Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Krump The Krump Workout 30|
This is the best workout DVD for everyone - from beginners to athletes. KRUMP dancing works the entire body; have fun while you get in shape, build stamina and get fast results. The intensity levels can be slowly increased... more »
Disappointed, they don't do the workout with you
Genda Davis | The Luna Lounge | 02/03/2006
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I would give this 2 and 1/2 stars. This is more of an instructional DVD than a dance workout. Once you actually get to the workout part (there is a lot of bonus material on the DVD, including battle footage)the lead guy says, "look, I'm not Richard Simmons, I'm not gonna take you through an 8-count routine." Instead, they go through a variety of moves about twice or three times and then tell you to learn them all on your own and repeat each one twelve times or so. I thought this was disappointing because I don't have the patience or time to go through and figure all that out on my own. If you really want to learn Krump dancing and are patient, than get this DVD. Just be warned that it feels more like an instructional DVD than a workout."
Best of the series
ginsu | tv land | 10/14/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I dont know why they call this a workout. ITS NOT A WORKOUT. I kind of wish it was, becasue that would be hilarious.
Instead its the best krump instructional of the series. Better moves, better combos. Better instruction. And they review the moves of the first two DVDs.
I would recommend this DVD to non Krumpers. THey emphasize grooving, and using double speed krump moves (without the hard hitting) to improve musicality. When you see the moves without the aggro posturing, (arm throws, the rythem of the combos, the torso roll variations) you can see that theyre dope and can fit in with many other dance styles.