Detecting Hinges to the outside,
with the heels attached to the legs
Seated legs parallel to helf width of shoulder
STANDING LIKE SITTING ON HORSEBACK
The legs should be twice the width of the shoulder and the weight is evenly distributed over the legs.
Heads are face-to-face and zero degrees. The hip is quite low and the waist is vertical.
Kiba Dachi moves 90 degrees directly or 180 degrees from the front and back or intersecting the legs.
Mavate >> Kiba Dachi 45 degrees back and 90 degrees Change in viewing angle with hand movements.
TSURU ASHI DACHI
Whole body weight on one leg this
type of stand is used
in the Yoko Geri Uraiken blow.
Detecting the position of the legs of the pair
STANDING THE FOOT OF THE HOOK
Body weight is 95% on the foot of the column and 5% on the other foot, and the toe of the foot is transversely placed on the ground, and it tolerates 5% of the total body weight.