Depending how much load you have on the front wheel you can make mid corner corrections, but ideally you shouldnt be putting any force into the bars once youve done your initial turn in until you are exiting the corner.
Originally Posted by vaa
Have you tried using your lower body to help you steer? If you are trying to to turn right try pressing down on the right footpeg. While doing that, press with your left knee on the tank. Like you are trying to push the bike that way. Do those two things plus counter steer and you will be amazed at how easy the bike carves corvers.
Actually pushing down on the pegs doesnt do any turning, it just stabilises the bike. Try pushing on the outside peg and it has a similar effect
... and pressing into the tank and down on the pegs gives you a more stable position/grip on the bike which makes it easier to loosen up your arms and put less unneccesary input into the handlebars.