulder. Okay. It is my shoulder that makes the whole move look bigger. Okay. I start I have to roll my shoulder as much as it is possible. Ok. And then I push with my fist. So again, the roll and roll and push. Okay. And when you roll, I want you to turn your upper body, okay? Don't do it facing facing forward. Okay. When you push, when you roll your right shoulder, then you have to turn your upper body while your role your left shoulder, again, you have to turn your upper body. I want to see your shoulder. The shoulder that you rolling. Okay. And me show it from the side view role and stern role and turn. Perfect. Okay. And here, when you turn your upper body, you also can turn your your back foot. Okay. So right now my back foot is the right food now left and I turned those feet. Okay. Reminder about the data and then the whole movement will be a bit easier for you. You will be able to go a bit deeper. You will be able to bend your knees a bit more. Ok? And now after that, we have to imagine that we are like a train and we want to draw circles with our shoulder. So here we had one shoulder of the time, but right now we want to do the movement. We want to roll our shoulders, both of our shoulders at the same time. Okay. Like I do right now. So again, we've got our fists closed and we want to roll the shoulder. So 12 and now bowl shoulders at the same time for two counts. Okay, Let's try once again from different perspectives. 122 shoulders up the same time. Okay, so that is very important. But one more thing, we have to go a bit deeper with those circles. So we've got one and we are a bit lower. And then again, we go a bit lower. We have the seconds circle. All right, so 12 and go down and go down. Great. It is really important to change that level at that point, right? So down and down. Beautiful. Let's try once again. Great. Once again, great. Just this movement. Go down both shoulders at the same time and go down 1234. And again, that was the whole movement. All right, so that's basically our cut daddy. But when you know how to do one round of CAT daddy, also have to know half to how to start the second round. So in right now when you are here, you want to push with that opposite, opposite arm. So if your right leg is in front of you, then you want to start that role link. We've your left arm. Okay. And then you have to turn with your rights are so again, my right leg is in front of me, so I start with my left arm and then I turn my body adding the right are all righty. And again, I can continue now my left leg is in front of me, so I will continue the movement. I think the rolling my right arm. Let's try. Ok. And now it's time for right arm, left arm, rolled ends roll, left arm, right arm, role and through. All. Perfect. So does our cows, Daddy, you'll have to practice it a lot and I'm pretty sure you will be completely fine with this move. 28. Cat Daddy practice: Okay, and here we've got our CAT daddy practice and we're going to start with 28 cards are really slow CAT daddy. And after that we're going to spit it out or B, then we're going to do to eight cars are faster, CAT daddy. So let's try. And y 2341234123412341234. It 3412341234. 29. ROUTINE no3: Okay. And we've got the routine. And number 34, this routine, we've got another four moves in this policy dense 3 law, Reebok and KD. And we are going to start with party dance for eight counts. Okay, so we are going to do Party dense for the first eight counts. And then we are going to start our fill a hole the next eight counts. So those are our first two moves. So again, we start with potty dance for the first eight counts, 1234567, and then we've got 12345678. All right, So those are 2 first moves. And after that, we are going to add the next MOOC, which is Reebok, but let's try it once again from the beginning. So we've got potty dance. We've got Philae. And now it is time to add Reebok to our MOOC, do our routine. Okay, and we are going to do that simple Reebok for eight counts. So we've got once again, partly dense then fill. And we start. Our ribosomes are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 K. So it will be just a regular Reebok 418 count. And after that we are going to another eight counts of Reebok. But right now our Reebok will be in that lower position. So we've got to counsel free bug, but first one is just a regular Reebok and then we've got the Reebok in that lower position. So it's again, we've got party dance for eight counts, eight cans of Philae, it kinds of rebar, get kinds of Reebok in that lower position. And right now we are going to add CAT daddy to our routine. And we are going to do eight cans of cat daddy in very slow version. And then we are going to speed it up a bit for the next eight counts. So let's start from the beginning. We've got the party dance. Then we've got Philae 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. We've got ribo 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, and Reebok in that lower position, 5678. And we've got very slow CAT, daddy, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and fast cars, daddy. And that's basically it. So that's our routine number three. Fingers crossed for you and fledging joy that routine. Good. 30. Cabbage Patch: Okay, in the next MOOC that you are going to learn is cabbage patch. It is very cool, new then at the same time you quite easy. So I hope you will learn it quickly and you will be able to enjoy that moving our dancing practice. Okay, so let's start with our upper body. I want you to forget about everything else right now. Just try to focus on your upper body and tried to move it for a few times to the front and to the back. Like I do on the screen, suggests move your upper body. Don't think about anything else. Perfect. And right now when you know how to move your upper body, we can add our legs. Don't forget but about moving that upper body. But here we want to add our relax. So try to lift one leg at a time, right? Like I do on the screen. Great and very important element is to, to implement that bouncing movement in your legs. So when you lift one leg, the other one should be bent. Okay, so try to follow the movements I presented on the screen. And let's practice it for a few more times. Okay, perfect. So now we know how our legs work in Cabbage Patch. I mean, it's the first stage of our legs, but it is enough for now. So right now we can add our arms. And our arms work in the same way as when we run. Okay. So when your right leg is lift, okay. When the right leg is rised, then your left arm should be in the front. And again, when your left leg is rised, then your right arm should be in the front. Okay. It will give you and ability to turn later on. Right now you can see the whole movement that you are going to do in a minute. So does the whole sequence. That is our goal for the smooth. But right now let's come back to our legs and arms. So again, when you lift your left leg, then your right arm is in the front when you left your right leg than your left arm is in the front. Okay. So it's the same movement like in the running for example. So let's come back to the base of our move. So we move our upper body to the front and to the back. Right. Then we add our legs. So one leg at a time. Remember to bounce on those legs that the bounds doesn't have to be very deep, okay? But the just do it. It is really, really important. Let's practice in that, in that slower version for a few more times. Okay, Never forget about that boss. As you can see that the bounce is every year, as I told you in the first video, bonds is one of the most important moves in hip hop. So it is almost in every move. So Cabbage Patch is not an exception. So here always we have to remember about that boss. It makes the whole movie luke much, much better. Okay, so practiced that those legs for now. Don't add arms yet. Okay, so now when we know how to do our cabbage patch in a place, now we have to learn how to turn, okay, because we don't want to do it in one in the same place for the whole time. We want to change directions a bit. All right, so when you do step with your left, right, and now with the next step, you have to turn your legs. Okay, So there are two more steps that allow you to turn. So we've got once again 12 and now step and stern, step and turn and leaked. Okay, so let's try once again. 12 step, step, step, lift and K. And once again relieved lift, step and Sturm, step and turn and Lyft ride. So that's her legs wide. Let's try the other side. So lift, lift, lift. And now we are going to turn our legs. So leaf, stem and turn, step and turn em here. We've got our step once again. Let's try once again. 1, 2, 3 and 4. 1, 2, 3 and 4. Alrighty. One. 2341234. All right, team. So that's our legs here. You can see how your legs should work. All right. Now let's either those hands that I've told you already two minutes ago. So again, your right leg is lift, is rised than your left arm is in front of you. Okay? Imagine that you have to walk or run somewhere. Okay, so we've got two, One One right leg, left arm, one. Great. And now our left leg is rised ends. Our right arm is in the front. And we have to change that for a few times. So don't stop, just continue with the movement. Tried to get used to that movements. And now step, step, step and we could start the next movement. So as you can see with those additional steps in between our cabbage patch, we also have to do a special movement of our heads. So we've got some few circles that we have to draw with our hands, okay? Like I do right now. So there is 1, 2, and we've got circle, circle, circle. Okay? So there are three circles that you have to draw. There might be more circles, okay, or less. It depends on you. But in the basic version you've got three circles that we have to draw with our, our, with our hands. So once again, we've got 1, 2, 3. And John woke a great one to three and step 1, 2, 3, and step okay. 123. All right, just try to do that, do, to do those circles and they might be very small circle, they might be huge spiracles. It depends on you. If you feel comfortable, you can add a little movement of your chairs, of your shoulders, okay, try to explore that. Move even deeper when you decide that it is time to do that. And I'm pretty sure that you will be completely fine with your cabbage patch. 31. Cabbage Patch practice: Okay, and we've got our Cabbage Patch practice for this practice, who are going to do a simple Cabbage Patch, four to eight counts. And after that it will be your time to explore the nerve. Righty. So let's start. And 123456781234567 32. The Prep: Okay, So the next level now released, which is the prep. And as always right now you can see how the prep looks like. And for this video we are going to learn the basic version of the parabola by I also will show you some variations so that you could enjoy that move even more. Alright, so does the prep. And for our practice, let's start with our legs. Let's forget about hands for now. And let's start with simple steps. I want you to lift your right leg two times and then lift your left leg two times. So right leg twice and the left leg twice. 1234. Lift, lift, lift. Lift. Okay. Perfect. Right now, I want you to turn your body to one side. Let's say that we will be left side at the beginning. And right now, I want you to lift the left leg twice. So 1, okay, lift, lift. And now you have to turn your body again to the right side and now you can lift your right leg. Okay. Turn and again, we can leave our left leg. 1, 2, let's turn and B1 to again turn left, turn left, turn left. And let's practice for a few more times. Okay, so that's what we do with our legs in the prep. Ok. And you can make this move even in even bigger, even cooler, okay, by bouncing a bit deeper. So again, I want you to bounce in that movement. So when you lift your left leg, I want you to balance on your right leg. And when you lift your right leg, I want you to balance on your left leg. And now when we know how what to do with our legs, we can add our arm. So when you face the right side than your left arm and your left hand should be closed at Desert to you. So try to put your hands like I do right now. And try to lift one of your legs. Okay. Try to lift your left leg and look what happens. Your left leg works in the same time, in the same direction as your left are. Okay. So when you are left arm goes down, your left leg goes down as well. And your opposite arm goes to the opposite direction. Okay. So your leg and your your left arm goes up, go up, and your right arm goes down. 12. Okay. It is not that easy. So let's practice it for a few more times. And when we turn again, our left hand is in front of us, closer to our chest. Okay. And we do the same. So here our right leg was was in front of us. So we lift our right leg and at the same time we lived our rights are and our left arm goes in the opposite direction. 