heyitsnaks said: yoo just wondering if you have some tips on style for top rocks. ^__^
Sorry for the late response! Finally getting to these… heh.
Toprock is pretty flexible, and I’m constantly messing around with it. Learning different dance styles definitely helps with toprockin. Some dance styles that mix in well are house, poppin’, and even contemporary stuff. Play around with your top rock. It’s good to be dynamic and mix up the speed, the pace, and how hard or soft you want to make each step. For example, having loose hips one moment and then switching it up to hard hits. It’s kinda hard to explain this stuff without really showing you just what I mean, but I don’t think I’m good enough yet to make videos to teach people haha.
Top rock doesn’t have to look tough, doesn’t have to look bubbly. You can be sassy with salsa steps or smooth with more controlled movements. I’d say just feel it out and don’t be afraid to use your space! =)