How to Train Like the Best by Practicing Less
How To Sleep Better So You Can Break Harder
How To Improve Your Breaking Without Breaking
Online Masterclass with Focus - Aug 30
lesson 1: How to Train like the best by practicing less

In this video, I show you how it’s possible to break at a high level and win battles without having to spend hours and hours like the pros. Inside, I share the story behind why everyone hated practicing with Flow Mo, how long my average practice session today is, and how I practiced with Hat Solo for Circle Kingz.

Comments

  1. Avatar Ana Strandberg says:

    Such a great advice. Thank you for everything that you share.

  2. Avatar Pablo says:

    Thanks for the advice go hard at practise

  3. Avatar Yuzzy says:

    Why i canโ€™t play the video

    1. Avatar Bboy giga says:

      Hii

  4. Avatar Antonio Goodfella - Bari Got Flava says:

    I think this is one of the best suggestion for a bboy/bgirl for different reasons. For example, from a physiological, psychological, and biomechanics perspective, breaking is a highly stressful discipline. Thus, decreasing the time under stress means reducing the whole stress for our organism, which in turn improves performance, reduces the period necessary to recover, and decreases the risk of injury, ultimately increasing longevity. Then, practicing for 45/60min per day allows us to practice even every day, stay focus all the time without distraction (because of the less mental effort required), and so on and so forth. Finally, but equally important, practicing less in a training session but more often during the week allows us to also follow other interests/life projects we have in your life.

    Super suggestion which I share with pleasure with my community!

  5. Avatar Kawa says:

    Very interesting, thanks for the contribution. Best regards. Peace

  6. Avatar Zooc says:

    Thx U
    Can’t wait to see more!!!

  7. Avatar Andrew Jumanji says:

    Quality > quantity…word up. Listening to the body is #1, no point in pushing myself to feel the vibe until itโ€™s there…but the intention of really showing up and putting in work is the other half of the battle ๐Ÿ‘Œ great video

  8. Avatar Elisa says:

    Super interesting!

  9. Avatar Brandon says:

    Very informative & great advice. Thanks.

  10. Avatar GLEN says:

    Very informative and indeed righful

  11. Avatar Jerquan Driver says:

    Much thanx! Needed to here this, definitely!๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ–ค๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ”ฅ

  12. Avatar Yash nayak says:

    Thankyou so much for the advice ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฝ

  13. flowzz flowzz says:

    yeahh love the kownlegde

    thanks

  14. Avatar Zac says:

    Wise advice โค

  15. Avatar Pikeno says:

    Thank you for keep sharing ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ‘Š๐Ÿฝ

  16. Avatar ๅœŸ็”ฐๅฎไบŒ says:

    verywell

  17. Avatar Anqun says:

    very imformative.Thanks.

  18. Avatar Lalita choure says:

    Thanks for sharing such informative stuffs,it really helps me ๐Ÿ™โค

  19. Avatar Dyzee says:

    Great advice! I just might get back into full training because of this video!

  20. Avatar DVD says:

    geezzz !! thats a gem right there! ive been applying this method for a lil while( only 1 hour training) and i find that the less time i have to train, the more i am focused on what to do and not waisting anytime!

  21. Avatar Dee Qu says:

    โœŒ๐Ÿ’ช

  22. Avatar Dee Qu says:

    @focus I have a question concerning that, what do u think about making 2 parts of the training session? One at the morning and the other on the evening or night? Is it still efficient like the whole 45 min session?

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