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Back Stance

 
Back stance:  Dwit-koob-e

Back stance is found in many patterns starting with Taegeuk Three (Sam Jang).  Your weight your should be held more over the back leg (approx 70%) while still keeping your body centred over both feet – if you bend your back leg more than the front this will be easily achieved.  Bear the actual weight predominantly over the ball of each foot as opposed to the heal so that you are not flat footed.  As the picture below illustrates, traditional back stance is two foot lengths long with the feet placed perpendicular to each other.

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