Hi all, long time lurker. I've been doing "Dutch" style Muay Thai for a while and it's been noticed that my switch kick is more powerful and fluid than my rear roundhouse. I'm right handed, so I fight from an orthodox stance. However, I did fencing for 5 years when I younger, and in fencing the orthodox stance has the left leg back. You do a lot of explosive lunges off the left foot, which really stretches out the hip/groin in that area. I think that's why my switch kicks are stronger. Anyway, given that my left leg roundhouse is stronger than my right, should I consider moving to a southpaw stance even though I'm right-handed? I actually prefer punching to kicking, but maybe my left cross would be stronger than my right cross because of that fencing conditioning my left hip. Dunno. Even if it is, won't I lose precision on my cross?