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Old November 2nd, 2016, 06:56 PM   #1
whiskey02
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Default Technique question please

I know everybody is asymmetrical to some degree but with that in mind; my left leg/foot "naturally" wants to set down a little bit more forward than my right, giving me less pavement to underpush/glide on the inside edge. Should I let it "fall" where it wants or (what I have been doing) consciously drop it down a bit earlier to create more symmetry between L & R? It's not a huge difference (?couple inches), I'm right dominant and if I don't make this little effort, I do feel that I'm on my right leg perhaps 1/2 second longer than on my left.
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