Hello, this is Ben Brown, and this is kickboxing stance for dominant hands. So in the world of kickboxing, you're going to find that you are going to encounter two different kinds of fighters. One of which is orthodox. These are the people whose dominant hand is the right and that's the majority of the population. The other portion of the fighters you are going to encounter are the South Paws, these are people who have dominant left hands and they tend to have the advantage, here's why, they simply have more opportunities to fight right handed fighters, whereas right handed fighters have fewer opportunities to fight the left handed fighters. So what we're going to do today is show you how to get the advantage against that South Paw. When you find yourself squared up against a South Paw, that straight left is the most dangerous thing in the situation. So what we need to do is take a look at how do we avoid that. The best thing we can do here is to start to straddle his lead leg. What does that mean? It means that his lead leg is in between my stance as opposed to staying square on your opponent. Being over here allows me to do a couple things, when he throws his lead punch, my head is going to be on the outside keeping me safer and at the same time in this range, I can use both hands for striking. I have range, he doesn't. In addition to that when I am moving this direction, I am constantly moving away from his power hand. If I'm moving away from his power hand, that means I'm giving him less opportunity to knock me out with that shot.