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Old September 5th, 2018, 09:20 AM   #32
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Originally Posted by allanjeong View Post
Actually, you being left footed is an advantage because the stronger push should come from your inside leg from what I’ve been told by coaches. It’s a matter of learning how to achieve balance over your inside edges when weighted on your left skate.
It's not an advantage, and if you ever get a bunch of skaters to skate clockwise around a track for any length of time that will become very obvious just by watching them.

Yes with practice you adjust and get better, but you will always be using your inherently weaker side to do most of the crossing and foot placement work.
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