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…
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.
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…
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.
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.
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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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…
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.
http://tweet.bognor259.com/xmas2018/hip-hop-dance.php 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.
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
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.
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.
Near the end of 2018, so I am carrying on and pushing for the numbers, also going to plan as January to April 2019 is going to be very busy and then all hell will break lose as certain negative people are (apparently) going to have their revenge. Oh well, never mind, eh!! April 2019 seems so far away. Thanks to N for the advice and help, all systems are go here, every day new ideas and advances. Working on everything especially endurance, leg stretches and footwork. Wishing you all the best for Xmas and 2019…
Decided to dance 6 clips with some ideas, this is 3 of the clips and 1 didn’t come out. That is pretty good really, some days it is hard to get every shot right. Some of the moves I was inspired by my time at Urbanstrides dot com and some via my current learning of tap dance. I used some of my old 84 moves, and added some footwork to spice it up a bit. This was more of a test to mix some moves up, worked better than I thought, something to go home and practice for the next video AB 6. Didn’t get a lot of time to train as hard as I want as busy with work but, I decided to put it all in the pot and try a few things out. I hope to make it in April 2019 to the next 3 day Urban Strides event Hip Hop. With all this extra training I hope to benchmark better in my dancing efforts and see my new – old friends up there.
Alternative power problem in a Robotic dance, Robotic Poplock uses his alternative power supply. Problem solved or is it? The use of the ‘Alternative Power’ is used to give the video a bit of reality to the Robot and the video story board reflects this quite well, the theme is well implemented in this video….
Alternative power problem in a Robotic dance, Robotic Poplock uses his alternative power supply. Problem solved or is it?
The use of the ‘Alternative Power’ is used to give the video a bit of reality to the Robot and the video story board reflects this quite well, the theme is well implemented in this video.
You’ll find this is a great example of adding pops and locks to a robot dance.
Using popping moves and some old poplock moves to produce an alternative dance routine. Power fully restored.
And then the unthinkable happens.
Look on YouTube for a channel called Poplock Paul.
That is Alternative Power in Afterburn 3. And then there is now a fourth video called ‘Afterburn 4 The Future’. The idea was, what if Mad Max was to meet Super Mario we wonder and so we made that the main theme for this 4th YouTube video in the Afterburn series. This was a special video with a shout out to Micky & Christina, Jason Sanger as Super Mario and Greg as well, Greg. And of course it stars Poplock Paul as Mad Max. There is some dancing and what looks like punching, some really fast and a few rapid punching several times in between moves and beat. ‘The Future’ in our not so distant possible apocolyptical future, with a mix of Mad Max & Super Mario could be an interesting action film and video game mix.
Two videos each with a bit of grapics and story boarded on films and a game, mixed with the latest dance moves and some martial art counter strikes, what more could you want I ask?
You’ll find this is a great example of adding pops and locks to a robot dance. Afterburn 4 Blog Video Rocks
In Afterburn 4 the idea was, what if Mad Max was to meet Super Mario, we wonder and so we made that the main theme for this 4th YouTube video in the Afterburn series.
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