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  hand closer to water
  Posted by: Peter-CA on May-09-13 1:51 PM (EST)
 

Seems to me to be the hand closer to the water. For example, when doing sculls, the hand closer to the water is controlling the scull. And in the forward stroke, it is sometimes taught to open the upper hand (hand away from water) and just push with that hand so as to get people to learn to relax a tiring death grip.

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