What actually is Longboard Dancing?

What actually is Longboard Dancing?

Longboard dancing is well, exactly what it sounds like. It’s a form of dancing done on a longboard. It was originally founded as a variation from doing certain steps on a surf longboard, but since its inception the term has grown to almost exclusively represent being done on a longboard with wheels.

But to those that practice it, we know it goes well beyond that. There’s intricate sequences of steps and turns that we do maintain momentum on the board while we’re in a constant S-Carve. If this is your first time hearing about longboard dancing, it is truly hard to describe it with just words. So it’d be in your best interest to actually just check out the two short videos below.

This is Hyo Joo, one of the most known longboard dancers in the world. A lot of people consider this specific video to be the reason the sport took off
This is a video produced by Hans Wouter, a popular longboarder in Belgium, and Do Young, considered one of the best longboard dancers in the world, based in Korea. This video is what got me into longboard dancing.

Longboard dancing is here to stay

As you can see in the videos about, the longboard dancing is about many things – grace, agility, coordination, but most of all soul. If you’re looking to get into it, this is the place to be.

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