Freezes are truly underrated. You don’t see many bboys like Roxrite, Remind (in the 90s), Zero-Nine and Baek nowadays.
The way they use freezes to transit, to pause, to emphasize, to end, to blow up… There’s a world still unexplored there.
But if you can utilize freezes just a bit more than you usually would, who knows? You may find a niche. You get to add a whole new dimension into your breaking.
Similarly, this is a question many beginners may have:
“What are some freeze stacks I can practice to up my freeze game?”
Fortunately for you…
I LOVE freezes.
They are a huge part of why I dance.
And they have been a huge part of why I started.
When I was a beginner, I practiced these stacks religiously every time I went for practice.
And that gave me the foundation for my freezes today.
I am going to share them with you now.
Here it is, 7 freeze combos you can use to spice up your sets.
Of course, make sure you have your freezes down pat before trying each of these combos (or what we call freeze stacks).
- Baby-Airhook-Chair (0:20)
- Shoulder-1 Handed Elbow (0:26)
- Chair-Track-Elbow (0:33)
- Opposite Baby-Tower Freeze (Master Side) (0:40)
- Hong 10 Freeze-Elbow (0:48)
- Air Freeze-Baby (0:55)
- Headstand-Air Freeze (1:02)
Watch the video here:
There you go.
If you can practice these freeze stacks consistently…
You will find learning powermoves and other tricks MUCH MUCH easier.