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Sijo Bruce Lee developing his fighting art Jeet Kune Do by 1969, he had for the most part dropped Wing Chun and the classical Chinese martial arts. His art was, at that time point, heavily influenced by old school Western Boxing and Western Fencing!

In Jeet Kune Do, there are two basic types of foot alignment that have been associated with the Bai Jong On-Guard Position.

1. Lead toe and arch of rear foot on the same line
2. Lead toe and rear heel on the same line

Lead toe and arch of rear foot on the same line (called closed alignment) was adopted at the earlier development stages of Jeet Kune Do heavily influenced by Western Fencing, providing better mobility and reach.

Lead toe and rear heel on the same line (called open alignment) was adopted at the later development stages of Jeet Kune Do heavily influenced by Western Boxing, providing better stability and use of all tools.

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