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02-25-2010, 06:23 AM
Gino 14
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Originally Posted by donGjohnson View Post

The dominant hand leads the nondominant hand by 15 to 30 milli-seconds when coordinated movements are performed."

Is that clear enough? Not to say you can't succeed with the strong hand on the bottom, it's just a good bit tougher to do so for most people.

It's a wonder we can walk since there's such a major difference side to side. That 15 - 30 milli-seconds would have a HUGE affect on puckhandling.

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