This question goes against everything I've read or heard with the exception of a suggestion from my CFI in my last flight lesson, so I was hoping to get some clarification:
During a left turn into our crosswind leg my instructor informed me that I shouldn't be using so much left rudder, and in fact, might even need to use some right rudder to stay coordinated due to the left turning tendencies of the plane. I could somewhat understand given that I definitely noticed a tendency for the plane to roll more when turning left than right, but still I would think the antidote for that would just be less left rudder, not opposite rudder.
This does not make sense to me. In what situations would I need to do this? I was still able to perform my turns just fine with slight right rudder on my left turns, but I would like to understand this more.
FYI - I'm flying a Piper Cherokee 140 (PA-28-140)