Not quite the same as what I did. This guy clamps 1LM as the anchor string then tensioned 1RM rotated the racket 180 tensioned 2RM rotated the racket and tensioned 1LM (I quit watching st that point.) According to what Laker4Life is saying he thinks it is more efficient movement to rotate the racket 180 before tensioning every string. I rather rotate the racket once for each two like numbered main strings.
Not saying either way is better than another. Some people tension 3 mains then 6 on the other side and finish the mains never getting more than 3 strings ahead on either side. Which by the way is the maximum # the USRSA says to go. Many times I like to get no more than one ahead. It's all preference.
When you're dead you don't know you're dead. It's the same way when you're stupid.
Balance - 31.0 cm, Weight - 358 g, SW - 346 Kgcm^2