How To Tut
How To Tut
The baby freeze is a cool dance move to do in a break dancing routine that you can learn how to do step-by-step in this simple and informative instructional video. It also shows you how to stretch out your wrists to avoid possible injury and pain.
Okay, in this video, I'm going to show you how to do a Baby Freeze. Now, this move takes a lot of pressure onto your forearms and your wrists so make sure you warm them up nice, really well, and just if it hurts, then just stop, give it a rest and then try again in about five or ten minutes. So, here we go.
This is how you do it. You start on your knees, with wide knees. Okay, the real important part is to remember that you've got to spread yourself out and you've got to use both hands in this move.
Okay, so the first part, you take your weakest arm and you place it straight out in front of you, so stretch that straight. The second arm comes in to the side so your hand is facing away from you, not inwards. Then what you do, you place both hands down in the right place, you push your knees back, and then you lower yourself onto your stomach.
Now, when you're on your stomach, you have three lines, you've got one down the center, and two down the side. Okay, what you want to do is try and get your elbow, this part here, into your stomach. You have to tense in your stomach really tight, this will be uncomfortable but to do the move you have to do this and it gives you a real good strut and a good support for your whole body.
So, you place your hands, push your knees back lowering yourself on so you're spread out so you're like you're laying down, then what you do, you place your head on the floor facing your supporting hand, you lift up your body and twist your hips. Now, each time that you do it, you will do it for longer and your wrist will start to ache but it will build up muscle in the end. So, again, what it is you start off with wide knees, you place the supporting hand, you place the core strength hand, you lower yourself down by pushing your legs back, tense in the stomach, place your head looking at the supporting hand, lift it with your back, twist your hips.
That's how to do a freeze. Now, to warm your wrists up, because it will put a lot of strain onto your wrists, is put your hands together like so, so your forearms are touching, and you just roll your wrists all around in a circle. Keep going around, it should loosen up all your muscles.
Another one you can do to stretch out your wrists is to be on your knees like this, wide knees, so your knees are apart, place your hands this way round, place them in front of your knees so your middle finger is pointing at your knee, lean forward, push your knees back, lean back while keeping your palms on the floor which stretches this muscle here. Do it until you feel the pull, try not to go too far, only until you feel it pull and stretch. Hold it for about seven seconds, lean forward, come back up.
Do this again if you want, if it isn't quite working, and then you should be set and ready to go. .