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Stances

A Stance is where to put your legs and feet to give a strong base for the self defense techniques. They have a great impact on the ability to move as well as the strength to deliver and withstand strikes. It is therefore important to ensure your stance is correct before you study blocks and strikes. A firm base is critical for the techniques you will learn throughout your training.

A Stance is where to put your legs and feet to give a strong base for the self defense techniques. They have a great impact on the ability to move…
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Weight Distribution = 50% - 50% on each footAngle between feet = 45°.Hands together in front This is the stance in which training normally starts. It is standard in a…
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Weight Distribution = 50% - 50%.Front foot points forward and knee is slightly bentRear foot points 25° outward and leg is straightFeet positioned your shoulder width apart, a comfortable walking step…
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Weight Distribution = 50% - 50%.Leading Leg = None.Feet Parallel, approximately one and a half shoulder widths apartKnees both bentThis movement is also known as a Horseriding Stance.   {igallery…
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Weight Distribution = 70% rear leg - 30% frontFront toes facing slightly inward for comfort, rear toes facing to the side.Front foot in line with your rear heel in an…
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