Some articles on dominant hand, dominant, hand:
... For one-footed jumpers, the ball is generally transferred to the non-dominant hand just prior to or upon take-off for two-footers, this transfer is ... While airborne, generally, the dominant leg is raised and the ball is transferred from non-dominant to dominant hand beneath the raised leg ... Finally the ball is brought upwards by the dominant hand and slammed through the rim ...
... A simple way to arouse the brain is by using the opposite, or non-dominant, hand ... the phone, using an iPod, and using the mouse on a computer, most people instinctively use their dominant hand even though using the non-dominant hand would be helpful ...
Famous quotes containing the words hand and/or dominant:
“The hand holds no chalk
And each part of the whole falls off
And cannot know it knew, except
Here and there, in cold pockets
Of remembrance, whispers out of time.”
—John Ashbery (b. 1927)
“What makes revolutionists is either self-pity, or indignation for the sake of others, or a sympathetic perception of the dominant undercurrent of progress in things. The nature before us is revolutionist from the direct sense of personal worth,... that pride of life, which to the Greek was a heavenly grace.”
—Walter Pater (18391894)