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Wise advice from professional dancer JRock Nelson

08 Feb

Whether you want to become a professional dancer or just want to improve your skills, this post is a must read/watch!

Step X Step Dance

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The other day on Facebook, JRock posted something very important to any dancer looking for advice. Here is what JRock posted:

“A young kid asked me recently “how much do you practice to be so good?”…seems to be a reoccurring question. My answer is simple! You can practice 8 hours a day everyday for years and none of it will matter if you don’t SHINE when the SPOTLIGHT hits you! Practice SMART not hard! When GAME DAY comes…eat your Wheaties and be sure to SHINE!

My practice comes in the form of constantly getting my hands on new music, all types, constantly updating my ipod with fresh playlists! As REAL dancers, it’s not about MEMORIZING the latest batch of Popping EDITS/BEATS you think will be played in the next contest! It’s about studying rhythms, constantly stimulating your brain with new patterns to catch, increasing your ability to break down a…

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Posted by on February 8, 2013 in b-boy, break dance, dance performances, entertainment, PR

 

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2 responses to “Wise advice from professional dancer JRock Nelson

  1. stepxstepdance

    February 8, 2013 at 5:57 pm

    Amazing right?! Thanks for reblogging 🙂

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    • Emeline

      February 8, 2013 at 6:04 pm

      You are welcome! I do agree to a large extent to what he says even though i’m not a professional dancer!

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