I’d be shocked if this hasn’t been asked before, but wasn’t sure best keywords to find
Say we’re going back and forth between two adjacent strings with a real purdy Cracking-The-Code-Approved DBX motion.
Is there any reason that outside picking would have to create a bigger or smaller arc/range of motion compared to inside?
Obviously individual idiosyncrasies would play a big role here, so I guess I’m wondering about the physics of the scenario, er, the comparison between the physics of the two scenarios.
I think @tommo commented on this somewhere…