So a good stance is to be balanced nice bent knees Spread your legs out, so your your width of your stance should be about the width of your shoulders, so just like that and then if you keep both your feet pointed forward like this that’s a neutral zero stance and For a beginner, we want to be going front foot six back foot negative six or 9º-9º So it’s kind of a duck exaggerated stance. You want to try doing a duck stance point Out like that Super duck, that’s not what we want, just bring it back in to where there’s zero and then front foot six back foot negative six. She’s slightly bent since your left foot forward you’re just going to turn your neck. See how she turned her neck not her whole body. Her whole body shouldn’t open up her whole hips so she’s got good alignment so her knees hips and shoulders are parallel to the board and If she were to start going down the mountain and the slope gets steeper She would bend her front knee yeah So that her shoulders knees hips all stay parallel to the slope and the board that’s a good stance Body structure is different. Most people tend to have their feet bowed or ducked out a little bit That way I can bend my knees out and squat down So there’s a maximum range of movement if I put my knees in I can’t bend very much really. My body’s not built to bend like that flex and extend like that So if I put my knees out a little bit put my feet out a little bit I can really get down low, down all the way This is just one of the many tutorials that we have signup for the full course at flowingfreeride.com Give a subscribe, like and comment Cheers!