Break dance (also known as breaking) came very popular among the streets of America in 1969. It is one of the oldest forms of hip-hop style dance. This type of technique allows a person to move freely about. Break dance is a street dance that involves very complex and complicated body movement. It requires striking a balance between the moves.
People who practise this type of dance are known as b-boys or b-girls. People can’t master just the style or just the power moves. To become a master, you must accommodate both. Break dancing includes moving the feet sideways and onto the toes, spinning on the knees, head, hands and elbows.
The windmill is one of the many popular moves of break dance. It is one of the widely recognized power moves. This is a move in which the dancer spins from his/her upper back to his chest while twirling his/her legs around his/her body in a V-shape. People who want to learn this will take about two to six months to learn.
The headspin is also a very popular and recognized move. This move is when a dancer spins on his/her head often while wearing a stocking cap or handkerchief. When the dancer uses his/her hand to speed up the spinning, it is called ‘tapping’. They may tap as many turns and then ‘glide’. Kid Freeze has claimed that he invented the headspin.
The worm is a popular, basic move. This move is when the dancer lies on the ground and forms a rippling motion through his/her body. This can be done in two ways. Either from to your upper body or from your lower body. Which is backwards or forwards. Sophia Tucker is said to be the one who created this move, back in 1920.
People who want to learn this type of dance can join the Praise team, etc.