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PAzAZz Star-Choreographer – Online Sessions Now Available!!!!!

Sunday, March 16th, 2014


PAzAZz Star-Choreographer Hip Hop Dance – Mental & Physical Stamina!

STAM·I·NA\ˈsta-mə-nə\noun: staying power, endurance

This Helpout is designed for you to take an online Hip Hop class or have a Q&A with a professional choreographer about choreography or the dance industry.

Whether you are a beginner at dancing, a fitness competitor, an up-and-coming band, a solo recording artist, or a seasoned professional, these Helpouts are right for you!

What goes into a session?

First, we will go over what you would like to accomplish, answer questions you may have and give advice about:


Specific dance moves
Dance industry
Studio ownership
How to improve performance quality
Your overall development, etc. 

But most of all, how to get you there and where to start!

We will go over and analyze the thought process and physical movements that flow naturally and, from there, continue to build on your strengths. This is the best approach to accomplish your goals efficiently. I Iook forward to meeting you here on Google Helpouts. Together, let’s reach and exceed your expected goals. Welcome to PAzAZz StAr-Choreographer’s Helpout!

The Benefits of Hip Hop Dance

Hip hop dance is a fun and effective way to burn calories and get your heart pumping. This high-impact cardio workout engages the entire body and helps you build muscle tone. If you incorporate hip hop dance into your exercise routine, you may experience an increase in your energy level and an improvement in your overall physical fitness.

Increases Stamina and Endurance

Hip hop dance increases your stamina and endurance. It requires you to move and change positions at an extremely fast pace. This constant motion helps build endurance and increases your aerobic capacity.

Tones the Abdominals and Strengthens the Core

Hip hop requires you to contract and expand the abdominal muscles in a series of quick but fluid movements. These motions work the upper and lower abs and the obliques and strengthen your entire core.

Aids Weight Loss

Incorporating hip hop dance into your routine can help you manage your weight. Aerobic hip hop can burn up to and even more than 500 calories per hour. Hip hop also boosts your metabolism, helping you to burn more calories in less time.

Strengthens the Heart

Hip hop dance is a great cardio workout. Dancing on a regular basis can help you strengthen your heart muscles, improve your lung function and boost your energy level. It can also reduce the risk of heart disease and certain types of cancers. Intense cardio exercises, like hip hop dance, can improve sleep patterns and provide relief from psychological stress.

Hip hop dance can be a great way to exercise while having fun. With a few simple steps you may find yourself at an improved fitness level and in better shape

PAzAZz is a Hip Hop Dancer, Professional Choreographer , Studio Owner & Dance Professor. PAzAZz Star-Choreographer has choreographed, assisted in artist development & danced Back up for various groups & solo artists both locally & nationally for over 20 years, including Prince, Chaka Kahn, Dougie Fresh, T-HUD, Paris Bennet from American Idol & The Miss Bikini America / Universe Competitions. He has also worked with many youth group organizations, State Universities & various corporations such as Verizon Wireless, UNCF, Target Corporation, Mall of America, Apple Corporation, & Many Others. 

PAzAZz is an excellent instructor who has created a studio with a great, positive vibe. His classes break down complicated moves so that they’re easy to learn and the end result of each class is a great workout and a unique, choreographed routine.

Classes are geared for all levels beginner to skilled. Even if you’ve never danced before, give it a try!

“Dance is an excellent way to stay in shape and relieve stress while learning new moves and developing a new relationship with your body. My classes incorporate fresh choreography with a great high-energy aerobic dance fitness workout, combined with physical and mental challenges with a focus on freedom of movement and positive self-esteem.” - PAzAZz