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  that may very well be the case
  Posted by: paddlemore on Apr-06-13 10:33 PM (EST)
 

Or it could be that people teaching and learning to roll do not bother learning different mechanics (albeit slight ones) for each side. I also think there is a psychological barrier that is created by thinking in terms of on-side/off-side and by most people visualizing and talking about rolling in terms of one side only.

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