1212. Okay. And when you turn, you'll have to be ready. Okay. So when you turn your leg should be rised immediately. Okay. So that you could start the movement. So once again, we've got 12 and now turn and relieved your arms and your legs so that you could start. So that's how the prep looks like. Now we have to practice it a bit to make it easier for you to understand and to practice it. Let's do it very slowly. You can follow my template that I present on the screen, but it can be already too fast for you. So if it is too fast then no worries. Slow down, don't rush anywhere. Okay, so once again, we are going to start with our hands with our legs. You've got 12344341234. All right. So those our arms, they are always in front of you. Okay, So it is not that easy to remember about those hands. So you can try this. Okay. When you turn, try to change the placement of your hands. Okay? Try to pay attention to your hands right now. Focus on their hands either this moment and when you turn, try to put the other hand in front of the second one, right? Like that. And you turn and your second hand goes in front of you, right? You have to, you can practice this movement alone. So I think that after a short time you should get used to that movement. And when you, when you get used to that movement, you can try some variation. But in fact those variation might be a bit easier for you. So if you like, you might try those variations right now immediately because as I said, they are a bit easier because you don't have to remember about those hands. And this is the first variation when you when you try to brush something away from your shoulder, okay, so you don't have to move your hands up and down, just brush something away from your shoulders. So let's try that basic version for a few more times. We got up and down, up and down and up and down. Okay, Does our basic version, so we want to practice it the most, for the most of the time. So once again, in a minute, we are going to combine that regular version with our first variation. So let's try 1, 2. And now we can brush something away off our shoulder. And right now, if this variation is right for you, then you can try to brush something from your thighs, from your belly, from your chests, from your shoes, even it really depends on you. There are a lot of options where you can put your hands in this movement. You'll just have to explore that move and you can find a lot of gray that's cool variations. What you can do your hands. But at the beginning I recommend to try that regular version to get used to the prep. Because as our foundation does, the first move that we should know. 33. The Prep practice: Okay, The traps. So we are going to start the prep four to eight counts with our hands in normal position. Then we're going to change our hands and we are going to put them on our shoulders and often explored the move even deeper, OSI pi. So let's stop and walk 234567. Walk 234561234567, tags and release. Release. Okay. 34. Stick and Roll It: Okay, In the next move, would you stick? And generally it and right now you can check how the roof looks like. Okay. There are two versions of stick control it I will show you both of them. One will be easier, Antoine will be more advanced. But let's start from the basics. So let's start from the position that we have to start our stick and draw it width. So imagine that you see on a motor, motor, on a motorbike and you have to hold the steering wheel, right? And you are in this position. Okay. So that's what we want at the beginning. We our our, our knees are a bit bent. Okay. And here, what do you want to do is rotating your nice inward, Okay. You want to rotate your knees inward? Try with your left leg. Try with your right leg. Try to rotate those knees for few times. Okay. So once again, we've got one. Okay. 212345678. And that is the counting that we are going to follow in a minute. So you rotate your knee, but then there is a short break. So we don't again have got 1, 2, 3, 4, and then we've got again 1234. So there is a huge gap, okay, but we are going to fill it in a minute. And so those are our legs. We just have to roll our nice to inward one. And now try to, um, try to, try to put your, your, your chest up. Okay. So we've got rotate and now your chest goes up like dots or right. And now you can your legs can be a bit straight, alright, so you don't have to bend them for the whole time when you rise your chest than your legs are also straight. So let's try ones again. Okay. So it looks like a bounce but with our chest working. Okay. So one again, roll and chest up. Okay. With other leg? Roll and chest up. And right. Wrong. And chest up. Chest up. Great. So that's what we wanted to do with our stick and roll it. And that's the easiest, the easier version with our chest going up. I will show you the those more difficult version in a minute. But for now, let's think about our hands, our arm. So what do we have to do? Now? Try to imagine that you hold something, okay. It might be staring grill, it might be something else. And now you want to pool, okay, pool. Or maybe you can imagine that you wanted to open your open, open the door, okay. But really fast. Okay. Imagine that there are some heavy doors in front of you. I want to open them. Okay. You have to put a lot of power in that MOOC. So open the door role. And now once again, opened and roll, opened and draw. So you have to open those doors and roll your knee at the same time. Opens and drawl. Opens and draw. At the same time. Great. That's what I need. And let me show it from the side view. We've got opened and roll. Opened and roll. Okay, great. So now we know what to do with our legs, with our arms, with our chest so we can try to combine everything So opened and now our chest goes up. So we've got that's movement of our chest in the middle. So we've got 1212, 12. Okay. Great. That's what we want. We've got on and chest up. Rotate chest up. Okay. So that's basically our stick and draw in that easier version. We can try it for a few more times. Okay, and you don't have to rush and then we're just practicing in that slow tempo. And when you feel comfortable, you can speed it up a bit. We've got time. Take your time. Don't rush anywhere. All right, so once again, that was that easier version. And four dots, four dots version that is more difficult. We have to change our chest habits. So instead of just rising our chest, we might do a wave. But you don't know what the wave is right now. If you know that's perfect, okay? But if you don't know what the wave is, then we are going to learn how to do a perfect wave in the future videos. So you don't want to play with that right now. Then you can come back to this video after learning what a wave is and how to do it correctly, okay, so I don't want to push you. So you've got that either version, which is already cool wood, which looks great, and you can practice it right now. And after learning the way, the body way, you might come back here and try it again in that version that is more difficult. But right now we've got great mystic and roll it. So just practice it. 35. Stick and Roll It practice: Okay, So for us stick and draw its practice, we are going to do this move in a slow tempo for eight counts. And then for the next eight cards, we are going to speed it up a bit. And we are going to do in a faster tempo. After dat. As always, it will be your time to explore in the cell. Let's start. And 1234567812345678. Hi. Hello. 36. The Barnie Dance: Okay, and the next move is the Barney Dan, see this is very cool move. Everyone loves Bonnie dance. And I hope you will love it as well. And that is how it looks like, okay? Right, So that's our Barney dance. And to start with our bonding dance, I want you to focus on your legs as the beginning. So just try to do some simple steps. Okay, like dots than just simple steps for few more times. All right, and now when we do our steps, we have to do some small adjustments. And the first thing that we have to focus on is our, our heaps. Okay, So when you step, when you do those steps, I want you to move your hips at beat forward, okay, like that. Nothing crazy. Just move your hips a bit forward and now try to do those steps. Again. We've your hips forward, right? Let's try for a few more times. 1, 2, 3, 4. And I think that because of those heaps, there is loose EBITDA different. I hope you see that difference. And we really want that difference, okay. We really want to have those hips pushed forward, right? Okay, so we've got our steps, we've got our steps with our hips forward. And thus the first thing we have to learn. And now we can add just another element, which is our chest and back. We want to go a beak, a bit backward with our, our chest and back, okay, and then we will be able to add our arms to the movement, Okay? And think about our arms, tried to make them as relaxed as possible. Let your shoulders begin to move and don't do anything with your arms. Okay. Just let them be as relaxed as possible. Okay. Don't flex them even for a moment. All right. So again and push your hips forward, push your buck and chest backward, and now try to move your shoulders like I do right now, forget about your arms. Just tried to move your shoulders in that position. Okay. So again, hips forward, backward and try to move those shoulders while making those steps like doing while doing those steps. So with our steps and we move our shoulders. And when we add our ours, when you let your arms go relaxed like that, then the whole move shook, should look like the perfect Bonnie does. Okay, So the key to the perfect Barney dance is that are those relaxed arms, okay? So there are, again, a few elements, our steps. Then we've got our heaps pushed forward, our chests pushed back, our arms relaxed. There is slight movement of our arms. And another element are our eyes. So we want to look, look up, okay, we don't want to be banned in our, our Bach and with our head in the regular position, we want your head to go back as well so that you could look at the sky, okay, with that MOOC. So again, try to make those hence us relax, that's possible. It will really make your move perfect when your hands are relaxed. Relaxed, okay. And does the regular Balinese dance with our chest, back, but we can do also barn dance to the front. So it looks like this. Okay. Try to relax your hands again. Now your shoulders will work in a different way. Okay. Because now they are and they are, your arms are in front of you, but the rest of the movement is almost the same. Alright, you wanted to do those steps. You want to move those shoulders, Okay, now your hips are not pushed forward, but, but still you can do this and move it, and it looks really, really cool. So once again, from different perspective, this is a regular Bonnie dance. Your arms, relax your shoulders, start the movement of your arms and Hill is the bonding to the front. And again, your shoulders start the movement of your arms. And the rest of the body depends on the steps that you do with your legs. So basically, I mean, there are a few elements that you have to focus on, but one of the most important elements are those arms, okay? You do your steps. But without your arms in that relaxed position, you won't be able to do a perfect Barney does. So practice those practice those relaxed arms as well as much as possible. And I'm pretty sure you will be fined and you will enjoy the bonnie dance while you will be practicing your hip hop dance. 