Xiaolin Gruv has been underground for a while slowly sweeping the dancing scene. I have recently posted material demonstrating this martial arts/dance performing act innovated by my good friend Carmichael Simon. This time he has focused on giving his talents towards this youth who recently competed in a dance competition.
These kids have been working with Carmichael for over 3 months and has showing potential as relaying the torch of this aesthetic. Their performance was rehearsal a couple days ago, which I believe they done pretty well. I wish these kids to continue to be inspired and keep on pushing into the gruv!
My brother/homie/mentor, Carmichael Simon , has recently went to the bay area to work out with some fellow martial artists. One of those martial artist is Grand Master Max Pallen,Jr . Max Pallen has a successful martial arts school (s) along with a martial arts circuit, among other business ventures in the bay area. Here you will see Grand Master Pallen “emptying his cup”.
What makes this video unique is for a grandmaster to re-learn something with martial art inspired elements. This element is dance, Xiaolin Gruv. Some time last year, I made a post pertained to unprecedented experience of Martial Arts, Dance, and tricking combined to a mainstream audience within the likes of artist such as Chris Brown and Justin Bieber.
In the video, you will see Carmichael and Grand Master Pallen working on the Xiaolin Gruv (martial art moves with a 8 count beat). Ultimately, you see the grand master killing it! The moral to the story is it doesn’t matter how long you have done an art or perfected your craft; Far as new adventures, there is plenty of room to learn/grow. You never know whether it would help you take your craft to another level.