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I note the question is right/left arm .For a right-hander its got to be right arm .why??The left arm don't relaly bend as much as the right arm throughout the swing.At the impact area1) Your left elbow is already straight so there's little power you can add to it2) Your right elbow is still bent and must be straighten to hit the ball. .

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