37. The Barnie Dance practice: Okay, and we've got the bonded desk practice. So here we're going to start with steps and the steps for eight counts. Then we're going to do the actual Barney for the next eight counts. And after that, we're going to try eight counts of barney to the front. And after that, it will be your time is extraordinary. So let's try. And 12345678123456712345678. Thank you. 38. ROUTINE no4: Okay, so let's start our routine number four. And we are going to start our routine with a move called the threat until we are not going to just a simple prep. We are going to do few variations of that prep. You can choose your valuations if you want, but if you don't want, I recommend to do that regular prep for, for startups to start with that regular prep, then we are going to brush away something from your shoulders and at the end we are going to brush something from your thigh. All right, so that's my recommendation. But, but as I said, you can do variation that is the best for you for those first eight counts. Okay, so let me show it from the side view. Shoulder, shoulder, and thigh. Thigh. Okay. So those that's our first eight count. And after that, we are going to add our cabbage patch. And we are going to do this move again for eight counts. All right, so we start with the variations of prep. Then we add eight counts of cabbage patch. So 1234, hi, 6, 7, and 8. Great, so we've got already two moves in our routine. Let's try it one more time. And cabbage patch, 125678. Perfect. So again, those are our 2 first moves. And after our cabbage patch, we are going to add another move which is Barney, barney, but we are going to start with the variation of the Barney. So we are going to do that from the Barney for the first four counts. And after that, we are going to continue with the Barney for the next four counts in that regular position. But it is not the end of bar name because for the next eight counts, we are going to continue this new, but here I want you to turn. Okay. I don't want you to do it in a place. I want you to turn a bit doing that, Barney. And you will have eight counts to do that term. Okay, so we've got cabbage patch right now on the screen. And we started with Barney through the front then for council's regular Bonnie and we've got eight counts of Bonnie with dots, turn. Perfect. So those are first four moves, even five, I would say. So those are the first five minutes. And after that we are going to do stick and roll it. So when you turn with Barney, you're going to start stake and role it, okay, So you have to change those, move quickly so you can't stay too long with your Barney because then you will be light. So you have to be ready to start that sticky ends roll. It writes after, after the eight counts of the Barney. So let's turn with the Barney once again. And now we've got thick and roll it, stick and roll it, stick and throw it, stick and roll it. Great. So let's start. 39. Criss Cross: Okay, and so on. Next Hitchcock moved that you are going to learn we've got crisscross. And right now you can see that move on your screen. And for crisscrossed, we have got two versions. One is a bit slower, the other one is a bit faster. And for each of the versions we use our hands in a bit different way. But I will show you everything about criss-cross in this video. Okay? So crystals is all about crossing our legs, Okay. Faster or slower. And we can add our hands as well as always. So and are there are two versions of our hands? The first one is the version WWW dot you have learned in the video about the bounce, so does the basic movement of your hands. And then we've got the hands that you use in a Reebok. So you know both of those movements. So now we can start with our, with our legs. So please try to jump full few times. Just jump and try to pay attention to that bouncing movement. Okay, so try to bend your knees when you are when you are down, Okay? And now when you know how to jump in a place, we can start crossing our legs. So let's start with our right leg in front and in front, okay. So try to jump and then cross k. And again, our knees are bent and let's try it once again. Cross and back, across and back, cross, back, cross back. Okay, so that's the first thing that we have to do. So we have to cross our legs with one leg in front. Okay. And we have started with our right leg. So in the next cross, when the next jump we are going to go with our left leg in the front, like dots. Okay. Left and now right. Left leg in the front back. Okay. So we have to change those legs and that's that most basic of our crease crosses. All right, so let me show it from the side. Do but cross and band crowd and band. Cross back bands cross. Again to remember about that, bending your knees, okay, we want that bouncing movement in that faster version that's, that's bouncing movement will be really small, okay, almost not visible. But in that slower version, it is very important to go deep with your bounce to make that move look better. And k, and here we've got the first movement of our hand. So that version that you have learned in the case of bounce. So that basic movement of your hands, where you put your shoulders and your arms up while you go down with your balance. So that is what you have learned in the past videos. Okay, and now we can combine it with our crisscrossed. So when you cross your legs and again, when you go down, your shoulders go up and your arms go up like that. Okay. So every time when you do that busing movement, you use your hands in the same way as you did in the case of bounce. Right? So let's try for a few more times. Just jam and try that bounce with your hands and tried to do that crease gross movement for few times. So cross and bounce I k cross and to use your hands. 40. Criss Cross practice: Okay, We're going to start our crisscross practice with eight cans of slow crisscross. And then for the next eight cows are going to speed it up a bit and doing eight counts of fast crisscross. And remember to change your hands when you sped it up to make the whole MOOC easier. So let's start. And 12345678212345678. 41. Happy Feet: Okay, and we've got the next move that you're going to learn. And it is Happy Feet. And the right now you can see how Happy Feet looks like. And again, there are a lot of variations of happy feed, but today we are going to learn two basic versions. One will be a bit easier, we will be happy to do about jumping. And the second one, a bit more difficult. And it will be Happy Feet with jumping. So happy feed is all about moving your legs and your feet so you have to start learning these move with our legs. All right, so let me show you the basic move. So that's what you want to do with your foot, wants to turn both of them at the same time, but while turning, one foot is on the heel of your foot and the second food is on the balls of your foot like that. So when you turn to the left side, when you turn left, then your left leg is on your heels and your right leg is on the balls of your foot. Okay. So once again, turn left and the left leg is on your hill and the right leg is on the balls of your foot. Like that. It's right to do it for a few more times and remember to turn your whole body. It's not only about your feet, okay. You have to turn your whole body or heaps your upper upper body okay? Your head. Okay. And now when you want to continue the move, you'll have to turn to the other side and do exactly the same MOOC. So you'll want to turn right, then you have to put your right foot on the hills and on the hill and then left foot on the balls of your feet like that. Okay, and then we can continue with that moves always start with one side. And then we've got the other side immediately after that, come back to the starting position. So, so we've got 21212. All right, it is quite fast to move, so don't worry about the tempo. Okay. Let me show it from the side view right now. So again, I'm turning my whole body. Okay. And right now, let's think about your, your, your, your arms, okay, there is no one best way how, what to do with your arms? You can do whatever you want. In fact, you can put them on your hips and keep them for the whole move in that position. But if you feel that that's different movement of your arms is better for you, that helps you keep a balance in your happy feet, then as well, you can do that. Do that movement with your arms, right? So you have to try few options with that. All right, so we've got the basic Happy Feet when we only turn our feet. Okay, okay, and derive now we can add that jumping movement in the, in the, in our happy feet. Okay, So right now we don't want to turn turn our feet standing on the ground. Okay, we want to jump. And while jumping, then it's time to make that third. So jump and terror, right? And again, look at my feed, they are at the same position us in the first version. Okay. The only difference is that I don't only turn, but I also jump. Okay, so it's Jump and turn at the same time. All right? And again here we've got that bouncing movement that you already know and it led us to to jump in our heavy feet okay. To find that correct. Temple. Right. So when you come back to that starting position, then it's time to bend your knees like that. Jump and bands. Jump. And bands jump and bends. Alright, perfect. So right now we've got two versions of Happy Feet. The first one when you don't jump, and the second one with jumping. And I recommend to try both of them. 42. Happy Feet practice: Okay, For our happy fit practices are going to do it each month for eight cans starting with slow happy fit. Then you are going to speed it up a bit doing that foster had defeated. And at the end we're going to add jobs to our half feet. So let's start. And 12345678123456781234567 43. Pas De Bourree: Hi, okay, and we've got the next move. We're just puttable Ray. And right now you can see how this looks like. Perfect. So that's what we are going to learn and spot the Moraes all about making those steps two different directions, okay, to moving your, you want to move your body in your array. You want to change levels again. Then these move looks really where they caught. And in our array, you don't have to pay too much attention to your, your arms, okay? Of course you can do some movements with your arms, but if you don't want to, you can just put them on your hips and it will be all right. Okay. So let's start with crossing our legs to the back. Right. So you want to cross using your right leg and your right leg goes the back. Crossing your legs. All right. So back and cross. Okay. Once again, back and cross and again when you cross your legs, Okay. When your right foot is on the ground, you want to do that bouncing movement as always. All right, so we've got that cross and then we want to make a step. We are opposite leg with our second leg. So in this case with our left leg. Alright, and look at my feet after those two nerves. So you've got to cross and step. Our feet should face the same direction. Okay. They should face to the opposite side. Okay. And again, we've got to the third step. Again with our right leg, right leg cross. Ok. And left leg step. Okay. And we've got step. We've ride like immediately. Okay. So I don't want you to spend too much time on that left leg in this nerve. Okay. I want you to do that next step, third step immediately. So it's 12, okay? It's 1212. Okay, This is very quick action or right. Let me show it from the side here we've got cornrows and one, okay. Cross and to write does what we want. All right, then does the first part of our pattern, right? So we start with one like crossing our legs, cross step, step. And now to continue the move, we have to cross our legs again, but with the opposite with the next leg. So right now we want to cross our legs, starting with that left leg, cross. Okay. And again we've got step and step. All right. And again, it is very, very fast action. Okay, so we've got cross and step, and step. And again, our feet has to face the same direction. Should face the opposite direction. All right, so let's try it once again. Cross step, step. Writing. Once again step, step. Okay. Quick action. Don't waste your time. Don't put your put the weight of your body on that on that leg. And that is an Bach or right. We want to do a dusk week as possible. All right, so let's continue it for a few times. It got cross step, step, then cross step, step, cross step, step. We've got cross step, step. Okay, and we have to practice this movement in that slow tempo so that we could speed it up later. Okay. We don't have to rush. Take your time. All right? Okay, and here we've got one of the variations that we can implement in our array and it is changing the level, okay? So you don't always have to be told with your pattern Blu-ray. Okay. You can go a bit lower, okay. You can bend your knees and keep them bands for the whole MOOC. All right. I'm thinking about those arms. Again. You can do some slight movements with your arms, but you really don't have to. Okay, your legs are the most important in this. So please practice this. Practice those steps for few more times after this video and we'll meet in the practice. 