The more square the rear foot...does add power to initiate the toe turns. However wondering if a more rotated (in to the toeside) upper body could be used more...because...having a square rear foot helps getting into the toeside carve...but does not help in tucking or rolling your knee toward the nose to get low and in the backseat at the end of the toeside carve. OTOH, more likely retarded and struggling trying to figure some of this stuff out.Do you think it's more splay or a more square rear foot that adds power to toe turns?
Like creating that same splay by reducing the rear angle instead would probably make more people feel a stronger toe turn.
I have found I like more rear angle as I started doing my toe turns with a rotated upper body, when my body was more square I liked the more square rear angle.