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  That's Been My Goal
  Posted by: Kudzu on Jun-14-13 4:17 AM (EST)
 

-- Last Updated: Jun-14-13 4:37 AM EST --

When I got into the kayak thing I'd hear from different sources that being equally comfortable on both sides was a good thing. It made total sense to me. I made it / make it a point to practice every brace and roll on both sides equally. You never know if Mother Nature is going to slap you this way or that way. Unless you have some kind of handicap, why NOT learn and practice both sides? Limited practice time, maybe?


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