I’m trying to do either. Between the rain, I’ve managed to learn to WW pretty well, almost to the point of controlling my turning while doing it, and I can transition back to riding often too. My question is: For one-foot WW, which foot do most people do the pushing with–the dominant foot or the “other” foot?
I’m “right footed”, but somehow I learned to WW leading with the left foot. Now, I’ve noticed that some descriptions suggest that I should put my left foot on the frame first and then start pushing with my right foot. Instead, I start pushing with my left before I even remove my right from the pedal. (I think this makes for a smoother transition anyway than taking two steps to start the WW.)
I’ve been trying one-foot WW starting the same way as my WW and putting my right foot on the frame instead of making the second wheel push, but I have this feeling that my left leg is kind of weak, jerky, and uncoordinated. So I’m thinking about switching to pushing with my right. Also, as for gliding, is one foot generally better to have in front, dragging on the wheel?