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This is the Taekwondo "back" or "side" stance, depending on what any particular Taekwondo school might call it in English. It's where your front leg has toes pointing forward, and your back leg has toes pointing to the side on a 90 degree angle. If you were to bring the feet together, they would form an "L" shape, or a right ...


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Do you mean that one person has their left foot forward and the other their right foot, with their bodies "bladed" so that their chests are pretty much facing one direction? If so, there is no institutional TKD reason; one guy might be a lefty with their "power hand" in back. Or one or the other has reversed their normal stance as part of ...


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Oh this is my bread and butter. So let’s get the big generalizations out of the way first. Without stepping, kicks with the back leg will hit harder. Kicks with the front leg will be faster. Kicks with the back leg have more reach. Now, I use kicks a lot, and I mean a whole lot, and what I’ve learned is that context and situation matter a whole lot when it ...


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