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I'm left handed and right footed. That means that, if i make my left side my rear side, i'll have
strong crosses, but weak kicks. The exact opposite will happen if i use my right side as the
rear one. So, which is better?
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Why don't you try to bring up your lagging sides so you no longer even have to ask this question?
Whatever you practice on your strong side, practice 2x as much on your weak side. Keep that up until you have no weak side.
In the long run that is going to be way more important than answering the exact question you asked.
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