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Bending Ready Stance Type X

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There are two types of the Bending Ready Stance:

Type A: This stance is performed standing on one bent leg and therefore has no length or width. The weight is all distributed on the bent supporting leg with the sole of the non-supporting foot placed on the knee joint of the supporting leg and the footsword of the non-supporting foot parallel to the floor. The knee of the non-supporting leg faces in about 25-30 degrees. The fists form a middle guarding block. This stance is named for the stationary leg and is performed full or side facing.

Type B: This stance is performed standing on one bent leg and therefore has no length or width. The weight is all distributed on the bent supporting leg with the non-supporting foot placed on the knee joint of the supporting leg and the footsword of the non-supporting foot parallel to the floor. The knee of the non-supporting leg faces forward. The fists are held out from the thighs about 25 centimeters (10.2 inches) with the elbows bent 30 degrees. This stance is named for the stationary leg and is performed full or side facing.

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