These instructions are
for doing the move counter-clockwise, as are most moves.
get in the position like you would to do a push up, but
with your feet spread about 2 or so feet apart.
Step 1: Lift your
right hand, and move your left foot where your hand
used to be.
Step 2: Move your
right leg forward so your knees are close, but keep
your left leg where it is.
Step 3: Pull your
left leg in as your right leg stays where it is.
Step 4: Swing your
right leg in a WIDE arc kind of like how peeps do
that coffee grinder thing Switch hands, so now
you're right hand is down, left hand up. Keep your
right leg swinging around.
Step 5: Your right
leg swings around and wraps around your left. You
have your face down and both hands on the floor.
Extend your left leg first, then your right leg.
This is important to making it look right.
Step 6: Now you're
in the starting position, continue with step 1
That's how the 6-step is done. You'll see it often
referred to in other moves such as mini flare, swipes
and other stuff.
You will start most moves
from the 6-step. All the power moves that you do on the
ground (except flares) can only be started from 6-step
and look good.
in a push up position and do the first step in a six
step, lift your right hand and put your left foot where
your hand used to be. Instead of stopping her, turn
yourself so you're in a crab soccer position, like in
the third step of the six step. Now throw out your right
leg and do a chain and ball, a helicopter, or a coffee
grinder (depends where you from). Catch your left ankle
in the air on you way around and twist and untwist it
for style points. When you land you should be in the
starting position. It helps if you're flexible when you
do the chain and ball. This is very good for getting
momentum for other moves.
 Sit on the floor
wit you're palms and feet on the floor wit you're butt
in the air so that only you're feet and palms touch the
crouch you're right leg so it's in a 90 degree angle.
Then lean it to you're left so that the left (inner)
side of you're right foot touches the floor. It should
NOT be FLAT on the floor....just a little bit leaning
 Then you begin to
move.....Lift you're RIGHT arm up and put you're weight
on you're LEFT foot as you lift you're RIGHT leg up and
a little bit to the left.
 Then straighten
you're RIGHT leg and bend you're left leg as you put
you're weight on you're RIGHT leg and lift you're left
hand......And at the same time you lift up you're left
(bent) leg.....So it's the same thing as in step three
except you do it the other way around....