Street Dance Skills & Drills - BBoy Bootcamp (Super Power Practice #3) (Paperback)

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Street Dance Skills & Drills - BBoy Bootcamp (Super Power Practice #3) (Paperback)


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This is book number 3 in the Super Power Practice series.

You need the most effective practice skills and drills to get the fastest results. "Street Dance Skills & Drills - BBoy Bootcamp" includes over 140 pages of the most effective training techniques used by your favorite street dancers all over the world

No matter who you are, the better your practice sessions, the more progress you'll make and the faster your power and style will improve

With a foreword by BBoy Pioneer Kujo of the legendary Soul Control and Ill-Abilities Crew, these proven techniques break down everything you need to accelerate your street dance results

Barry "GRIZ" Rabkin is the founder of, the world's largest street dance source GRIZ's lessons make it easy for beginners of all ages to quickly master advanced concepts and help experienced dancers perfect their own unique styles.

GRIZ has spent over a decade professionally performing and teaching street dance, sharing the most effective practice and training theories. His research led him to a degree in Psychology and certification as both a National Council on Strength and Fitness Personal Trainer and a Sports Nutritionist. GRIZ has had the opportunity to learn secrets from hundreds of world class dancers and the "Super Power Practice" book series passes all that focused knowledge on to you.

Take your street dancing to the next level Join the tens of thousands of people all over the world who have already learned street dancing from
Product Details ISBN: 9781517331900
ISBN-10: 1517331900
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: October 17th, 2015
Pages: 152
Language: English
Series: Super Power Practice