Random Training Notes 10

There is no such thing as a perfect stance for all situations. The most effective stance or posture in a given situation is one that enables force production, reactivity and  manipulation of body weight without sacrificing stability and mobility. As conditions and objectives change, posture and stance change.  Holding stances for long periods of time is not as useful as being able to react to changing conditions with speed and control.

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