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09-23-2007, 01:27 AM
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I think there's a relation in ambidexterity and pro athletes, especially if you train it. So guys like Ovy who are all over the place might just be good at both. Also, when holding the stick, your hands face opposite directions. This means your bottom hand is pushing down and your top hand is pulling up (more flex). When the wrists rotate, the top hand rotates naturally (up to down) but the bottom hand is trickier (down to up) so I think your dominant hand being on top can lead to an easier rotation of the wrist. Oh and didn't they just do a study on how your handedness is affect by which side of your brain you use?

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