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Old 04-13-2012, 06:18 PM
NearHypnos
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Me, but only because it feels right. I can do both (or used to rather...don't box anymore so not sure I count!) but I feel like I was able to get more leverage on my right hand from the southpaw stance if that makes any sense, especially to the body. It feels off throwing a right hand from orthodox, like my footing isn't where it needs to be, so I would always be thinking about the position of my feet even when it was fine. I also feel like I move my body better from southpaw. My left feels about equal to my right, with my left straight feeling a tad weaker than I'd like..but then again, my right straight from orthodox feels like I'm off balance... I mean, I can write, eat, etc with my left almost as comfortably as my right. But I feel left handed when it comes to boxing.
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