What's up ?
This is Matt and today we're gonna talk about a couple of waving concepts .
The first one is connecting our arm waves with our body waves .
So once you've learned these two pieces individually , it's important that you know how to connect them so that you can use these waves in your freestyle .
The key is the arm wave is exactly the same .
You're just doing it with both arms at the same time .
So once we get here , we have to remember to roll our shoulders back to bring our chest up .
And that's really where the connection comes in .
A lot of times you see people that have a good arm wave and then they just kind of start their body wave out of nowhere and it's not connected .
So make sure that once you get here , your shoulders come back to bring your chest up and then you continue your body to bring it back up and back out the shoulders to release .
The next concept is tracing and tracing basically is just creating the illusion that we're controlling our waves with one of our hands .
So for instance , if I'm gonna do a basic we just like we did and come down to my leg .
I can take this hand and trace this way through my body down to my knee , back up and back out .
There's no no right or wrong with tracing .
You can trace on your hand on the top .
You can't even touch the part of your body .
By the way it is , the key is to make the illusion look real .
So to do this , your timing has to be perfect wherever the way it is is where my hand has to be tracing to once you get the basics of the timing , start to play around with this concept .
So I can sit in this wave here , bring it down to my knee .
Now , I don't have to come right back up .
I can play with my knee and trace my knee as it goes around even to bring my body back up or I can come here and have my head go over , have my head go back , trace out .
It doesn't matter what you do .
It's just about practicing and implementing these concepts into your freestyles .
I'll see you guys on the next video .