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Old 06-18-2011, 06:31 AM   #106
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compared to writing with their stronger left? what does this have to do with the thread topic? in fact what has any of your recent posts had to do with the thread topic?
Yes......... compared to his stronger left.

Righties don’t get forced to write with their left hand.

It’s never been done before.
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Old 06-18-2011, 06:34 AM   #107
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Left to right on paper......... easier with right.

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Old 06-18-2011, 06:38 AM   #108
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Old 06-18-2011, 06:41 AM   #109
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He’s naturally left handed.
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Old 06-18-2011, 07:01 AM   #110
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Similarly Nonito Donaire is a true lefty orthodox who was forced to write with his right hand.



Lucian Bute sports the forced jab.

Nonito Donaire sports the forced power hand (ala Pacman).
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Old 06-18-2011, 07:16 AM   #111
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Old 06-18-2011, 07:51 AM   #112
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You're saying this guy has no clue?
He has good credentials but there is no science or studies that I know of behind what he claims in those articles, you see that with alot of strength and conditioning coaches who try to seperate themselves from the pack, they come up with a gimmicky way of training. If he's been in the game for a while and he hasn't kept up with research it can happen. Maybe he has some theory for why training like that might be superior but in that link he used scientific terms without explaining anything and it honestly sounds like he doesn't know what he's talking about. The degree of change in muscle fibres is a contentious issue but there's no real debate about the fact that you can't change one fibre type into another as the characteristics of a motor unit are determined by the nerve innervating them. If you know of any studies or any of his work where he actually explains something hook us up with a link, because what he's saying goes against what I've been taught and my lecturer is always looking at the latest studies. I thought that the idea of trying to move a weight as fast as possible was old school at this point.
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Old 06-18-2011, 07:58 AM   #113
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You mean you’re a natural left hander who was forced to write with his right hand?

How can people write with their weaker left?
No I'm a natural right hander and I sometimes write with my left when I'm in a more comfortable position to write with my left as there is minimal difference between my two hands, my fine motor control skills in my left allow me to do that. As you say it's more unnatural to write pushing from left to right instead of pulling from left to right but it's no real problem. Are you trying to make a point about something or what?
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Old 06-18-2011, 08:02 AM   #114
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Click on the Bakhtiyar Artayev 2004 Val Barker winner link to see James Degale’s name in 2008.
I don't understand your point, neither of these guys are anywhere near the level of Lomachenko. Artayev probably didn't deserve that trophy either. Are you sure you've watched Lomachenko? He is miles ahead of the kid you're talking about from what he does in that video. Is this Stead kid in the 60kg division? If he is and he's good enough next year he might get to meet Lomachenko and then you'll see what I'm talking about.
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Old 06-18-2011, 08:03 AM   #115
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What hand do you drink with?
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Old 06-18-2011, 08:04 AM   #116
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He’s a gold medallist lol.
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Old 06-18-2011, 08:13 AM   #117
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What hand do you drink with?
Generally my left I think. I wank with my right, I have the feeling that question is coming next.
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You haven't seen Lomachenko or you don't know boxing. Plenty of boxers win gold, Lomachenko is on another level. He is more skilled than any boxer in the world, amateur or pro. He's an offensive and defensive genius who is versatile, intelligent and an exceptional athlete on top. He is unbeatable and once he makes his mark in the pros he'll be remembered as an all time great. You might think that it's premature to say that but if you understand boxing you can see it in him, I've never looked at any boxer as being close to perfect apart from Lomachenko. In the ring he literally does whatever he wants, the only thing that could hold him back in his career is him being bored by his opposition and boxing from it being too easy for him.
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You haven't seen Lomachenko or you don't know boxing. Plenty of boxers win gold, Lomachenko is on another level. He is more skilled than any boxer in the world, amateur or pro. He's an offensive and defensive genius who is versatile, intelligent and an exceptional athlete on top. He is unbeatable and once he makes his mark in the pros he'll be remembered as an all time great. You might think that it's premature to say that but if you understand boxing you can see it in him, I've never looked at any boxer as being close to perfect apart from Lomachenko. In the ring he literally does whatever he wants, the only thing that could hold him back in his career is him being bored by his opposition and boxing from it being too easy for him.
Lomachenko a g.
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