wtf is this stance?
No doubt a reference to the "cross-legged" posture, also affectionately called, Dragon Stance. In this stance, the front foot is kept flat on the ground while the heel of the rear foot is raised. The knee of the rear leg is either touching or very close to the calf of the front leg. A common way to enter (as well as exit) this stance is by pivoting from a Horse-riding Stance or other position where the feet are separated by approximately a little more than shoulder width. This pivoting maneuver is why the posture is also named Dragon Stance, alluding to the "coiling" motion often attributed to this mythical creature.