Regent, lol! You did what you were told.
I had similar. I was a primary student in the Army flying club in Korea (K-16 airbase) and had a Korean instructor. We went out for stall training, and I had read an article in Flying mag about using rudder to raise the wing during stalls, as opposite aileron could induce a spin. Had the 150 nose-high, as the stall broke I tromped on opposite rudder. Next thing I knew, I was watching the ground come up from overhead. We had snapped left, went over on our back, and Mr. Kim calmly said, 'I have the airplane' as the airspeed went through redline. He did a slow recovery to level flight, flew back and we debriefed. He never got upset, just wanted to know what the heck I was doing. Great instructor.