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Break dancing


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Putting this in Music. This was very popular back in the 80’s. It’s a form of street dance. It involves being very athletic. It almost reminds me of Parkour, just set to music & you stay in one place versus moving around a course. When I did a search, it still remains popular in some areas.

Have you tried it? I will admit I don’t care for dancing & cannot imagine doing all the moves this sort of dance requires. However, you have to give respect where respect is due at the ingenuity.

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When I was a kid I was inspired by Micheal Jackson to get into a break dance. I don't remember myself but my parents, older cousins, and even my elder sibling say I was really good at break dancing. However, as I grew older, I stopped.

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Personally, I love watching others do it but I would never be interested in trying it out myself. Why is that? I know very well that my body isn't flexible for me to break dance successfully, so I won't want to injure myself by breaking or dislocating my joints. 

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