Front Foot

Some articles on front foot, foot, front:

First Test, 1948 Ashes Series - 10 June: Day One
... The ball went between bat and pads as Hutton moved forward onto his front foot ... out of the ground as the batsman leaned forward on the front foot ... hit one four before Johnston bowled him for eight off the inside edge as he leaned onto the front foot ...
Lip Tricks
... or melon grab (AKA lien grab--hence the name) wherein the front foot is planted from the heel edge of the board ... one Originally, a frontside footplant where the grab is standard F-side, preferably tuck-knee, the front foot comes off the heel-side rail, boosts ... variant is a standard backside grab with the front foot coming off the toe-side rail, boosting (ideally), and the foot back on and grab released before the board re-enters ...
List Of Skateboarding Terms - Skateboarding Trick Terminology
... the ramp or obstacle, or a rotation of the rider/board where the front foot moves forward (e.g ... facing the ramp or obstacle, or a rotation of the rider/board where the front foot moves backward (e.g ... Goofy-Foot a skater who more comfortably rides with the right foot leading ...
Karate Stances - Middle Height Stances - Middle Height Front Stances
... It can be described as Uchi-hachiji-dachi with one foot moved forward until the toes of the rear foot are on the same horizontal line as the heel of the front ... two fist widths wide, with both legs slightly bent, the front foot facing straight forward and the back foot pointed outward at about 20-30 degrees ... the back knee is tucked in to the back of the front knee, with only the toes and ball of the back foot on the floor ...

Famous quotes containing the words foot and/or front:

    But he knows the way that I take; when he has tested me, I shall come out like gold. My foot has held fast to his steps; I have kept his way and have not turned aside. I have not departed from the commandment of his lips; I have treasured in my bosom the words of his mouth.
    Bible: Hebrew, Job 23:10-12.

    Job, of God.

    The naturalistic literature of this country has reached such a state that no family of characters is considered true to life which does not include at least two hypochondriacs, one sadist, and one old man who spills food down the front of his vest.
    Robert Benchley (1889–1945)