Laya Barak's "Urban Jam - Hip Hop Dance" program offers instruction in innovative hip hop styles for skill levels from beginner to professional.
The program includes a warmup and isolations section, followed by beginning, intermediate, and advanced routines, and then an additional breakdown of the beginner routine (separate upper and lower body breakdowns are shown).
It's Hip, it's Happening, it's Now! Join New York City's hottest instructor, Suzanne Dinunzio, to learn the latest in Hip Hop and Funk style dance. The class begins with a short warm-up, followed by some jammin' variations and combos to get you into the groove, and finally, a full-length, cutting-edge Hip Hop dance that's fresh off the streets. Each section is broken down from both front and rear views for easy learning.
Hip Hop You Don't Stop In this "Hip-Hop" Dance Video, F-Troop and Pat-y-o will teach and entertain you with the latest "Hip-Hop" dance routines. Pat-y-o and F-Troop's easy to learn style will have dancers of all ages grooving to entertain you or just stay.
A hip hop crew of senior citizens defy the odds and push their bodies to the absolute limits, as they make their way to Las Vegas to compete in the World Hip Hop Dance Championships.
A fun-focused set of three hip hop dance styles — Basic, Bollywood and Samba. Billy's add-on teaching makes the workout super-easy-to-follow. He always begins with simple foot patterns at a slow pace. Then he increases the tempo and adds more complex dance steps (along with optional intensity-boosting arm motions). The first segment features hip hop classics like "Superman" and "B-boy." That's followed by playful, Bollywood-inspired moves like "Bolly Bounce" and "Bolly Barbeque." The third section brings out your "inner spicy" with sensuous shimmies and hip rolls. The final series uses all three styles in a calorie-torching finale. Billy's high-energy cuing is both motivating and supportive ("don't judge yourself; just have fun!"). "Lite hip hop" instrumental music. ©2011.