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On my directional twin, I measure how wide I want them (23") and tried to position them as centered as possible on the board. Problem is, it still has 1cm more on the tip vs tail. I ignored the reference points completely. This feels good to me. My rear leg burns a bit, not sure if maybe I need to play with this again.
On my twin board, everything's centered at 24".
Somewhat related, but does it even make sense to pick a stance and work into them? Are those reference stances designed to keep leg burn minimal or do I just need to do more conditioning..? Or maybe it's a technique issue..
I like symmetry, and have kept mine to as perfectly centered as possible with mirror angles, but I wonder if I should play around and see if there's something better. And if so...how to go about finding it...? By that I mean, does moving your back foot back give you more or less torgue on the turns, etc...?
Last edited by Ryan_T; 01-16-2012 at 05:06 PM.