So each poomse is supposed to end up where you started, but in a couple of my poomse I end up off my starting point at a consistent distance. I know about how one side is dominant, how stances will be longer/wider with one foot than the other, but even when using the boards on a wooden floor to make sure my stances are even I still end up off. ' In the poomse I have trouble with, Won-Hyo, I always end up about one shoulder width and a half to the right of my starting point. I talked with my instructor about this, but for some reason I couldn't communicate the problem well enough to him and he kept thinking that I didn't understand (I do understand) how a right or left stance is always slightly longer/wider than the other. here is the poomse sheet the width and lengths of relevent stances in the poomse are(from the ball of one foot to the other): back stance or L stance: 1/2 shoulder width wide by one shoulder width long front stance or extended stance: one shoulder width wide by two shoulder widths long I believe that the lengths of the stances are irrelevant since I consistently end up directly to the right of my starting point, neither ahead of it or behind it. I don't include the fixed stances since after stepping into the fixed stance you always bring the foot back without stepping. The main problem seems to be at move 12 and 25. At 12 you step in to an extended stance which moves you to the right of the center line(defining center line by standing with feet together) by about 3/4 a shoulder width since your left foot is about 1/4 a shoulder width to the left of your center line because of the back stance. After move 25 you bring your right foot to your left foot, moving you an additional shoulder width from the center line. These moves end you up at about 1 3/4 shoulder widths from your center line I have looked up videos of people doing Won-Hyo, and everyone else seems to do the same thing and end up in about the same place that I do. The black belts at my dojarng, including my instructor, all say that in Won-Hyo, and all other forms, that you should end up at the place you started. A 3rd degree black belt showed me the form, and she ended up in the right place... but she narrowed some of her stances to do it. Can anyone tell me why this is? is this an exception to the rule, just no one says it is? Am I doing something wrong?