Basic Timer Dance 20m X1

The Bognor Dancer has cracked some more shapes in his new Mini Series X1 where he does a basic timer dance of 20m to restart his personal practise. Video 215 is the first of Poplock Paul X-series, since coming back to Bognor and following his recent Charity Dance Series with fellow Artists Gary & Jason … Continue reading “Basic Timer Dance 20m X1”

The Bognor Dancer has cracked some more shapes in his new Mini Series X1 where he does a basic timer dance of 20m to restart his personal practise.

Video 215 is the first of Poplock Paul X-series, since coming back to Bognor and following his recent Charity Dance Series with fellow Artists Gary & Jason there has only been one other video since apart from this which is…

…A Martial Art Dance video V214 called ‘Heaven To Earth MA Hip Hop Dance’ which seems to be getting a lot of feedback.

For awhile Poplock Paul was cranking these videos out, but for the last fortnight it has been harder to keep that going and so there has been a pause and now the restart via the X-series which starts with V215.

Train to succeed !!

Train to succeed. Dancing for Cancer Research UK, Gary Broughton can be found in video V210 to V213 dancing with Poplock Paul & Jason Sanger who also has his own project, EKUSA !!

We hope to cover the EKUSA project of Jason Sanger in greater depth in a future article, the dance videos at this point were just shot on the spur of the moment and apparently just talked through prior to filming those great scenes in Hotham Park of Bognor Regis.

Afterburn 4 The Future

We found the above video – What if Mad Max was to meet Super Mario I wonder?

It further states ‘This is a special video to share with my friends who have helped me film. Special shout out to Micky & Christina, Jason Sanger as Super Mario and Greg as well’ from Poplock Paul.

Cancer Research UK Dance v213

We got a kick out of making this video, so in April 2019 we did a bit of dance training in an effort to support Survivor Gary’s Cancer Research UK. Above V213 Below V212: Where the heck is Poplock Paul in this V212 Bodyrock video in 2019? Clip 1 is Poplock Paul doing an old … Continue reading “Cancer Research UK Dance v213”

We got a kick out of making this video, so in April 2019 we did a bit of dance training in an effort to support Survivor Gary’s Cancer Research UK.

Train To Dance

Above V213 Below V212:
Where the heck is Poplock Paul in this V212 Bodyrock video in 2019? Clip 1 is Poplock Paul doing an old Boogaloo Routine. Clip 2 is freestyle gig with Gary Broughton, Jason of EKUSA and Poplock Paul. Clip 3 is Bin Squirrel come out of hiding. So here we are March 2019 doing our own dances together, please like, share and subscribe to let us know you appreciate our work.

Above V212 & Below V211

Charity Cancer Dancers Gary, Jason & Poplock V211

Warm sunny day to do a Charity Cancer Dance with Dancers Gary Broughton including Jason Sanger with Poplock Paul in this Intro V211 follow up video version. The decision to waver a 20 minute warm up and just start video shooting whilst dancing simple routines in our own way, was chosen and we first danced to ‘Beach Disco’ and then ‘Jump & Thump’ before doing a bit of bag work & shooting a Benny Hills style scene before calling it a day and wrapping it up. Great day filming…

Charity Cancer Dancer Gary Broughton & Friends V210

Warm sunny day to do a Charity Cancer Dance with Dancer Gary Broughton & Friends including Jason Sanger with Poplock Paul in this Intro V210 video version. Gary Broughton is dancing to support Cancer Research UK to help raise funds, etc. Gary is also nearing the end of his current Dance-a-thon and hopes to raise more donations as he is a Cancer Survivor. The decision to waver a 20 minute warm up and just start video shooting whilst dancing simple routines in our own way, was chosen and we first danced to ‘Beach Disco’ and then ‘Jump & Thump’ before doing a bit of bag work & shooting a Benny Hills style scene before calling it a day and wrapping it up. There was time to wave at some people on a passing train. Great day and hopefully we will create a little dance video series, we aim to do a follow up video shoot so I believe we have a good chance to create a few more trailer style videos. I have no actual plans as to number of videos or how long this mini series ‘Charity’ will be, but when we get to a certain point then we will end this mini series and start another as soon as is possible. I’m awaiting feedback and also awaiting to study the videos tomorrow before making further plans, however there will be quite a few videos to edit yet so I’m happy about that. Have a good day, thank you for watching this video and hope you like, share and subscribe to catch our future videos and adventures.

