What's up? This is Jino Fort, back again, and I'm going to teach you how to krump stomp. Now krump stomps are not just stomp and stomp all over the floor, going everywhere, because that makes no sense. You'd only look stupid, just looking like a big monkey going out on the dance floor. So basically, krump stomps are [inaudible 0:20]. It's just like jazz, arm swings, and everything else you're supposed to do. It involves precision as well to the beat, and it's not supposed to be the loudest krump stomp either. So don't think if you stomp loud that you're doing it right. A lot of people get that confused. BOOM, they look crazy after that. No, it ends right there.
But basically when you krump stomp it's supposed to be precise. At least have precision and don't stomp too loud, like make an effect, but like have it precise too. Like you're going to stomp, stop it at your heel, or your toe. So you can do another move that's very clean after that as well. You don't want to look crazy, stomping real hard trying to look all nice to get attention and then not have anything to do after that.
So when you do it, kind of like set stance, go to your toe, go on your heel, use your right, you can go all the way around, hit, hit, hit. Hit, hit, hit, hit, have a combination if you will. Let me show you a simple routine highlighting the krump stomp. For your first move you're going to get kind of low, like kind of muscled. You're going to go one, and come up on your toe. Two, now when you drop it you're going to move your toe to the right, so three, four, five, and you're going to do like an arm swing. We're going back to arm swings again, out, so arm swings out. Stomp, is going to be seven.
So let's do that again. Five, six, seven, eight, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, and make sure you raise that left leg kind of high so you can make it look like you're doing something. Don't just look lazy. You don't want to look lazy, look like you're really into the move and you're doing something with it. So let's try it again. Five, six, seven, eight, one, two, three, four, toe, six, seven. Let's try it again, Five, six, seven, eight, one, two, three, four, five, six seven. So now let's do it with music.