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07-12-2009, 01:35 AM
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Originally Posted by donGjohnson View Post
You should not worry about doing a proper hockey stop at first. It's better to work on gaining control over your edges, and then proper stopping will follow naturally with a little practice. A lot of newbies do it so they can show off to their friends and spends endless hours trying. Working on doing crossovers as well as possible is a much better plan.
Thanks for the tip, but I'm really confident with my crossovers, forwards and backwards. I can pivot from front to back and vice versa. Mostly got everything down except turning really sharp and quick, and stopping.

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