Ambidextrous people are those people who have no dominant hand and can use both hands equally well.
Truly ambidextrous people only make up about 1 percent of the population. People who have no dominant hand, and can use both hands with equal skill, are about 1 in 100, though many people who are left-handed can use their non-dominant hand nearly as well as their dominant one.
Ambidexterity is the ability to use both the right and left hand equally well.
Ambidextrous people have the ability to use both hands with equal dexterity. ... Coming from the Latin word ambidexter, which means “right-handed on both sides,” ambidextrous describes someone who can use either hand to write, swing a bat or catch a ball.