44. Pas De Bourree practice: Okay, For our partnered with a practice, you are going to start with the slow version of these new for the first eight cars. And then we are going to speed it up a bit for the next eight counts. And after that it will be your Title IX law, the nerve cell. Let's try. And 123456712345678. Hi. 45. The Brooklyn: Okay, and we've got that Brooklyn. So the next step that you are going to live in these claws. And that is how the Brooklyn looks like. Okay? It is a bit similar to increase cross w already know, but there are some small differences that we are going to cover in this video. Okay, so our Brooklyn is quite fast. Move, okay, So we have to start slowly, but after time we'll be able to speed it up a bit. Okay? And that's what do we want to do? It this it looks almost the same as crisscross bad. We have to stop in some points. Okay. So when you cross your legs, you'll have to stop for a moment. Okay. And do one additional move. Okay. You have to all pan that your feet are right. So when you cross your legs, they shouldn't be in this position. Alright? That's the exact position that you want to achieve after crossing your legs. Ok, and now I want you to open your legs so your feet are on the balls of your feet. Okay. And you want to open your your feet okay. Like that. Your heels go to the sites like dots. 12. Okay. And again, it is very quick action. It is 121212 are right right now. I tried to do it very slowly, ok, so that you could, could learn it as fast as possible. Okay, but later we really want to do these change very quickly. Okay? So once again, let's try to cross our legs and open. Okay. And we want to open our legs one time. Okay. Open your legs once and then we can come back to that starting position. And from that immediately we wants to cross our legs with the second leg to the front. Okay, so one and now we've got this, the next cross and open. Okay? 1, 2, and open. Okay. That's what we want in our Brooklyn. Okay. So basically that's the whole movement of your of your legs. Okay? The other thing that we can do with our life is to speed up the whole move up. Okay, and again, when you come back to that starting position, it is also very quick action, okay. In the creek is Greece cross, you can easily select the move down. Okay. But when you do the Brooklyn not slow version might be problematic, okay. Because you have to keep balance for the whole movement or right? And it might be a bit problematic. That's why the broken it is quite fast move. But as I said, tried to practice slowly. Okay. Not too slow but slowly. And then try to speed it up with every next attempt. Okay. And let me show it from the side view. Okay. And here again, don't forget about that bouncing movement. Alright, look good. I do. When I cross my leg, I do not. I bend my knees. Okay. And when I open my feet, then I want to want to see your legs straight. All right. So I bent then my legs are straight and I come back to that starting position then are bad again. All right, so let me check it like that. Okay. Straight down, straight Buzz, Buzz, Buzz, Buzz. Perfect. And as you can see, when you know how to use your legs, you can easily add the movement of your arms. And your arms are very simple because you already know this move of your arms. That's our regular pattern, what we do with our arms. So it won't be a problem for you. So it's good practice. 46. The Brooklyn practice: Okay, The Brooklyn for this practice, we are going to start with eight counts of slow version of the nerve. And then we are going to speed it up a bit for the next eight counts. Let's try. And one is three each. 4567812345678 47. ROUTINE no5: Hello and welcome. Right now we've got our routine. You did a great job so far, great work. So right now we can start the next routine and do we are going to start with eight counts of Happy Feet and okay, and we are going to do eight counts of happy feet without jump. But no wars who are going to add that the jump for the next eight counts. So again, we've got first eight counts of simple Happy Feet without jump. And after that we've got eight counts of Happy Feet with jump. Perfect. So those are, those are our 2 first moves. Happy Feet wave out jump, and then we've got Happy Feet wave jump. And after that we are going to add eight counts of the next MOOC, which is by the Blu-ray. So after completing that, Happy Feet with jump, we are going to start with our targetable, right? So once again, we've got heavy feed, then we've got Happy Feet, we're jumping and often dots, we can start our pas de bourree. And it's 12345678 gray. Then here we've got our first three moves. And after our array, we are going to do crisscross for the next eight counts, and it will be crisscross in-depth, slower version so you don't have to rush anywhere. You can hold your hands in that basic position. Hold your arms in a basic position. So once again, we've got other array and then immediately after that move we are going to start our crease gross for the next eight counts. For the next counts. We are going to do that slow version of crisscross. And when we complete our crisscross, there is only one more move to complete our routine and it will be Brooklyn. Okay. So we went you do when you when you finish those eight counts of crisscross, then I want you to start eight comes of Brooklyn. Okay. So let's start from the beginning. We've got eight counts of happy feet without jam. Then we've got eight counts of Happy Feet with jump. Then we've got eight counts of palpebrae, 123456, seven and a then this criss-cross, 12345678 and Brooklyn One and 2345678 grade. And now you are ready to dance our original music sounds. Let's now that, that's in charge of a gene. Hi. 48. Alf: Okay, and the next MOOC on our least, which is off, always a really cool move. And at the same time in this quite simple, so I think you will, you're going to learn quickly. And in a minute, I will explain you how to do our auf. Okay, so to start our Alpha, I want you to do a few steps in a place like that. Okay, just rise your nice for a few times. Okay. Try to write those fits quite high. Okay. I want to see these movements like doll, let me show it from the side view. Okay. I can clearly see my niece going up right now. Okay. And while doing those steps, I want you to push your keeps a bit forward, okay. Like that. You might remember that apart from the bonnie and that you've learned in the previous videos. Okay, so with this quite similar arrived, you want to rise your legs and push your hips forward. Okay? So once again, push your hips forward and then I want you to lift your knees. Perfect. That's what we want. Okay. So that's the first part of our old all right. And when you know how to use your legs, Okay, we have to think about counting. So we've got 1, 2, and now twice with the same leg. Four, okay, 1234. All right. That's what we want in our auf. So one like the second neck and then twice. 121212. Well, okay. That's how it looks like. All right. So you know what to do your leg. So right now we can add our hand. So let's imagine that you hold a book in your hands and you want to throw it, okay? I want to throw it. You don't want that book, you want to throw it somewhere, right? Like that. Strong move. All right, boom. But most should be strong, but at the same time, y itself, okay, you have to find the ideal move of your, of your arms. And while doing that move, I want you to turn your body EBIT, okay? Like I do your upper body. Alright, so throw, turn, throw, turn, throw. Oh, okay, so as you can see, there is connection with our less. So again, we've got 21212. So let's combine it. One. Okay? And here is very important element, okay? When you throw that the book with your arms, you want, then I want your leg goes up. Okay. I don't want you to do with in the same direction. Okay. So we need opposite directions. When your arms go down, then your leg goes up like that. Okay. So let's start with right leg, the whole movement. So you've got 12 and now twice, 12, 1212. Perfect. And basically that's everything that you have to know about. All right, now we have to practice for a few more times to make that move look even cooler. I want you to feel comfortably with that nerve. So let's practice it for a few more times. And so what you can do with your out to make it even better, you can try to change directions, okay. You can bend your upper body to the front if you like. But that's our basic version that is already cool. 49. Alf practice: Okay, For our practice, we are going to start with eight counts of slow version of this nerve. Then we are going to speed it up a bit for the next eight counts. And then it will be your time to explore the new detail. Let's try. And 1234123412341234. Okay. 50. Shamrock: Okay, and the next move which is Shamrock, okay, and right now you can see how Shamrock glutes like. So it's all about making those steps and jumping. And here we can also use our hands to help ourselves. All right, So to start our Shamrock, I want you to learn that first step. So we have to do a step with one leg and then we have to turn. Okay, like I do right now. So there is step and terror. And it is very important to know how to do that turn effectively, okay, because without that turn, without doing that turned in a proper way, you it will be difficult to do that Shamrock. So I want you to stop to make a step back, step 2, decide, okay. But I want your food to face that side. Okay. Like that because it will allow you to turn. All right. So your leg is bent and you want to turn on the ball of your foot like that. So it is Step and then immediately I want you to turn. 51. Shamrock practice: Okay, We're going to start this practice with shallow wave out hands for the first eight camps. And after that we are going to add our hand for the next eight cans. And after that, as always, it will be your time to explore. So let's try. And one is 34567812345678. Okay. 52. Pepper Seed: Okay, we've got the next moves, which is pepper seeds. And yes, there is a move called Pepper in hip-hop dance. And right now you can see how it looks like it. For this video, we are going to learn basic version of purpose hit M to one variation when we reach with our hand to this cut. Alright, so to start our pepper seed, I want you to focus on your legs at the beginning. So try to make few steps like I do on the screen right now. Okay, so I want your body to move between those stamps. All right, so try to follow the movement that I present and just make those steps perfect. So does the first thing that we have to do and dried. Now when you know how to do those steps, then we can complicate it a bit, make it a bit more complicated. Okay, so look what we got. We got step, step and now we've got step and step two the