CBMP is defined as a foot position and perhaps by application as a direction of travel into it. But does it imply a body position as well? Restricting ourselves for a minute to the natural case, would your (or you teacher's) opinion be that: A) The hips are rotated into the foot, crossing the thighs? B) The hips remain square to the feet, minimizing thigh crossing? C) Somewhere in between, guided by _______? Historically, my opinion would have been A and it seems to work well for me, but the Irvine legacy book and a lot of the teachers I have been exposed to recently seem to be saying B.