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Old 01-31-2013, 06:53 AM   #32
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I am right handed although my left hand is faster. I am also left footed. You find out things like this when practicing the Martial Arts.
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Good point - I forgot that - I fight Lefty in tourments. Its fun to watch my opponents get confused when I enter the ring
That was a distinct advantage for me as well. In Asian fighting arts, there is more left-right exposure, but my left was always faster any way. But in Fencing, where there is ONLY one side facing an opponent, being left-handed gave me a wonderful advantage. I was almost always facing right-handed people (just as they were) and used to it. But I was facing the same problem when I fenced against a lefty too! I was fortunate in that I had two lefties in my clubs to practice with.


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