I've been trying to get rid of body steering (oxymoron), and noticed right turns seem to be easier than left turns (still doing some body steering).
From what I learned, it's better to smoothly accelerate during a turn, which requires throttle. While doing a right turn, I use the throttle hand to push as well as accelerate, almost no input from the left hand; while turning left, I find it awkward to push with the left hand while twisting the throttle, pushing on the left without any input from the right hand is a lot easier, but that takes away the acceleration.
I think body steering is interfering with it, but not very sure. My upper body dips into the direction of the turn, thus making it easier to push with the inside hand than to pull with the outside hand. I can sit normally and counter steer with just a finger on each hand, but that only turns so much before I crap my pants fearing a low side
Yes, I will be taking the advanced rider course and attend multiple track days. Just want to know sooner.