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02-14-2009, 11:50 PM
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Semper Sens
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Originally Posted by koh19 View Post
lol. Just went up and down some stairs. I'd say going up hill... why?
I was just wondering if others experienced the same.

Where I go to school we have lots of tunnels with hills. Last time my thighs were sore from skating, I found it really difficult to go down the hills, as opposed to up them. I wasn't really sure what it meant at the time. I just found that going down required more pressure quickly (when slowing your body then suddenly needing no pressure as you bring your leg forward, then pressure again, repeat . . .) as opposed to going up the same hill when the work was slower and more steady.

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