I do not believe there was an error in the video. The narrators description of the contrapposto was correct; He mentions that one leg is bent and holds little to no weight while the other leg supports the whole body and that the arm opposite from the supporting leg is bent while the other arm is at rest. His description of Doryphorous matches perfectly with the contrapposto.
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