leaning and body position question
I have done a search but haven't been able to find what I am looking for, so if this is something that has been brought up a million times I apologize for that. I have been riding for a little over a year. One of the first days I had my bike I went out for a ride with a friend and some guys who are big into racing. They were showing me how I should go around turns and and the way I should position my body on the bike. They said I should shift my body over in a fluid motion with my head, shoulder, and knee moving together. It has helped and I can go through turns better than I used to be able to.
Even though my friends make fun of me when I am doing it I still find it helpful to practice my body position even when not pushing the bike. I find it funny though how they mostly think they are great riders but just watching them go through turns just looks uncomfortable. Their head is almost over the opposite side of the visor than the direction they are going.
My question is that sometimes I still feel uncomfortable when leaning to the right side. Going to the left is fine, but I feel too stiff sometimes when when I go right. I was told to just keep going through a lot of right turns and I will get over it but it hasn't seemed to work. Is there anyone else out there who has or is experiencing the same thing or something similar, and is there anything i should try to remedy this? I haven't been to a track day and it seems like my work schedule may not let me before the end of the season. I am assuming once I start attending track days I will get over it, but I don;t want to keep that idea in my head and then put the bike down cause I was positioned wrong on the bike.
I appreciate any help people have to offer, and thanks in advance.
2007 Charcoal Silver R6