I am mostly concerned about track-stand here, because it requires much balance, so the question on "which foot to put forward" seems important enough.
This tutorial says "stand up with your strong foot on the forward pedal" (at time 0:46).
This tutorial says "the lead foot, which is the foot you're most comfortable putting in front..."
This strikes me very odd, because my right foot is stronger, but i feel much more comfortable with the left foot in front. When i am standing on my pedals, i mostly stand with my center of gravity behind the point where the cranks are attached. So it makes sense that my weight is mostly on the back foot, and it should be the stronger foot. However, other stuff i found in the Internet (example) invariably recommends putting your "strong", "good" or "dominant" foot in front.
What am i missing here?
Did i get used to a wrong technique, and should break my bad habits now?
Or is it not important enough, and i worry too much?