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Benefits of MMD

You may think, “I already have one good hand. Why need another?” Having an extra good hand on a rainy day sounds like a nice perk, but the benefits of practicing mirror movement development (MMD)…

MMD Explained

What is MMD? The human body, with its symmetric skeleton, symmetric exterior sensory features, and symmetrically-weighed distribution of asymmetrically jumbled internal organs, is made for mirror movement development (MMD). The same goes for a car:…

Science of MMD

Although estimates say 1% of the global population is ambidextrous, how many people do you actually know who work to develop both sides of their body in all activities? I bet it’s far less than…

Today’s MMD Practitioners

The internet shows a world where seemingly everything is practiced. The presence of developing ambidexterity is no different. Videos online show some of us simply dabbling in it, while others have been doing it for…

History’s MMD Practitioners

Michelangelo painted the Sistine Chapel with both hands. Mozart composed music both right- and left-handed. Plato urged his students to practice ambidexterity.Nikola Tesla identified as ambidextrous… Additional historic practitioners of mirror movement development (MMD) include:…

MMD in Education

The practice of mirror movement development (MMD) is as old as the bilateral design of our human bodies. Considering that it has been practiced and promoted by some of history’s most notable geniuses and advanced…


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