Six Step
Six step by Ken Swift .

Six step, or 6 step, footwork pattern, sequence of a six steps taken around the arms. Sometimes considered the most fundamental move in breaking .


A six step was developed by Shorty Rock in the 1970s . The original six step used large steps, and was called "CC Footwork" or "CC Long," named after Shorty Rock's crew, the Crazy Commandos . The name "six step" likely arose in the 1990s , and was in use by 1998 . Fabel developed the name and concept for pedagogical purposes, and used them in the DMC B-boy Foundations video


Any footwork pattern with six steps can be considered a variation.