Pat Point Hip Hop Dance V207

This was one of several clips taken a few minutes apart as I did my practice in between to see if it works doing most or all videos in one day. As you can see I had to do a…

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This was one of several clips taken a few minutes apart as I did my practice in between to see if it works doing most or all videos in one day. As you can see I had to do a little starting combo moves to get clip in time with music and video as I usually overlay the soundtrack over the video if the sound is compromised by wind or other noise or drowns out actually music from camera. In the middle I used Points, Dimestops & some Liquid Waves. One thing is that with this Pat & Point Honeybar Mini Series each clip gets better with time and practice. That is the fun of Hip Hop Dancing.

Pat Point V206

In this second ‘Pat Point Hip Hop Dance’ being 2 of 5 in a ‘Mini Series Honeybar V206’ I was able to better my moves over the 1st attempt. Pat & Point for feet and hands, 2 different styles in their own right but I have fused them together to see how I progress with this dance experiment. From the first to this second video I seem to have made this routine or style more fluent, it will be interesting to see how I progress. I will be creating pages and my plan is to add this to my Poplockwiki dot com website with more details how and why I created this little mini series I call ‘Honeybar’ which is the name of the music piece I used in this video.

Pat Point V205

This Pat Point Hip Hop Dance choreography is 1 Of 5 in a Mini Series Honeybar, and is known to many as V205. This is an intro video Using Pat (tern) footwork and a bit of Vepoint as I work with the 2 styles in week 10 of this years training. I may throw a few other styles in to the mix and see what happens. Today I’ll be reviewing the other footage again and uploading those when I can, at the end of the day I want to complete a ‘Shout-out’ video for a friend I know ‘Tesla MC’ who is a talented rapper. I will also be creating an end of week 10 video for my next ‘MA-Dance’ mini series which I will also be working on over the next few days. Please enjoy.

Basic & Advanced Hip Hop Dance Vepoint Style

Based on Old Style Locking Action which we used in Portsmouth in the 84 to 86 Breakdance & Bodypopping age or era, we created these 2 short dance videos to share so new and old dancers can learn an easy…

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Based on Old Style Locking Action which we used in Portsmouth in the 84 to 86 Breakdance & Bodypopping age or era, we created these 2 short dance videos to share so new and old dancers can learn an easy but funky basic and advanced way to share the fun with. This is one of several routines we will be releasing over the next few weeks, anyone can take from these two short videos.

Basic Hip Hop Dance Vepoint

As usual the video was shot in the location of Hotham Park in Bognor Regis, West Sussex, UK. I was also inspired by Gingers Waacking having attended a 3 day course event last October where Ginger was 1 of 9 teachers that taught us, Ginger was awesome. The course was a 3 day camp called ‘Hip Hop Dont Stop’ by Urban Strides, to which I am going to again this coming April, all being well.

Advanced Hip Hop Dance Vepoint Tutorial

Advanced Hip Hop Dance Vepoint Tutorial, for reference in 2019. Adding in more footwork, hand moves and the Fresno. Fresno popping & Vepoint locking. This could constitute a Poplock style, although you could say it is 33.3% Locking, 33.3% Popping and 33.3% Poplock !!

Eye Of The Tiger Dance Below

Starting with some videos of my bag punching and chaining of Boxing & Martial Art counter techniques. Some old and new dance moves, and a few short routines.
A video clip I used was shot in 2010 and thanks to my training & dancing friends. ‘Eye of the Tiger’ also included. Shot in location Hotham Park in BR, Bognor Regis, West Sussex in the UK.

Bognor Dancer Has Eye Of The Tiger

Ma Dancing in complete defiance, still rocking away. Now learning new skills and getting ready for 2019 with hope and determination to make a difference and put fun in funk dance which is interactive with who ever is up for…

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Ma Dancing in complete defiance, still rocking away. Now learning new skills and getting ready for 2019 with hope and determination to make a difference and put fun in funk dance which is interactive with who ever is up for a dance. Or dance solo and try out new ideas.

