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What is more likely?
I've got left leg dominence (according to my Polar 725 HRM)
As I'm right footed:
either my left leg is longer and hence dominant in pedalling
the set-up of the cadence is the wrong way around
"Ride it like you've just stolen it!"
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Are you playing (or have played for years) football (soccer)?
I heard (long ago, I'm not sure) that if you are, for example, right footed your left leg is stronger because it supports your body when you are kicking, jumping etc.
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