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Breakdance, or B-Boying is one of the more common dance styles in the nation. It is a dance that anybody can pick up, yet very hard to master due too there being a vast majority of different moves, freezes, and the like. Breakdancing can be split up into three major groups; Top rock, Foot-work, and Power. Top rock, as you can probably guess, is all the style when you are standing, these kinds of moves add your own spunk and style to your dance, and define you as a unique dancer. Some examples of Top Rock are Indian step and Side Step. Footwork is the same as Top Rock except there is one difference. Footwork is the style on the floor, this consists of Six-Step, Two-Step, PeterPans, etc. They add flare to your floor technique.
Contributed by Bailey Monroe