L&G, glad you asked.
I am a breakdance instructor in 2 dance schools regularly and in 1 dance school every now and then. My pupils are mainly young boys but there are some teenagers, also girls. We do a lot of freezes, power moves and footwork, so it's very hard and I'm usually exhausted after 2 hours...
I have to take some pictures to give an idea what I usually do. Nothing super special, since I'm not very flexible and I'm too tall for bboying but I do some proper moves anyway.
For example a couple of tommy flares, windmills, crickets and air turtles in a combo. I also do quite good au batidos and I'm working with 1990... I'll tell you more of everything later.
We've been taking some hiphop too, since I was a couple of years ago in national championships (not in the final top 6 but anyway participated) with a bunch of girls. I'm not that good inventing new hiphop routines though...
Go ahead and give a shot, there are great videos in youtube that helps you to get started. Try "How to breakdance" stuff.
Tue 15. Apr
Wed 16. Apr
First breakdance 2 hours.
I had my vegan friends here training with me. They backed me up so I tried new PB's. Great people, I love to train with them.
- Squat 50 -> 60 -> 70 -> 80 -> 90 -> 94 kg (new pb)
- Bench press
warmup with 54, then 70, 82, 92 kg (new pb)
Then I trainined a bit:
- Incline bench 10 x 50kg, then 3 sets 7 x 66kg
- Shoulder press, kettlebells 3 sets ~ 10 reps
- Bent-over barbell row, long sets at ~ 46 kg
I'm very happy with my new pb's. I had a quiet period with no new pb's and now I nailed 2 at the same evening.