The differences of Hip Hop Dancers and top spots to look ( or Funk Stylists as a select few favor ) is powerful, mainly because of the world the 2 designs result from, many people consider them 1 in the exact same in regards to how each ballerina whether Hip Hop or Popper evolves within the party but in actuality personally I think thats not total an accurate practice of though. In many circumstances their differences lay within their acquisition of skill. Both spend time training, both can spend time learning from a more mature expert. One serious difference in how these teachings are employed comes from the world the 2 respective styles live in.Hip hop performers spend more time choreographing and learning moves from whoever their respective teacher might be and these moves frequently lead to their own styles almost as a mirror image, that is of number problem to the dancer but to the teachers who push a "right" and "wrong" attribute on their students. By developing a right/wrong atmosphere (in relation to creativity not foundation) it restrains the practitioners own creativity and makes them to follow along with their teachers moves just. In many ways performances and group exhibits makes this part a necessity however in general understanding and self improvement it's a barrier that often gets swept underneath the carpet in many dance schools.Poppers, though they might have teachers and also usually educate themselves are in a world where copying of any form is significantly frowned upon and thus they're potential to generate and expand into a special dancer is more easily obtainable in their mind. This in no way means rap dancers are incapable of dancing freely of the own created moves since there are many "general" dancers with the capacity of this but the environment they develop in slows this process down. However in comparison poppers seem to have a tougher time subsequent choreography that is perhaps not directly related to odd models and thus their disadvantage will be incapable of understanding pre-taught dance moves as "quickly" as an over-all dancers/hip hop dancers.Even in the example movie its clear he (Nuko) is dancing solely on his own understanding, type and ability. It's free and certainly not looks "pre-created" that is typical for poppers like him, regardless of their ability. Again, this isn't to state its difficult for hip hop dancers but I find that even seeing the most effective hip hop dancers dance free of a party, they do moves much like what other dancers do showing that their particular imagination is still being secured by moves shown in a right/wrong environment. This is why its scary when hip hop teachers who actually have little to no foundation of what funk styles reallyis claim they're teaching popping because 9 times out of 10 they are teaching it wrongly in regards to the foundation of the party itself, And obviously the contrasts assure a balance of one maybe not being generally greater than the other, the disadvantages of both Hip Hop and Popping whether it be individuality, choreography etc can very quickly be overcome, its around the dancer to determine what they like and the type of environment they desire to be in, myself along with several other have grown fond of watching poppers/Funk Stylists because of that free nature they have with their different styles within Funk, but I actually do like the periodic hip hop efficiency but, For me, personally that's where the line is drawn. I like watching poppers primarily "and" in groups.. But only often like watching hiphop performers in communities only because that is where I see more variations in styles and creativity. But again, to each his or her own.