Vancouver Kickboxing coach, Ritchie Yip, explains how the fighting stance for kickboxing is much like the posture you would assume if you were to push a car.
Imagine if you were to push a car. Your feet are far apart. You’re on your toes and your torso is slightly titled forward.
In kickboxing, striking is like pushing. How our body develops power for pushing is the same as how it develops power for striking.
The only difference between pushing and striking is that striking is just much much faster.
So the fighting stance in kickboxing is a position that the body can develop power for pushing. Much like if you were to push a car.
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