same direction. So left, right, left, and left. Okay? And with those tabs you can move a bit to the side. All right? So with this not in the same position, okay, you can move EBIT. So let's try it once again. We've got 1, 2, write and write. And now left, right, left and left, right, left, right, right, left, right, left, and left. Okay, so we are moving from side to side with those steps. Okay. So just practice it for a few times, for a few more times to get used to the movement of our legs. And after dots, when you know how our legs should work, then we can add our arms. Okay. And I think that you remember that the movement of your arms that we used in the Barney and k. So here again, I want your arms to be as relaxed as possible. And here again, the whole movement of your arms start with your shoulders. Okay. So when your shoulder goes to the front, then the whole arm goes behind your shoulder? Okay. It is completely relaxed. Okay. I don't want you to flex any of the muscles in your arm. All right. That's right. To try to do these movements like I present on the screen. So try to move your shoulders one by one to the front, right and let your arms swing like that. Okay, so that's the movement that we expect in the pepper sit, right. So when you do that step to derive, I want your left shoulder to go to the front. Right. So one. Okay. And your shoulder stars the middle of your arm like that? So when when it is your right leg, then you use your left shoulder. Perfect. Like that. Okay. Now, when you do step with your left leg than your right shoulder started and move your arm and again. So right leg, left shoulder, and then left and right shoulder. And we can try this move like that for a few times. Okay. It is not that easy to make that aren't completely relaxed, but after the bonnie, you are kind of prepared for these new. So I hope that you feel quite comfortably with dots. And now we can combine that movement with the counting that you already know from our lectures that we've got one, oh sorry, here we've got the double counting. So I've got one. Okay? 1234. Okay. So you're then when we've got that double count, your shoulder have to go to the front, then to the back. And he tests to come back to the front once again, so 121 and come back. All right. So with this quick action with your shoulder. Okay. But again, even though it is so fast, okay. I don't want you to flex any muscles in your arm. Your arm is still completely relaxed and you've got 1234. Perfect. What okay. So remember about that shoulder and your shoulders does the whole movement and even though it's quick action, you have to keep your arms relaxed. Let's try the whole mouthful few times. 1, 2, 3, and 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8. Perfect. That's what do we want with our diversity? And that is our basic version of pepper seeds. And our arms are relaxed for the whole time. Okay, and now to dot when you know that basic version of purpose it, we might learn the second version. When you do that, jumping movement and you reach with your hands to the sky. So we've got 14 dots to we had to reach with our head. So with this one, regular movement when our shoulder starts, starts it and then we have to reach for the next step. So let's try it once again, 123 and reach to the sky with your hand or your arm like that. And again, we've got to the other side, 123 step and reach. Okay, that's what we want. And here as I said, you might add a bit of that jumping movement, okay, So you can only retrieve your hand or you can jump a bit okay, to make the, make the whole move a bit bigger. So as it again, that's regular version. And the version with jumping and reaching to the sky. So those are our two versions of pepper seeds. 53. Pepper Seed practice: Okay, far purposive practice, we're going to do each mouthfuls to eight cans and we are going to sell with the version when our hands go one after the other. And then the second pause, we're going to do the version when our hands go twice in the same direction. So let's try. And 1, 2, 3 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 1, 2 3 4 5 times 1 is 3 4 5 6 7, 8 1, 2 3 4, 5 secant of x. So. 54. Roger Rabbit: Okay, and we've got the next move, which is Roger Rabbit. This MOOC might be a bit complicated for some people. But after some practice, you should get used to that move us well, so to start our Roger Rabbit, I want you to focus on your shoulders at the first place. So try to roll your shoulders back like I do on this screen. Okay. Both shoulders at the same time. And when you feel comfortable with that moved in, you can add your elbows. Okay. So we'll do will be moved started in your shoulders and then the whole arm follows your shoulders like that. Okay. So that's how our hands, our arms, will work through the whole MOOC. Okay, So when you know how our arms work, right now we can start focusing on our legs. So try to slide your leg starting in the front, going to the site and then to the buck like I do on the screen right now. And we've got right like okay, and then we've got left, like right. Try to draw a circle on the ground with your foot like that. Okay, and now we can start combining those arms. We've lakhs. So while doing that, circle on the ground with your feet, you can roll your shoulders back. So let's try it again. Draw a circle and draw your shoulders at the same time. 1234. All right, That's what do we want for our Roger Rabbit, okay? And it is almost the whole nerve, but there is one element missing. Is that jump that you can see on the screen right now. Okay, so dry that jump for a few times. Okay. You want to change those legs? Okay. So right now you stand on your you're standing on your right leg and you want to change those legs, and right now you are standing on your left leg. And in the same scenario for the opposite side. So we've got change. Okay? Okay, so we start with that circle and the DEM is that's part one. We have to do that change with our leg through that little jump. Okay, so draw the circle and jump again and draw the circle and jump. Okay? Like to decide and change. Change, circle and change. Okay. This is the most difficult part of the whole Roger Rabbit. So probably you should spend the most of your time practicing this change in your legs. And when you will learn how to do it correctly, then you will be completely fine with your Roger Rabbit. So right now we can start connecting the whole nerve with our shoulders. So we've got that cell cool and change. Okay. And when you change than your arms go to the front a bit. Okay. So circle your shoulders and arms, go to the front like that. So circle Change, cervical change. Great. Okay. So as you can see, rolling those shoulders back, you open your chest. Okay. And it's not real movement of your chest while rolling those shoulders back. But when you change their legs, I want you to close that chest to move your shoulders and arms too different. Hey, let me show it from the side view. And let's try it for a few times. And it does the whole Roger Rabbit and dried. Now, this is the slow version of Roger Rabbit, but after sometimes we can start practicing that foster version, okay? It is a bit more difficult. You have to be really aware of your body, of your legs, of that change in your legs. But it will come over time, so no worries. 55. Roger Rabbit practice: Okay, and we've got Roger Rabbit practice, and this movie is a bit difficult, so we'll try to make it as simple as possible. And that's why for our practice, we are going to do on the eight counts of a slow version of these new. And of course, if you feel comfortable, then you can try that faster version and explored in even deeper. So let's try and 12345123456 exams. Before we finish. 56. ROUTINE no6: I'll ride and we've got routine. Then here we've got the next four moves. And those are all Shamrock, pepper see, and Roger Rabbit. And we are going to start with eight counts of simple auf. And this is our first MOOC. Okay? So we start with eight cancels off, and after that, we are going to continue with Shamrock for eight counts, right? And right now I want you to do Shamrock without your hands. So the first day counts of Shamrock will be without your hands. Okay. You don't have to pay attention to your hands for now. And after that, for the next eight counts, it will be time to use your hands. So again, we've got eight counts of our mouth with GOT eight counts of Shamrock without hands, and then we've got eight counts of Shamrock with hands. Okay. So let's try again with off 345678 and we've got 12345678 and we've cans 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. Perfect. Okay, so those are first three moves. And after that Shamrock, we are going to start with the next MOOC, which is that proceed, Okay, and here we are going to start with a regular purposes when our arms goes, Go one after the other. And we are going to do it for the first eight counts. Okay? So right now I don't want you to do any jumps. I don't want you to raise your hands. I just want you to do a regular pepper sit for eight counts. So we've got that Shamrock without, hence. We've got we've got Shamrock with hands for the next eight counts. 34567. And and we've got purpose it 1, 2, 3, and 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8. Okay. So that was our regular purposive, but for the next eight counts, I want you to do that pepper sit again, but here I want you to rise your hand, Okay, so we are going to do that variation when we raised our hands to the sky. Okay, so we've got once again, Shamrock. Shamrock, we've hands okay. And then it's time for our purposes. So we've got 12345678123 and jump 123 and reach to the sky grade. So those are first moves. And there is also one more move that we are going to use in our routines. And it is Roger Rabbit, but we are going to do it for eight counts. But in the very slow version in these a bit difficult move, so we don't want to rush with that move. So eight counts of slow Roger Rabbit will be enough for that routine. So once again, we start with simple of 1, 2, 3, and 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. And we've got Shamrock 1, 2, 3, 45678. And want to add our hands 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. We've got peppers hit 2, 3 and 4, 5, 6, 7 AD. And with our hand going up to the sky, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and very slow, Roger Rabbit, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. Perfect. So that's our routine ends right now. You can enjoy. Good afternoon. 