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Why Sculling Drills Matter

When sculling, you create high- and low-pressure areas by changing the pitch and shape of your hand. Much the way an airplane wing or a propeller works, the movement of water around your hand during sculling creates high pressure on the palm and low pressure on the back of the hand. That pressure difference creates movement.
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