I was wondering what others on the forum think of the reverse K address setup. I've always been taught to setup with a centered setup. I've recently been learning about the reverse K and it seems to have some merit, but as an amateur and relative beginner, it's always hard to know what to think of others' claims. I believe one of the arguments is that a reverse K lends itself to not having to think so much about getting the hips forward at impact and that all you need to concentrate on is the pivot and what the arms are doing. I can see his point and wonder if it would take out the need for as much of a hip slide. But would this take out the momentum of the hip slide?
I'd be very interested in any thoughts on the pros and cons of setting up with a reverse K.