I've moved here and there, and heard conflicting information on exactly how the cruzado walk is done. I did it one way, then I moved and got corrected. The new technique was confirmed by an unrelated secondary source, so I figure I had been doing it wrong all along and I change it. Then I move again and am told what I was doing in the first place was right, and what I changed to was wrong. Please tell me what you think of the two techniques for this move, as explained below: Start on the left foot, ready to step onto the right. 1) Straighten your left leg, foot flat on the floor, as you collect your right leg leg to stand up. Then as it collects, switch the hip that is forward from the left to the right in the blink of an eye. Use the hip going behind you to let your core absorb the straightening of the leg to reduce rise. Then, with your hips locked in position, straighten your right leg in front of you, and soften it as you step on, pushing off with the back ankle. 2) Soften your leg a little more in order to collect, then pull your hips up underneath you, on the ball of the left foot, with both legs bent, allowing the right foot to pass underneath. Hips are now square forward. Push off the whole back leg, and extend the right foot forward. As you put weight onto the front leg, bend it, and push through the entire back leg, swivelling the back foot outward to help in hip rotation.