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Old 09-21-2010, 11:25 AM   #9
Blair Lowe
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The question remains as to whether they should be taught from both sides at once.
One of the particular shihan in my system is noted for saying it's better to be able to do it good on one side than shit on both side. The meaning is get it good on one side versus training both sides at first and having no competency early on. Once you figure out how to get it good on one side, it's a helluva lot easier doing it on the off-side.
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