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- When performing successive back stances, keep the heels in alignment so the "L" shape is maintained.
- To move forward in successive back stances, the lead foot pivots and the back foot merely swings around. Do not step the rear foot forward or too much weight will be transferred to the front foot and a rearward weight shift will have to be made.
- Keep the front side of the body loose and free so all leading techniques will be quick and powerful.
- May be used in a rocking motion, bending back leg to rock body backward to increase fighting distance and to avoid an attack and then straightening back leg to rock forward to decrease fighting distance and counterattack.
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