Double weighted means your opponent is unable to change. If my opponent is not double weighted, they can change with me or counter.Your use of “double weighted” doesn’t make sense to me. I’m not saying it’s wrong - just trying to understand the term as you use it.
I learned that term as referring to having weight equal across both feet (hence “double weighted), which theoretically requires a weight shift to move in any direction.
If I move or attack just before an opponent plants his lead foot, he cannot change with me.But you referred to a point before a foot is planted as being “double weighted”. What’s the “double” in that usage?