Originally Posted by SystemicAnomaly
This is my thinking. For myself, I find the moderate stance moving to a wider split easier to implement. I do not have very good static flexibility but do have a fairly decent dynamic flexibility -- it is rather difficult for me to assume a (static) wide stance but I find it relatively easy to take a step and then split wider (as shown in the Murray link I provided previously).
Li Na does a combination of a split step plus another step
Another step looks like a "shuffle" step
Is it efficient?