This is definitely what I looked like in my adult beginner hip hop class.
Taking a hip hop dance class is quite simple. Follow the steps below and you will be successful at your first class.
Have a friend who suggests you take a hip hop dance class together. Do not skip this step. You will probably not think of the idea on your own.
Find a reputable establishment of the movement arts. There are many. But if you live in a smaller city no one wants to teach dance to adults, which can be very annoying. Luckily, some amazing individuals will surely have stepped in to help in your fair town and created a beginning hip hop dance class for adults.
Sign up for the class and pay your money.
Attend the first class wearing your old jazz shoes from fifteen years ago, yoga pants, and a comfortable formless t-shirt.
Realize you wore all the wrong things at your first class and make a mental note to buy things that will make you look cooler before next week.
Realize that you must not really have understood all of the movements that are included in hip hop beginning dance.
Go home from your first class tired but totally psyched to show someone your newly acquired moves.
Show someone your moves and try not to die of embarrassment when you realize that you do not look like Beyonce after one 90-minute class.
Forget to buy cooler clothes before second class.
Forget to buy cooler clothes before third class.
Forget to buy cooler clothes after fourth class.
Finally order clothes online during your lunch break at work.
Start to feel legitimately better at dancing.
Start looking cooler in class, but not as cool as the 15-year-olds.
Try your moves again on someone who is not in your class. This person will be reasonably impressed, especially at your labored, but serviceable moonwalk.
Sign up for another nine weeks of class because a different friend said she would take it with you this time.
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