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    Default Attack posture

    Which position do you think is better? Or does it even matter?

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    Always better to attack from the left side!
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    No difference in postures. Both have torso coiled around rear leg. Crease at rear groin.

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    Lindor's pic is skewed because of the angle. Hard to do a accurate measurement.

    I agree both torso's are coiled around the rear leg.
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    They both are in similar positions. But Lindor is at foot strike and Miggy is at heel plant, so they are a frame off. Im sure if you add one more frame to Lindor he will be more centered but still have the tilt and attack position


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