The first tutorial on We All Fall Down’s YouTube channel is up!
(There’s a much shorter version of this tutorial on Instagram @weallfalldown.dance)
This tutorial is based on what I call The Flying Fish, which is something that I did for an impromptu photoshoot with my friend, Nicholas Chung (@nicchunglow). This tutorial was certainly not the plan; I had thought to make something a little more applicable to dance and movement in general, but figured I’d go with the flow.
Just to be clear, I don’t believe that this channel is one that’s meant just for “cool moves” and definitely not just for Instagram uploads and likes.
We All Fall Down hopes to be a platform to share information for everybody, dancer or not, and at whatever level of movement experience you may be at. It’s also not a channel that aims to create videos that are merely entertaining, so explanations and demonstrations may get a little long sometimes, I should warn you. But hopefully it’ll be useful information.
So if you ever have any questions about anything on the channel, or if there’s anything that you would like to see me teach and explain, leave me a comment, PM me, or drop me an email!
And if you’d like to see some other ways of getting into The Flying Fish, there are heaps of explosive push-up variations that would help you achieve it. Check out some channels like ThenX, BarStarzz or The Bar Brothers on YouTube for some examples.
Thanks for reading and watching!
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