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Wissem Jalloul, also known as BBoy Diehard, hails from North Africa, Tunisia – a land of warmth, sun, and vibrant energy. Break-dancing has been his passion since 2009, drawing inspiration from the values of hard work and perseverance. His relentless pursuit of challenges defines him, with perfection serving as his ultimate aspiration, acknowledging that it is a quality reserved for God alone.

Dedicating himself to inspiring the next generations of young talents, Diehard's approach is far from easy. His title reflects his commitment, and he imparts more than just choreographies and moves; he teaches how to unearth one's hidden potential as a dancer. The focus is on the art of the hunt, not the provision of easily consumable, pre-ready elements. Therefore, he encourages his students to work diligently and believe in themselves, as he firmly believes that hard work triumphs over mere talent.

Excuses are not my thing, You should drop them behind doors because You are entering a “battlefield” not having a “walk in the park”. Hard work we will mix with fun and will have a awesome team in awesome practice.

If You are seeking to challenge yourself and desire to witness what you are capable off, You know where to find Me!


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Breakdancing may look like fancy moves, turning on the head or on the shoulders, but its way more than that. Its called break DANCING not only breaking so it involves music, which means it is not putting the music as a motive and pulling tricks and explosive moves. It is about knowing how to hit the beat / music while transitioning between many levels that other dances don’t have ( air tricks , floor works, Footwork’s, Power moves and Freezes). Which are ways to show the beats in a very dynamic, powerful and smooth way. Moves are requiring conditioning and technique but its more about the soul and understanding the music.


One of breakdancing class objectives is to learn the beat and to know how to react into it and then moves are merely easy to pull out. Many moves form beakdancing you can add also in to other styles. It is very important to develop your body to be able to mix movements from different styles. Addtion to breakdance we will work on the flexibility and resitsance which both are very important next to the strength. Strength, resistance and flexibility will be built up in a process of training, so if you are a beginner or don’t know anything about breakdance you can also attend class. It is suitable for boys and girls both. There are many successful BGirls in the world. When entering the class you need to have comfortable shoes and clothing. Keep you mind open and mood on a high positive level.

Break dance has been selected as an Olympic sport for the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris. Coach Wissem Jalloul, aka B-Boy Diehard, prepares the young contestants to participate in the aforementioned high-level competition in Paris, which provides an exceptional opportunity to represent their country. nowadays, two of B-Boy Diehard's students have qualified as the 16th and 8th best breakdancers in Europe and both have been selected for the Estonian national team.

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