[QUOTE]Originally posted by goldencrane:
I would have to disagree with this point. If you are throwing the kick correctly, you back/pivot foot should move, and the heel of the back/pivot foot should be faceing the target after the kick has been thrown.[/QUOTE]

Actually it depends on what type of kick you want to throw. A snap kick requires you to keep your pivot foot straight ahead. However a roundhouse requires you to move your pivot foot 90 to 180 degrees depending on what style your using. A side kick requires your pivot foot to rotate sometimes but some styles dont require it.