Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 39. Chapters: Breakdance moves, Breakdancers, List of breakdance moves, B-boying, Battle of the Year, Red Bull BC One, House Dance International, Karim Ghajji, World Pump Festival, Salah, Crazy Legs, Flare, Fever One, Kip-up, Windmill, Tony Touch, R-16 Korea, Sway Calloway, Power moves, Float, 6-step, Freeze, Rock the Spot, Flying Steps, Break Dance, Suicide, Spin, Swipe, 1990, Mr. Wiggles, Dance Dynamite World Grand Prix, Drop, International Breakdance Event, Shebang!, Kick, Stab, Marionette, Toprock, 2000, Headspin, The worm, Wide Receiver, 2-step, Downrock. Excerpt: B-boying incorporates many types of moves that can vary as widely as a breaker's imagination and athleticism will allow. The inventory of b-boy moves is extensive, and there are competitions throughout the world, with a growing number of dancers becoming sponsored entities. The Top Rock is a combination of steps done while standing up. This is the entry dance that Bboys and Bgirls use to start their set. These steps are done before you do a power set or before you go down to the floor. This is the breaker's chance to show how well he or she can rock the beat and/or make gestures to intimidate their opponent. The object is to make a connection with the song either by gesturing on a horn or rhythm section while your feet usually step on the "snare" of the drum/beat section. Names of steps vary upon regions. There are an infinite amount of toprocks, you're limited only by your imagination. (Note: Uprock was a jazz/rock dance which influenced top rock, uprock is not toprock) Power Step/Power CirclePower Step HopLatin Rock (or Salsa Step)Derulo RockOutlaw step Hip Twist4 CornersKick Step (a shortened 4 corners) Floor Rocks are "rocking" or style moves performed while much of your body (hips and/or shoulders) are touching the floor. Although some moves may involve flowing or spinning like movements, they are not power moves. Floor Rocks are either used as transition moves (into a power move, freeze, etc.) or in between footwork. Basic Terminology performing an airchair(left) and one performing a pike(right)]] Ground Reverse Airbaby: An Airbaby with all positions inverted.Hanging Airbaby: An Airbaby without the knee resting on the elbow.Lotus Airbaby; An Airbaby with the knees in a lotus/yoga position (The knee must be resting the elbow).Airchair: A type of freeze in which the breaker stabs their elbow into their side and balances on it while keeping their legs and body in the air pointed towards the ceiling.Double Airchair: An Airchair with both arms stabbed at the side.