It incorporates efficient movements from parlour, adds aesthetic vaults and other acrobatics, such as tricking and street stunts, creating an athletic and aesthetically pleasing way of moving. Generally a Street dance routine can include locking and popping, street style and funk. Lyrical is “hip-hop with emotion”. Locking includes quite a lot of acrobatics and physically demanding moves, such as landing on one's knees and the split. In the early 1970s this set off a movement of Locking dance groups, notably Campbell's group The Lockers. A fluid style, that uses every part of the body and involves using angles and smooth movements to make everything flow together. The third element is the Freeze, the poses that breakers throw into their dance sets to add punctuation to certain beats and end their routines.
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Inspirational material for the dancers were fashion magazines like Vogue, Elle ... which often drew inspiration from photos of extravagant models. Besides emotional connection to music, lyrical dance typically encourages use of articulation, line, weight, and movement qualities. In particular, the overall attitude of the body has changed thanks to the footwear and clothing. The term break dancing, though commonly used, is frowned upon by those immersed in hip-hop culture because the term created by the media to describe what was called breaking or b-boying in the street. It was originally called “presentation” and later “performance”. House dance incorporates movements from many other sources such as Capoeira, tap, jazz, bebop, and salsa.