How To Create Chord Inversions on Piano

When I played soccer as a child we used a drill where the team would run laps in a straight line and every time you got to the back of the line you had to sprint to the front of the line. This reminds me a lot of making inversions on the piano. When practicing inversions with triads, the bottom note "runs up the piano" to become the highest note. Remember, with inversions the note names never change- only their order. The graphic I created below represents the steps of creating inversions for a C triad, these same steps can be used for any chord.