This is an extention of my other question: How to set up a sliding/hopping power sidekick?
Why can't I throw sidekicks with my left leg? Is that normal for all orthodox fighters? How can I improve my left sidekick?
I am an orthodox fighter. A huge problem is I can't throw a sidekick, or a turning/spinning back/side kick with my left (front) leg. It feels weak and it doesn't come naturally in a fight. I can throw strong ones with my right leg (back leg). I get off-balanced when I try sidekicks with my left leg. I talk about how Scott Adkins is throwing the sidekicks (in the videos) with his left leg in my other question.
When I want to do a sidekick, I have to actually turn around 120 degrees (i.e., I have to bring my right leg - the back leg - forward to throw the sidekicks). My opponents see that (the stance change from A to B) and move away.
To throw the sidekick, I have to go from orthodox stance (A) to a Southpaw stance (B) to be able to throw the kick with my right leg.