57. Monastery: Okay, and we've got the next move, which is monastery and dried. Now you can see this on your screen. There are also some variations of a monastery that you can implement in your hip hop dance practice. But for now we are going to learn that basic version of monastery because it is not that easy move. You have to be aware of your body to do with wave, smile on your face. But we are going to do everything to teach you that move as fast as possible so that you could enjoy it in your practice. So let's start with this position. When your arms are in front of you, your elbows are close to your body and your hands are in front of you, okay? And you want to do that movement. You want to draw that circle with your both hands, okay? And you want to draw that circle? We are both hands going up the same time. Okay, so let's try circle to one side and then to the opposite side. Okay. And you can do with with your face closed all with your hands open. It really doesn't matter. It depends on you what you find. Look better, Okay, What do you want to do with your hands? So once again, let's draw the circle to the one side and to the other. And the dots how it looked like from the side of him. Okay, so dot is a movement of our hands that we are going to use in our monastery practice. And after that, we can start adding our legs to the earth. So while completing that circle, when your hands are at the top position, then I want you to rotate your role, rotate your whole leg inward like that. So the circle starts and we close that like and as you can see, you start rotating your leg when your hands are in that bottom position. Okay. So when your hands are are close to your thighs, then it is the moment to start that rotation of your leg. Okay. So let's try once again. And what I want you to do, I want you to do that rotation on that circle, Okay? I don't want it to be done in a place. I want you to push your hips forward, okay. So that you could make a huge circle with your niece. Okay. So when you rotate that leg, your knees should draw a circle in the air. Okay, So again 2s your hits a beat and then tried to draw a big circle like dots. Okay, so right now let's practice only those legs. Okay, and from the side view it looks like this. And I don't want you to leave your feet from the ground. Okay. I just want you to leave that knee. I beat. All right. And again here we want to do dots, bouncing movement. It won't be as visible us in other moves, but I want you to try that bouncing movements. So when your leg is row data to then it's, then your opposite leg is bent habits, okay, like that. And when you are in the starting position, you are up, your legs are straight. So let's try it from the start, positions from the side, from the front view. Okay. So start with your hips, cervical, and close straight legs up the starting position and band legs in that final position when your leg is rotated. Okay. So remember about those hips. It will make the move I bit easier. And it will make it look a bit better. Right? Let's practice it for a few more times. I want you to feel comfortable with that. With those circles. Okay. With rotation of your leg. Perfect. Okay. So that's what we what we have for now. We've got the circle with our legs, with our knees. Okay, we know that we have to push our hips, follow it. We know how our arms work in our monastery nerve. Okay, so now let's add the next step, which is moving your upper body in this movement, okay? So when you rotate, I want you to bend your body to move your body to that opposite side. So when you rotate your left leg than your upper body should should go to the right side. And when you rotate your right leg than your upper body should go a bit to the left side. And let's try the whole move with those arms. So we want to start with this circle, okay, now, start the movement of your leg and now close. Okay, and when you are in that final position, I want your about your upper body to be Abbott turns to decide. Okay, and I want your leg to be bent. So let's start once again, Sarah. Cool, stark black and final position. Perfect. And now we want to come back. Okay, So right now we've got our starting position, so it is here and we can start the next circle of our monastery. So right now we start the movement with the opposite Lech. Okay, You can try it for a few more times to one leg and we have one direction. And when you are ready, let's try the opposite direction. And that's it. So we've got the second leg. Okay, we started this article. Rotate our leg, move our upper body to decide. And dots, what do we got? Okay, and we can continue with our Move. We can continue with our legs and our arms, and we have to practice that mindful few more times. I want you to be completely aware of everything that you do in that move. Because we've all done awareness, there will be only one huge mess, okay, So we have to do it really slowly to get used to each movement in our body. So once again, circle, we are arm circle with our, with our knee. And our heaps are two HST for the beat. 58. Monastery practice: Okay, For our monastery practice, we are going to do to eight counts for each move. So we're going to start slowly and then we are going to spit it out. That beats. All right enough that as the usual, try to explore that new as much as possible. So let's start. And 212341, 123 as a whole, is brought in to some degree. The laws and saying seven. Hey, watch it. 34567812345678910. Hello. 59. Steve Martin: Okay, and we've got the next move, which is Steve Martin. And right now you can see how Steve Martin looks like. It is really cool move that you can use always in your HIPAA practice and it will always look cool. And at the same time, these movies quite easy. There is one moment that might be a bit tricky for you, but I will explain it and everything will be alright. And Steve Martin, who was your hands all we vowed your hands it all again depends on you. Which version is, in your opinion, more interesting, more exciting. So right now I want you to start with your legs. Okay, so the first thing that we are going to do, our our Lex, I want you to do those small steps to the one side, right. So let's, let's try step, step, step. All righty. So we've got three steps. Once again, we've got step, step, step. Alright, and then instead of doing that fourth step, I want you to lift your leg. Great. So that's what we want for now. We've got step, step, step and lift. Once again, a got step, step, step and lift. Okay. And it works the same for both sides. Okay. So I recommend to change those sides when you try this nerve, that part of our Stevie Martine. Okay, so now we have to add the next element. So when you did those steps, I want you to move your upper body to the front and to the box so you move your body to the front with the first step, then you come back. With a second step. You go forward again with the third step. And when you rise your when you lift your leg, then you again have to come back to that starting position. Okay? And it is very important to move that body correctly because it will let you to do that. Turned out I am presenting to you right now. So front, back, front, back, and right now when your upper body, it goes back, then it is a bit easier to do dot term. Okay, so let's try once again, starting with left leg 1234, okay, and we are ready to do that turn. Let's try once again. We've got 1, 2, 3, 4. Perfect. Okay, So that is very important. And here again you can add that the bouncing movement in your Steve Martin. As I said, the boss is always present in our hip hop dance. Okay, so try to bend those knees and beat. All right. Try to bend those knees, EBIT. You don't have to go very low, okay. In fact, you shouldn't go very deep with that boss, okay? It should be just a bit of Alpha that's bending. Blacks are right in dismissal, 1234, okay, and here, when you have your legs up, now try to kick back like that. We've your hill. Tried to kick back. Perfect. Okay. And when you kick back, I want you to move your body and stand on the hill of your right foot. Okay? 1, 2, 3, 4 and kick. Alright? And remember when you kick, you want to be on the hill on the balls of your of your right foot. And then we'll change it this side. So then it will be our left and right. Now we've got our right foot and we have to stand on our on the balls of our right foot. And when you Keq you want to do turn at the same time. So it is not only kicking butt, that cake should start, should enable you to turn your whole body. Okay? So start with your heats them, the whole turn will be a bit easier, okay, and when your cake is strong enough, then you should be able to turn, all right, like that. You don't have to do that full turn right away. You can try to do half of that stirred, right? And just try it for a few more times until you will be ready to go further. All right, So to kick and stir. And again, you want to be on the balls of your food because then you will be able to turn. If you are not on the balls of your feet, you won't be able to turn. So that is easy. All right, The Perfect. So let's try it to the other side, 1, 2, 3, 4, and kick and stern. Okay. So once again, kick and turn. So we've you know how to do that turn using your left leg. Now let's draw with our right leg. Okay, that's the most difficult element of osteoid marking. But as I said, ETU, move your upper body in a correct way, then it will be pregnant. Then it should be pretty easy for you to do that. Turn, okay, we've got front, back, front and turn. Great. And turn and turn, step, step, step and turn. Okay, so that's what we want for our Steve Martin. So please practice this myth as much as possible, as much as you need. And right now there is also another elements. So our hands, our arms, you don't have to use them in Steve Martin. But if you want to make that move look even cooler, I can recommend you to add those arms. And here your arms work in these way. You already know this movement. But again, when you're left leg goes up, then your right arm is in front of you. When your right leg goes up, then your left arm is in front of you. So please remember about that. Don't don't make that mistake. Don't go with the same arm and the same leg. Okay? Because then it will be a bit more difficult. Of course you can do everything in hip hop, so you can do also dots that movement of your arms. But if you want to, to, to make dot, dot, dot to move easier for you, then try to use opposite arm and opposite leg. Alright. And again, we've got our steve Marketing. 60. Steve Martin practice: Okay, For us, Steve Martin practice, we are going to do each MOOC thought to eight counts. We are going to start with Steve Martin without hands. And then we are going to add our hands for the next two main camps. So let's try. And 123456781234567812345678123456, Assad away. 61. Creep: Okay, and we've got the next move, and this move is called creep. It is very cool move, quite easy moves. So you should get used to that movement in your body quickly. So let's start our tutorial. So I want you to start with your arms, okay, Just forget about your legs for now and try to focus on your arms. So we want to cross our arms, but one arm should be in the front of your body and the second one should be an embargo of your value, okay, behind your back, like that, okay, So one is in front of you and one is behind your back and does basically the whole movement of your arm. So as you can see, it is quite simple. The only thing that you have to remember to change those arms so that one could be in front of your body and then behind your buck. Okay, so try it for a few more times. Great. You can try it in a slower version and when you feel comfortable with that move comfortably with that moved, then you can speed it up a bit. So let's try it from side view. Once again, just cross your legs or your arms? Of course, I was thinking about your arms. Okay. And now let's try to focus on our legs. So I want you to bend your knees like that. Okay. And you will be in this position for the whole month, okay. You don't want to bounce in this nerve, but you want to move your body to the hills, to the balls of your feet like this. So you want to leave your, your niece and at the same time you want to put your body on those balls of your feet like this. So just open your legs in this way. So try to do it for a few times. Okay. Your legs my head after that move and be you because you are always in that lower position. But after sometimes they will get used to that movement. And right now, I want to show you how to combine your arms. We've your legs. Okay. So every time when you finish crossing your arms, okay. Then it is time to open your open your legs. So open. Open. Open, open, open, open, open and open. 2345678. Okay. And that's basically the creep. Let me show it one more time from the side view. So we are in that lower position and we've got 12345678. Okay. And that was our CRE 62. Creep practice: Okay, and we've got our creep practice. And for this practice, we are going to do to eight counts of a simple creep, okay, and then try to explore that move. Tried to look for different angles. Try to change levels and do whatever you want to make that move as beautiful as possible. Now, let's start. And 123456781234567 days. Hi. 63. Atl Stomp: Okay, and we've got the next move which is ATL stomp and dried. Now you can see how this looks like in practice. And in a moment I will explain you how to do your ATL stone. Alright, so ADL stamp is quite easy. Move and here again, you don't have to do anything with your arms. I mean, you can do anything. What