Combat Stance: the basics Let us first understand how the stance looks like:
- Feet are parallel and staggered (about shoulder width apart) with the toes pointed in the same direction. Non dominant foot forward (but can be switched according to the situation). As though we are standing inside a square.
-Feet are flat on the ground with the weight towards the ball of the feet. (the only exception is for hand-to-hand fighting where the back heel needs to be slightly off the ground to allow for hip rotation and bursting).
-Knees are slightly bent and pointed in the same direction of the feet.
-Hands are up by the face (extended for the pistol and rifle grip). -Head comes slightly forward and chin comes slightly down.
-Note that quadriceps and core muscles should be slightly tense.
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