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    nemesis11786 is offline In Orientation
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    Breakdance workout?

    I wanted to get your opinion on how possible this is. I was playing some basketball w/ my friend yesturday. He brought onlong this other guy named jake who was more cut then anyone I have ever seen. After we were done playing horse I started talking to him about weight lifting and dieting...etc. I was supprised when he told me he doesn't lift weights. He got extremely cut by breakdancing. Naturally I said " no way ", but then he got down on the floor and did this weird pushup with his legs off the the ground. I was pretty impressed. I just want to know if you guys think it is possible to look that cut by only doing variations of push ups and weird breakdance moves as apposed to weight lifting?


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    Scott_Free is offline First Set
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    Absolutely.

    Diet is #1, so if you eat right you have the building blocks.

    Exercise is next and you don't need traditional weights to do it, your body is essentially a weight. Break dancing incorporates a ton of moves you simulate in the gym push-up's, spins, etc, all use yur body weight being supported by certain muscle groups. The amount of control in many break dance moves, requires a lot of core strength in order to perform them properly.

    You can get a full workout without weights at home, so why not act like a robot while you are at it.

    Dancing alone is a great cardio routine, I can only imagine how much time he spends practicing his moves etc. I am a personal fan of Stalls, the control and muscle required to do them always make my jaw drop.

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    inkoh8 is offline Registered User
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    yea

    a lot of breakdancers are like that actually. its quite possible.

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