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In my experience, the best way to train non-dominant hand/foot is with the very basic, beginning drills that are used to teach the skill for one's dominant hand/foot. Whatever drills you started with, switch hands and be deliberate about it. This is not fun work. Your brain and body already know what to do, but now your body is not doing what you know it ...


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In and of itself, it's probably not detrimental, but it also probably isn't helping you very much beyond maybe half an hour a day. Practice like you play. That means, practice by recreating the same conditions you will play in, to the greatest extent possible.


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Given below is the rolling ankle injury I want to talk about. The simplest solution would be to warm up rolling your ankle before play in a similar motion as given below. You are also advised to record on video your plays so as to catch the moment on tape for further analysis. It is indeed too much of asking but with a bit of planning it is possible and the ...


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