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Stances

Charyot Sogi (Attention Stance)

Weight Distribution : 50%-50%
Leading Leg : none
Angle between feet : 45°

Narani Sogi (Parallel Stance)

Weight Distribution : 50%-50%
Leading Leg : none
Feet Parallel

Annun Sogi (Sitting Stance)

Weight Distribution : 50%-50%
Leading Leg : none
Feet Parallel

Gunnun Sogi (Walking Stance)

Weight Distribution : 50%-50%
Leading Leg : Front Leg
Front foot points forward
Rear foot points 25° outward

Niunja Sogi (L-Stance)

Weight Distribution : 70%-30% (70% on the rear leg)
Leading Leg : Rear Leg
Toes of both feet point 15° inward

Moa Sogi (Close Stance)

Weight Distribution : 50%-50%
Leading Leg : None
Stand with feet together

Gojung Sogi (Fixed Stance)

Weight Distribution : 50%-50%
Leading Leg : Front Leg
Toes of both feet point 15° inward

Soojik Sogi (Vertical Stance)

Weight Distribution : 60%-40% (60% on the rear leg)
Leading Leg : Rear Leg
Toes of both feet point 15° inward

Kyocha Sogi (X-Stance)

Weight Distribution : almost 100% of the weight no the balancing leg
Leading Leg : The leg carrying the weight

Nachuo Sogi (Low Stance)

Weight Distribution : 50%-50%
Leading Leg : Front Leg
Similar to Walking Stance but longer by one foot

Dwit Bal Sogi (Rear Foot Stance)

Weight Distribution : 90%-10% (90% on the rear leg)
Leading Leg : Rear Leg
Front foot points 25° inward
Rear foot points 15° outward

Guburyo Junbi Sogi A (Bending Ready Stance Type A)

Weight Distribution : 100%-0%
Leading Leg : The leg carrying the weight

 

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