I’m left handed - most of my life I’ve learned (gained knowledge) on how something is done, then adapted it to my strongest way of performing the same skill. Learned to hit a baseball right handed first, then shifted to left when I understood the mechanics of the skill. I approached turning the same way. Early mentors invariably taught me the basics on the right side. As I gained both knowledge and experience I found my own way of doing it. I turn largely ambidextrously as a result, shifting from left to right as the work requires. So, for me, knowledge of the basics came first, then experience brought refinement and additional knowledge. The two are hopelessly entwined, at least in my case.