Kiba-Dachi Definition

What Does Kiba-Dachi Mean?

Kiba-Dachi

ki·ba·da·chi

\ˈkē-bə-dä-chē\
noun

Definition: This is occasionally called a straddle stance and involves keeping both feet wide and parallel, with a person’s weight kept low and central. The back should be straight and the feet should be pointed slightly inwards. It requires strong tension and is not used in all karate styles.

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