Street Dance Goals At Lil Beatz

Lil Beatz aim to bring many young children into the street dance community. Both our founders have a passion for helping young children stay fit and develop their dance skills and Lil Beatz offers the perfect platform for every youngster.

Our founders, Vicci Small and Adam Blakey, recently outlined the goals for Lil Beatz. As our street dance classes continue, we want to make sure every young dancer is excelling.
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Dealing With Obesity

Adult obesity is a real problem in the Blackpool area and this can all start from a young age. Recently speaking to the Blackpool Gazette, Adam said: “Blackpool has some problems with obesity, diabetes and lack of exercise and so Lil Beatz is a good way to get young children active with something they are interested in.

Having previously experienced problems with obesity from a young age, Adam has a big desire to see obesity levels lower. The figures outline this issue in Blackpool, especially among females. Over 24.4% of males and 26.8% of females are obese or morbidly obese as an adult. For children currently in reception, 27% were either obese or overweight in 2017/18.

This demonstrates the influence that being overweight from a young age can cause, with similar stats with children and adults. Taking part in street dance classes and having regular exercise can significantly reduce these problems. By preventing obesity, you also reduce the chances of having chronic conditions and developing poor metal health and heart problems.

Starting this process from a young age is so important. If you have an interest in street dance, Lil Beatz is the perfect opportunity to stay fit.

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Developing Street Dance

Whilst we want to help children stay fit, Lil Beatz want to develop all street dance skills. Whether you have a passion for dance or want to start a hobby, Lil Beatz are looking to drive more and more young children into street dance.

Vicci Small has danced since she was just three years old. Since then, she has travelled all over the world and despite being classically trained for 18 years, she has now ventured into hip-hop and street dance. Having performed street dance in London for several years and always wanting to inspire youth to join street dance, the idea of Lil Beatz was created.

Vicci is now taking on and developing a number of young dancers between the ages of 2-6. Along with Danielle Clark, Natalie Rice and Rachael Spencer, Lil Beatz are developing a number of young dancers. With classes for young children, Lil Beatz can improve fitness and dance skills from a young age. Furthermore, we are involving more and more children in a fun and creative dance style.

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Launching The Lil Beatz Brand

Whilst Lil Beatz wants to help children in the local areas to stay fit and develop dance style, we want to go even further. Lil Beatz aims to help children throughout the UK to become more involved in street dance. With our own Lil Beatz clothing, we really want to push our brand to get everyone involved.

We also want people to take part with Busta Beatz and our Runna Rabbit dance! Lil Beatz have already got children in Blackpool to take part in the street dance sensation and as we spread from Blackpool to the UK, everyone should be enjoying our street dance animation and street dance classes.

If you would like more information or to book street dance classes, contact Lil Beatz. You can visit any of our Facebook pages for Blackpool North, Blackpool South and Southport. We will always provide a fast response to get your child involved in street dance classes immediately!

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