No stranger to hard training, bagwork & displaying the art of chain-punching & footwork in action and in dancing. Using old Poplocking moves and learning tap and even Hip Hop via Urban Strides there may be many dance videos to come yet, from one of Bognor Dancers who is trying to keep the dream alive. Shot in location of Hotham Park in Bognor Regis, West Sussex you can find over 180 videos going back for about six years.

Don’t touch me Buster Poplock has currently over 17,000 views. Not bad for a solo artists using dance moves that date back to 1984.

2700 visitors have so far clicked this end of an event where the ‘Dancing Doorman’ throws a few moves.

93,000 people have clicked on Kill Chill 2018. Even weather will not stop the Bognor Dancer Popping and Locking what ever the weather, keep on dancing to keep the dream alive. Dancing around Bognor Regis and many other places is what keeps the Bognor Dancer fit and healthy. Whatever the weather and what ever obstacles in the path of this UNSTOPPABLE Ma Dance force of fun & merry mayhem.

Eye Of The Tiger Music Video

Great remix music video with some boxing bag work and even some dancing we think. Please like & share and if you have a video feel free to send it via mail form on bognor259 dot com and we will see what we can do. Meanwhile, take a look and feel free to comment or give feed back. We love a good chat and banter. Eye of the Tiger music video…

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Stats The Whole Stats

From this page you can see our progress in placing some of our helpers websites, videos and music in front of people. We are building up a hand made visitor attraction website to from a Web-ring which brings us a lot of visitors. We will be building new sites from time to time, in fact we are writing one for a new improved site being currently tested and the results are great. 

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To Tweet Or Not ?

We are testing a retweet site, fancy having your YouTube video or article promoted to a greater audience. Then look no further and go to Bognor259 Dot Com website and fill in a form with your web link and we will see what we can do. We added retweet buttons ages ago and we still get retweets which helps. Thanks to all who share the link love.

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To Dance Or Not To Dance?

Hip Hop Shakespeare with that famous line ‘To dance or not to dance, that is the question’. Please like & share with your friends. Know anyone that can dance but does not know where to start from, then get in touch with Poplock Paul via his YouTube video dance series. We counted over a dozen guest dancers in his hip hop video collection. 

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We Mean Clean Company

Whether you want a room, office or house clean, I am sure this company will give you satisfaction. Competitive rates and good reviews from their customers, we hear only good things. Check out the link to find out more. They are very busy but expanding, so check them out. I think you will like what you find…. 

DJ Clarke Great Music Link

I’d say DJ Clarke provides fantastic house music but he has other genres too. There is some heavy club music and some which is rare but great to listen to. I used one of his tacks recently and you’ll find he has a great collection. I recommend you take a look and I’m pretty sure you will be chilling to his collection. Follow the link to his sound cloud profile and download some now… 

Hip Hop Don’t Stop

 Locking, and popping gained popularity in the 1980’s, hip-hop social dancing (party robot dancing) started to develop. Novelty and fad dances such as the Roger Rabbit, the Cabbage Patch, and the Worm appeared in the 1980s followed by the Humpty dance and the Running Man in the 1990s. 
It is historically inaccurate to say that the funk styles were always considered hip-hop. 

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Social dances include the Cha Cha Slide, the Cat Daddy, and the Dougie. The previously mentioned dances are a sample of the many that have appeared since hip-hop developed into a distinct dance style. Like hip-hop music, hip-hop social dancing continues to change as new songs are released and new dances are created to accompany them.

Popping And Locking Info

Locking looks similar to popping, and the two are frequently confused by the casual observer. In locking, dancers hold their positions longer. The lock is the primary move used in locking. It is “similar to a freeze or a sudden pause.” A locker’s dancing is characterized by frequently locking in place and after a brief freeze moving again

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The lock is the primary move used in locking. It is “similar to a freeze or a sudden pause.”

Dance Info Website

The older dance styles that were created in the 1970s include uprock, breaking, and the funk styles. An influence on toprock was uprock which was created in Brooklyn, New York. Uprock looks similar to toprock, but it is more aggressive and looks like a fight. 

Funk styles were not always considered hip-hop

The funk styles refers to several street dance styles created in California in the 1970s such as roboting, bopping, hitting, locking, bustin’, popping, electric boogaloo, strutting, sac-ing, and dime-stopping. Out of all of these dances, boogaloo is one of the oldest.