How To 6 Step
Learning how to 6 step is a lot easier than it looks. The six step is a great move to know for break dancing. Doing the six step for a few minutes may get more laughs than anything else. However, it is a great way to fill a little time in a dance while you are thinking about what to do next or to get in position for another move. It is a solid transition between bigger break dancing moves without losing the energy in the routine.
- Start out with both hands and feet on the ground, knees bent at nearly a ninety degree angle, but not touching the ground. The position is almost as if you are about to begin a footrace. Lift your right hand off the ground as you slide your left leg in front of your right leg and past it.
- Kick your right foot where your left knee is and put it on the ground. Your left leg should be wrapped around your right foot.
- Bring your left foot back to the left side. You should be in a low squatting position. The right hand needs to go on the ground to help your body balance in the next part of the six step.
- Slide your right leg across the front to the left side. Your left leg should still be bent and your right leg should be almost straight.
- Move your left leg a little further back as you place your left hand on the ground. Your right leg should go back and you should be in the same position as when you started the six step.
- To continue to six, simply repeat the steps a few more times.