Whassup, everybody. My name is Kid Glyde. I'm the leader of the Dynamic Rockers, pretty famous B-Boy. I travel around the world, I organize events. I've been dancing for 15 years. So I think I'm pretty credible to teach you. Be positive, be strong, let's do it.
Now that you've been practicing your chair freeze, it's time to work on your reverse chair. It's a little bit harder. Once, again, don't get discouraged, alright? It's all about balance and repetition is key, alright? Remember that. Repetition is key.
Alright, so let's go into the chair freeze, alright? We're in the chair freeze, okay. Now, I'm gonna take my left leg and I'm gonna put it on over to the floor, alright. We're going to do this pretty slow, alright? So from here, I'm gonna go left flick to the floor, pick up my right foot and put it onto my left knee, alright?
Now remember, distribute the weight evenly within your wrist, okay? If you fall over or you feel yourself falling back, use your wrist to move the other way. Alright, this is, you're going to build strength in your wrist. I'm sure this is hurting your wrist at first but the more you do it and the more you have your weight distributed evenly the better, alright?
So keep practicing it, try it. Matter of fact, let's try it again, alright? So back to the baby, chair and switch to the reverse chair, alright?