do you want in fact, okay. But if you don't want to do anything with your arms, you can put your hands on your belly or in your heats and it will be completely fine. And to start our ATL stamp, I want you to use your left leg and do that kicking Movement for two times. Okay. So you want to kick to the side 12 and after that, I want you to jump to that site. So keq, keq and jump. All right, so again, we click twice to the side and then we jump and we don't touch the ground with the leg, which is kicking. Okay. That leg touches the ground after that jump. Okay. So once again, kick, kick and jump. And now we can tell you the opposite direction, okay, So when you are after the first Move, then we can start to the other direction. So then we keep with our right leg and again we jumped. So it is always the same movement, KC, KC and the jump cake, cake, cake, cake, jump to the other side. 123123. Great. Okay, so we've got our ATL stamp in that slower version. So right now we can speed it up a bit. Okay, so we've got 12341234. Perfect. So that's our ATL stamp in a normal tempo. So Let's try it from a side view. 1212, and we can continue for a few more times. So we've got KC, KC jump, KEQ, KEQ jump, KC, KC jump. And that's our ATL stomp. And as you can see, this move is quite easy. So if you feel comfortable enough, then we can start looking for some variations. Okay, And the easiest variations for our ATL stump is changing the direction of our kicks. So you don't always have to keep to the side. You can kick to the Bach, Okay, and then we are going to jump to the back as well, one to one to try to keep for few more times. We've all heard that the jumping movement, so keq, keq, and then we can jump if we feel comfortable with that movement, right? So two kicks to bug and then jumped, but it is always the same company, others, so we've got to kick, kick, jump, one ends to KC, KC, jump 12. And it is the same movement with the opposite leg. So right now we keep with our right leg. And again, if we can kick to the size, if we can kick back, then we can also kick through the front. All right, and it will be the same patterns. So KC, KC and jumps. So if you've got, we've got starting to that back, 123, and now to the front we've got 12. Ok, and you can combine those versions as you like. Okay, there is no one correct version of doing that AT L Stomp. You can do one, jump to the side, one jump to the bag, then two jumps to the front. And it really depends on you, okay, you have to enjoy that move. You have to be happy with your ATL stamps so you can go to the direction where you want. Okay? So let's try once again to the sides, now to the back and the front. Okay, That's our first combination that we can do. Ok. And let's try once again. So we are going to start with our ATL stamp to the sides, and then we are going to turn a bit with our jump, okay, so that we could start our ATL stump to the back. Okay, so 12, and then we've got the jump. We want to turn 121234 and that's ATL stop. 64. Atl Stomp practice: Okay, and we've got our ATL stone practice. And for this practice we are going to do to eight counts of this moves, but it won't be that simple. I don't want you to do this. Move from side to side. I want you to look for different directions. Go forward, go backward. Okay, try to look for those different directions to make that move look even cooler, right? And after data, so always try to explore it even deeper. Alright, so let's start. And 123456781234, I sat back and forth. 65. ROUTINE no7: Okay, and we've got the next routine. So here we again have four moves. We've got creep, ATL stamp, monastery and Steve Martin. Alright, and we are going to start for eight counts of creep, right? So you've got eight cans of just regular creep. Okay. It is really cool. Moved to start our practice. And after those eight counts, we are going to start our second MOOC, which is ATL stomp. All right, So eight counts of creep. Where you've got 12345678 and we've got 12345678 of ATL stomp. All righty. And here, if you want, you can do some little variations of ATL stamps so you don't necessarily have to jump to the sides. You can jump to the front, to the back, okay? It really depends on you just try to enjoy that move. And if you don't feel comfortable enough, then you can do just a regular stamp jumping to the size. Alrighty, So we've got creep, we've got all our ATL stump and then we've got eight counselors monastery for then our next move, and we are going to do monastery in that slow version. We don't want to rush with these new because it is a bit complicated. So we are going to do it in a slower version. So again, we've got eight cans of creep. Then we've got eight counts of ATL stamp 78 and we've got 1234567 and a gray. So right now we've got three moves. Then we can add the next one, which is Steve Martin. Okay. But for now, I don't want you to do that Steve Martin with hands, so please try to forget about your hands form now and try to do eight counts of Steve Martin without using your hands. Okay. So we've got our creep, we've got our ATL stuff monastery and Steve Martin, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ATL stamp 12345678. And we've got 12345678. And Steven Martin one, 2345678. And guess what, for the next eight counts, we are going to continue our Steve Martin, but right now we are going to add our hands. So right now we tried is working with music and all of those nerves. Hi. 66. Body Wave: Okay, And this time for the next nerve, which is body wave, okay? And both the wave is very useful move which will help you to make your hip hop dance much, much better. You can implement it in many, many, step, in many moves. Okay? It's not only body wave that you can do, but you can mix it with different moves to make them even better. Okay, so that's how our body wave looks like in that slow and the basic version. All right, so we start with our head and then the wave goes down through our body. Okay, So as I said, we are going to start with our head. So I want you to lift your head like that. I want you to look up. Okay. I want you to look what is on your ceiling. Okay? So look up. And that's it for now. Alright. So the first step is to look out. Then we've got the next step so we want to breathe in so that we could open our chests like this. Okay, so lift your head up, look up, and then breathe in so that you could open that chest. All right. So that's our second step of body wave. Okay. Look up and then open your chest. Okay. So we've got the gap, open your chest, and then we want to close that chest, okay, imagine that there is something scary on the ceiling and you want to avoid that scary thing. So you want to you want to hide the dots, chest, okay. You want to close it like this. Don't move your hips. Okay. It is just your upper body, your chest, which which I want you to close like this. Okay. So your hips are in the same position the whole time right now. Okay. Okay. And they have to stay in that position because in the next step we are going to move them down like this. Perfect. Okay, so that's the next step of our above the wave. So let's start once again with our head. We look to the ceiling, there is spiking, okay, we breathe in, but there are spiders and we want to hide with our chest. And then we wants to hide with our hips as well. So head, chest. Close your chest and hide your hips. Like this. Perfect. Had just up. Okay. Just down. And your hips fall of your chest. Perfect. So those the first MOOC that we are going to do. And now as you can see, our legs are a bit bent. When you hide those hips, then your legs are bent. So we want to strike them, we want to have them straight, okay, so we want to do this MOOC. So again, we've got our head up, open your chest, close your chest hard, you're heaps and then we want to get those tranquil x. Once again had chest up, just down, hips and legs. Great. Let me show it from different perspectives. Okay. From the second side, like this, hips and legs. Okay. And now if you want to continue, then move, you'll have to start again, we've your head. So you want to continue this new form for a long, long time. Okay. So again, let's start with your had okay. Got up, open your chest, close your chest. Hide your hips, straight legs. Again. Look up, open your chest, hide your chest. Hide your hips, stretch your legs. Had just up just down, hips, legs and again had just up, chest down, hips down and straight legs. Okay. So that's basically our body way. You know, already each of the age of each of the parts creating body waves. So right now you have to just practice this move to make it as and to make it flow. Okay? We want it to look as wave, okay, so we can stop with each with each with each part. Okay. We have to make it flow. Right. So had chest, leg, had chest height, heaps leg. Okay. So basically we want to make this move a bit faster, okay? When you do it faster, then it looks like a wave, okay? Of course you need some practice to make that wave beautiful. Okay, but the faster is the tempo of your body wave, the better it looks like, okay. Maybe not when you are advanced dancer, okay. But at the beginning, That's not how it works. The foster your body weight is, the better it looks like. Okay. But let's try to combine all of those parts in that flowing motion. All right, so let's try ones Again. We've got our head, the chest height, just hide, hips and legs and again had chest chest heaps, Lex hat, chest, chest, hips, legs, and k. So that's basically everything that I could show you for this video. Now it is your time to practice this, okay? You have to spend a lot of time practicing your body wave. And after time you will be just perfect, okay, you will get used to that move, okay? Your body will know what to do with each, which was each step of our body wave. And it will look really, really cool and you will be able to implement your body wave in different myths and k. So that's it for our bodyweight tutorial. 67. Arm Wave: Okay, so you already know how to do by the way. So right now it's time for our arm wave. And in my opinion, and in opinion of my friends, arm wife is a bit more difficult than body wave. Okay, there are more elements that you have to pay attention to, but no worries. After some time, after some practice you will be able to do that arm wave in a perfect way. Okay, So let me move to the side so that I could show you my whole arm and my whole arm with my hand. A straight. Okay. And we want to start with our fingers or so. I want you to roll that fingers like that. Just try to rule them. All right. Okay. Don't let them go too far. Okay. Roll them just to roll them okay. Like these and go, go go go to your wrist. Okay. And when you feel that you can't go any further, then it's time to open your hand and keep them in this position for a while. All right. So that's what we want to do. Okay, that's our first step. Let me show it from this perspective. So again, roll those fingers and you can't go anymore. So open your hand like this. Okay. And right now I want you to leave that shoulder. So when you're hand these old pen, I want you to leave that shoulder so that you could, could make dots that are straight with your hand. So again, roll your fingers open your hand and lift your shoulder. And right now we've got straight line, straight line from our elbow to our shoulder and straight line from 0 to fingers. Okay. So once again fingers open hand, lift your elbows and then lift your shoulder. Okay. So when you lift your shoulder, then your elbow goes down. Okay. Once again, fingers, wrist, elbow goes up, then shoulder goes up and elbow goes down. Once again from different perspective, start with your fingers, roll them now open your and leave to your show Alivio elbow done. Put your elbow down and lift your shoulder. Like this. You don't have to rush. Okay. You can try to do it in a slower version. Okay. And you don't necessarily have to go with your, with your arm wave starting from the side, you can start in front of you. Okay. You can start with your arm relaxed. Okay. It really depends on you. I