The research team conjecture that players who throw right-handed
and bat left enjoy a biomechanical advantage, with the dominant (throwing) hand being placed further from the hitting end of the bat, providing a longer lever with which to hit the ball.
They may show a marked tendency to jump away from the inside rail when going right-handed
or left-handed, but when tried the other way round, in an attempt to correct the quirk, their jumping technique collapses.
Besides discussing the proper hand/arm/wrist movements, I insist that students practice each hand separately, since, if the exercise is always practiced hands together, the left hand merely imitates the right hand movement in the right-handed
majority doesn't have to concern itself with the needs of the left-handed minority, and yet that ignorance of "type"--their own and their table-mates--does have a negative impact if not managed.
Similarly, it is very difficult to fight southpaw boxers because they are so few in number, and right-handed
fighters have had little experience dealing with moves that seem unique and unorthodox to them.
Dorothee thinks her findings could help dispel the myth that left-handed kids have more difficulty in school than right-handed
people, for instance, language is centred on the left side of the brain, while in left-handed people it is spread more evenly across both hemispheres.
The Si300 Laser Mouse offers precise laser tracking, 4-way tilt-scroll wheel, flexible rubber grips for excellent comfort and control and is designed for both left and right-handed
The Nicky Richards-trained chaser has a history of jumping right, but his only previous effort going right-handed
over fences ended in disaster.
I think I became quite ambidextrous, in using my hands, though not writing, quite early on because the rest of my family were right-handed
To test this model, the researchers synthesized a right-handed
mirror image of the peptide and exposed cell membranes to it.
In the February 2003 Farm Collector letters to the editor column, there was a letter from a reader about his grandfather's plow, in which he expressed surprise that the plow was right-handed