Originally Posted by wyseyes
Wouldn't that mean the whole of the leg, from knee to toe would be on the ground? I thought when kneeling there should be 3 points of ground contact - the forward foot, the rear knee and the rear toe(s). In my book, laces down is the same as turned foot.
...and therefore when you start the NZAHFT your rules will be such that 'laces down' will be illegal.
However, it's entirely legal in the UKAHFT