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Old Aug 28, 2009   #1
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how can i start off a dance (breakdance)
i need some tips on how to start breakdancing off
for example how can you get on the ground but in a balanced way
not just falling over
how can i speed up/start rotations and keep momentum
thanks
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Old Aug 28, 2009   #2
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well im not very good at breakdancing and im looking for a little bit of help too but i do know that contracting pecs and raising shouldser gets alot of momentum going but that mignt not fit in the situation
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Old Aug 28, 2009   #3
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For Break dancing you might need -30.00 gravity. It makes it easier so you don't fly up when your starting to jump and it keeps you down AND you can run with -30.00 gravity.
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Old Aug 28, 2009   #4
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Originally Posted by jackdaddy134 View Post
i need some tips on how to start breakdancing off
for example how can you get on the ground but in a balanced way
not just falling over
how can i speed up/start rotations and keep momentum
thanks

Well you can land balanced on any part of your tori so it's quite hard to give you an instruction.
And there are very much way of speeding up and starting rotations. You have to be more situationbased.
Give us a replay and we can tell you what helps.
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Old Aug 28, 2009   #5
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Originally Posted by NutHug View Post
Well you can land balanced on any part of your tori so it's quite hard to give you an instruction.
And there are very much way of speeding up and starting rotations. You have to be more situationbased.
Give us a replay and we can tell you what helps.

well in your opinion for dancing, what works better... holding joints or relaxing them. I know that depending on the situation one will work better than the other but i just really need help on starting off and getting circular momentum
any tips?
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Old Aug 28, 2009   #6
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ok i'm not as epic as nuthug, but he has a point.




I'll make this quick and easy,for the most part dancing comes natuarally from skill of playing over a peroid of time. What i'm trying to say is:you learn dancing after you play for a long time and get used to your tori's joints.
as for starters try to use hold....then relax different joints to add style.
and for your question, use pecs and chest you get a nice twirl.

as you see i am not the best dancer in toribash. (like you i recently started dancing)
Replays of me and friends dancing. it gives a basic point on what i mean
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Old Aug 28, 2009   #7
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I have always a few joints relaxed unless I make damn complex movements.
Well the most important thing about circular motion is the chest... not sure how I'm supposed to give you general advices though. Push your limps against the ground I guess.
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Old Aug 28, 2009   #8
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aelak i really liked your dance replays. the guy you were palying with was good to. and what do u put gravity at for dancing
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Old Aug 28, 2009   #9
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thank you


i put -30.00 for dancing.
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Old Aug 29, 2009   #10
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Thanks
I'm starting to get the Hang of things here
my headspins are getting better
and i see what you mean by it has to come natural
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