Hip Hop Dance For Beginners: Dance Routine to Afrojack - Summer Thing Premium class

Emeroy Bernardo, Dance Instructor | Health Coach | | Author

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20 Videos (30m)
    • Intro

      3:10
    • Routine Preview

      0:29
    • Breakdown of 1st Eight Count

      1:47
    • 1st Eight Count With Music - Slow

      0:50
    • 1st Eight Count With Music - Tempo

      1:01
    • Breakdown of 2nd Eight Count

      2:56
    • 2nd Eight Count With Music - Slow

      0:25
    • 2nd Eight Count With Music - Tempo

      0:43
    • 1st-2nd Eight Count With Music - Slow

      0:31
    • 1st-2nd Eight Count With Music - Tempo

      0:47
    • Breakdown of 3rd Eight Count

      5:03
    • 3rd Eight Count With Music - Slow

      1:05
    • 3rd Count With Music - Tempo

      0:39
    • 1st-3rd Eight Count With Music - Slow

      1:09
    • 1st-3rd Eight Count With Music - Tempo

      0:47
    • 4th8cwCBreakdown of 4th Eight Count

      3:24
    • 4th Eight Count With Music - Slow

      1:08
    • 4th Eight Count With Music - Tempo

      1:16
    • 1st-4th Eight Count With Music - Slow

      1:27
    • 1st-4th Eight Count With Music - Tempo

      1:34

About This Class

If you've always wanted to dance hip hop but felt intimidated, feel like you have no rhythm, or have no idea where to start?

In this class, join Emeroy and his students as he teaches you a simple routine to Afro Jack's "Summer Thing." From the purpose of the move to how you should or shouldn't do a move, Emeroy breaks down every move in detail.

This class is made for people who have absolutely no experience in dancing. Throughout the class, Emeroy emphasizes the importance of effort over perfection because that's what will help you make progress. This class is perfect for dance enthusiasts, people who want to develop their rhythm, and everyone who just loves to dance.

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Emeroy Bernardo

Dance Instructor | Health Coach | | Author

Emeroy is a health coach and a professional dancer based out of Los Angeles, CA. He has been dancing since the age of 8 and has been teaching since 2004.

He's been breaking/b-boying since 2005 and has danced with international organizations like Culture Shock and Hit The Floor Productions, performed for the Los Angeles Rose Parade and international artist Jonalyn Viray, and competed internationally at Hip Hop International and is a two time City of Alhambra B-boy Champion.

While Emeroy isn't dancing, he works as a health and wellness coach guiding others in creating a healthy active lifestyle so they can achieve their health results without trying so damn hard.

You can learn more about Emeroy by heading over to his blog.