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Old 08-07-2018
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So I suppose that one way to explain the virtue of the one-armed drills is to note that your extended arm can be used to cover a lot of balance and stroking problems by compensating for them. When you put that arm down by your side, you no longer have that crutch and you can all of a sudden see all of the things you are doing wrong. Once you see them, you can work on correcting them.
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