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04-04-2008, 02:18 AM
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Originally Posted by MikeD View Post
no, 90 would place you in a seated position and have your weight outside your center of gravity. You would FALL OVER BACKWARDS. 90 comes into play with the driving leg when on the inside edge of your skate or in a gliding curve. IT applies to both ice and roller.

there are about 20 different methods/techniques for stopping, from begginer to advanced skill levels. Here is a link to a description of most. What I dont see in there is a stick stop....
I'm talking about the angle created at the knee as 90 degrees.

Then the angle of the ankle is 45 degrees.

Originally Posted by Datsyuk 13 View Post
You have nothing useful to add to this. Can it, junior.

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