just want to show you that the basic version when you start your arm from that side. Okay, So I've already presented to you arm wave starting from your fingers, but right now we can also do with so the other day, the opposite direction. And so we are going to start with our shoulder. So to do this, okay. I want you to start with your shoulder. But let's practice this first version for humor times. Okay, so right now we are here and to start our wave, you have to do the same and moves the bots to the other direction. So build your shoulder down and then lift your elbow like this. Now. Build your elbow down. Okay? And bend your hand like this. Okay, so those are the same moves. So right now we have to close our feast and open our face like this. So once again, we start with the first version with our fingers, hand, elbow, shoulder, and now shoulder goes down. Elbow goes up. Okay. Shoulder goes down. Elbow goes up. Now, elbow goes down. Your hand is open. Now try to close your face and o pen like this. Okay, perfect. So that's the second version of your arm wave. Okay, so we can go toward our body or we can start with our body and go to the outside. Great. And I recommend you to try both versions at the same time. So you start with your fingers and then you come back starting with your shoulder. Okay. It will really help you to understand that arm wave. Okay? You don't want to learn arm, arm wave only through one direction. For example, starting with your fingers. It wants to be a complete dancers. I want you to practice at that arm WAF and to both directions. Okay? So right now, let's think about that arm weight and let's try to combine our two arms, okay, because we can do our moist separately with our two arms, but we can also connect it. So when you when you are complete that first arm wave and you, your shoulder is lit rise, okay, then you can continue to start your arm way for your second are and to do this, you have to put your shoulder down and open your chest. Okay. When your chest these open, then you have to close it and live the second shoulder. And from here you can continue in that second version of your arm way. So let's try once again. We do that fair as the version, we start with fingers, hands, elbow, shoulder. Now, put your shoulder down, open your chest high their chest and lift your opposite your second shoulder. And continue with that arm wave. Okay. And let's go to the other side and now open your chest, close your chest and leave the second shoulder and continue with that arm wave. Right. And that is basically it. All right. As I said, that it is not the easiest move ever, but after some time of practice, you should be completely fine with this nerve. Some people learn that Perfect Arm way. Arm wave quickly. For some people it is a bit more complicated. But anyway, practice, practice, practice and you will be completely fine, right? And as I said, I recommend to try both directions at the same time because it will make you more aware of that movement. 68. Jack and Wave: Okay, so you already know what a body wave is. So right now we can try move, which is very similar to our body way, which is Jack and wave. And the jug and wife is all about combining our body wave with that strong bouncing movement. Okay, So does everything that you have to do for this myth combine boss with your body waves so you know what body wave is, but let's try it for a few more times, okay, it will be our warm-up for our Jacques and wave. So try it for a few more time, starting with our head and going down. Okay? And right now try to practice dance, boss, I want you to do that. Strong bonds for this myth, okay? It has to be visible. All right? Then when you will be, then when you will learn this move, okay, when you will feel a bit more comfortably with that, you can make that bounce a bit smaller. But for now, when we are at the beginning of our, of our journey with Jack and wave, I want you to do that. Deep and strong bounce. Okay? So let's try once again. Okay, So we want to, as you can see there, we draw that circle with our heaps here. Okay? So because of that wave and because of that bars, our hips, draw a circle here. Okay, so again, start with your head. We've got had chest, chest heaps and our jock and width. So there is no many things to explain for you because you already know what the boundary is, you know, already know what their body wave is. Here is the only thing that you have to do basically is to combine those two things. Okay? So you have to do that body wave, but you have to go deeper with that bus. Okay. So your legs have to be banned a bit deeper. Okay. And you have to put some more power to that move. And when you know how to do that, Jack and way when you think that you feel all right with these nerve, then you can start moving while doing that, Jack and wave, you can try to add some steps to that movement. Okay, you can turn with your jack and wave, and you can also add some fancy arms moves to your jack and wave. Okay? So after some time when you will decide that it is a correct time, then you can try to explore that move and look for some variations that you can implement in your jack into wife. 69. Jack and Wave practice: Okay, We're going to start at Jack and wave practice with a very slow eight cans of Jack and wife. And for the next eight counts we are going to spit but just a bit. Okay. Don't rush anywhere. Just enjoyed this. So let's try at 1234123412345, sacral vertebrae. Hello. 70. Spongebob: Okay, in the next MOOC, which is SpongeBob. And the dots, how SpongeBob looks like. And again, these move AD snow is not the easiest one. But after some practice, you will know how to do it correctly and you will enjoy that move as well. So it might be a bit similiar to the mood that you already know, which is Roger Rabbit. Because we all will also have to jump in our SpongeBob here. And again in our SpongeBob, you don't really have to use your arms again. Okay. So there's another move where I told tell you that you don't have to use your ass, but the dots and the fact that K you can put your arms on your belly and it will be completely fine. Okay. And in our SpongeBob we are going to jump a lot, okay, as you can see, there are a lot of jumps. So we are jumping for the whole nerve. Okay? And there is a specific pattern of our legs WAR going to fall. Okay. So let's start with your leg in front of you. And you want to keep that leg up, okay. And you want to cross your legs and bit. Alright. But as I said, there is a lot of jumping, so let's try to jump for a few more times. So try to lift one leg and then try to change the legs and the jump like I do on the screen. So jump and change at the same time. Okay? All right, so we've got our jumping movements so we know how to change our legs. Okay, so now when if we start with our right leg up, then we can change and cross our legs using our left leg. So again, we start with our left leg, then we can jump and cross with our right leg. Cross. Perfect. So that's the first step. So we've got our legs cross, then we jump, moving our leg to the side. So if your right leg is up, then you'll want to open it to that right side. Okay, so you start here, then you open your leg. Once again. Cross and open with Jump. Jump. Perfect. And here I don't want to see your legs completely straight, okay. They are not banned tomorrow. Okay. But there is a bit of that banding in your, in your legs. Okay, So remember about dot, then this MOOC will be easier for you. Okay? So again, we start, we've got crossed position and we can continue this move to the other side. So right now our left leg is up and we can start jumping with not change. Our left leg is up. Then change your legs and cross them. And now jump with your right leg to decide go right. And when you are here, then he wants to change your legs and cross your legs with left leg in front of you. And then you want to open your left leg to the left side. And again, you'll want to change their legs and cross with right leg in the front like that. Okay. Open to the right, cross and change. Open to the left. Cross, change right. And as you can see, there is a lot of jumping in that SpongeBob. So we have to remember about few things. At the same time. You have to jump and move those legs, but it will be completely fine. Just practice it in that slow tempo, okay, you don't have to rush with that move. You want to be aware of each genre that you are going to do here. So again, we start with our leg, left leg in front of us. Then we can change an open challenge. Open change. Oh, I messed up. You can see. So you can't you can't open that leg too too early. You'll have to cross them every time. So cross open, cross, open, cross. Open, cross open. Okay. And that's the correct way of our SpongeBob. Okay. And with each move of your leg, you'll have to jump. Okay? And when you feel comfortable enough then you can start spinning that move up. And after some time, it will be a really fast Spongebob that you will use in your dancing practice, okay? And again, you don't have to use your arms here, but if you want, you can do with them whatever you want. Just enjoy the new faith and explore it. 71. Spongebob practice: Okay, For us SpongeBob practice, we are going to do each variation, four to eight cars. So we are going to start with very slow SpongeBob and then a second eight cows way outgoing, speed it up and deeds. Alright, so let's try. And 123456781234567 times a hi. 72. ROUTINE no8: Okay, and we've got our next routine. And for these routine we've got three more steps. So we've got Spongebob, we've got cool moldy, and we've got Jack and wave. And we are going to start with a very slow version of SpongeBob for the first eight counts. Okay, these movies, it is not that easy, so we don't want to do it in a regular tempo. We want to slow it down and beat to feel comfortably with that move. So just try to do it for the first eight counts in that slow version. And after our SpongeBob, we are going to start the next MOOC, which is cool, no d. And we are going to do this for the next 28 counts. Okay, so a bit longer than usually. So once again, eight cans of Spongebob, we've got 12345678. Then we've got cool mod1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. And then we've got another eight counts of cool mody. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. Great. So we've got to first moves. And after that, immediately after you, our cool mode, you are going to stop our jack and wave. But in also in that slower version, we don't want to rush anywhere. And you are going to do to eight counts of that Jack and wave in a slower version. If you feel comfortably enough, you can add some variations of all of those moves. But if that routine is okay for you, then I'm happy as well. So let's start once again. We've got special 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. We've got 1, 2 3 4 5 6 7 8, 1 2 3 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. We've got 1, 2, 3, 45678. Alright. So that was our Jak and wave. And here we go, Jack and wave. As I said, you can add some variations. Just enjoy the routine. Try to, try to enjoy each of the moves and just have fun. Now let's try with the year. 73. Class Project: Okay, for our class project, I want you to practice all of those moves that I thought you throughout the whole course. Additionally, I want you to choose one hip hop dance move that do you find the most interesting and exciting? And I want you to recall the old cell dancing that. Then of course, I would love to see that video in our class projects so that I could give you a feedback. I can't wait for your projects. 74. Congratulations: Congratulations, you've made it to the end of the course. I'm so proud of you. But guess what? I don't want you to stop here. I highly encourage you to practice all of those hip hop moves to improve your hip hop dance skills. And I pretty sure that soon you will be the best hip hop dancer ever. So thank you once again for enrolling on this course and see you in the next. 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