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  1. ElDuderino is offline

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    Posted On:
    3/11/2003 4:38am


     

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    Thanks for eveybody's input, there's a lot of food for thought here. To me a 100/0 stance seems to have far more disadvantages than advantages i.e. poor stabality and limited movement options. The 70/30 side stance seems to be more useful at longer ranges, but at close/trapping range the 50/50 goat hearding stance seems the best option imo.
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    Posted On:
    3/11/2003 8:45pm


     Style: WC, etc.

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    Your last post sounds reasonable, ElDuderino. I suppose there has to be some flow between the stances.

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    flow like water that is your mind?


    " If 50/50 fwd works best for you so far, I would suggest working that stance against other kinds of fighters, so that you can either adjust it or strengthen it"

    good advice, i should work on it more
    we have 4-5? ex-TKD guys
    1 ex Aikido guy
    coupla Tai Chi guys
    one ex JJJ and Judo guy who is also ex-TKD,
    ex-Hapkido guys, but the Wushu peeps over there are useless and don't spar


    i think i have "some" exposure, considering i used to fight before i started MA

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  4. Human Garbage is offline

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    Posted On:
    3/12/2003 12:25pm


     

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    I keep the weight 100% in a meridian (side) stance, and 50/50 in an IRAS/Goat stance.

    I turn (for example) left in the Goat stance, one foot at a time, by shifting my weight to the right leg then rotating around the instep of my left foot (i.e. not on the ball or heel).

    Works for me :-)
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    "Works for me :-)"
    that's what matters

    "and 50/50 in an IRAS/Goat stance."
    what's IRAS?

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    Posted On:
    3/12/2003 12:43pm


     

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    Irish Republican Army, Silly!
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    Posted On:
    3/12/2003 2:31pm


     

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    what's IRAS?
    IRAS = Internally Rotated Adduction Stance = Goat Stance
  8. PizDoff is offline

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    Posted On:
    3/12/2003 2:39pm

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    yeah, thanks i just read an article from a Wing Tsun site about that

    personally i like to call it Horsey stance, j/k

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