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03-06-2010, 05:42 AM
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Originally Posted by Hockeyfan68 View Post
Your motor skills are trained subconsciencely for roller. I tried roller and almost killed myself after being on ice for years. I kept stopping like I would with ice skates when trying to score or whatever.

It was brutal .... I quit it soon after about a dozen attempts to accept it.

You can do more and faster on ice and to me it felt like a roller player would switching to floor hockey in sneakers or something. Just a guess on that.

I figured that roller skates would be good for shooting practice or conditioning on a running track. It wasn;t for me.

I can say that you will be able to do more on ice skates than in roller.
^^ This right there. Night and day.

I started playing roller at first, but then really took to ice after a while. Now anytime I go back I find roller to be a very frustrating experience given that I haven't got the same ability to stop or pivot at speed. Now I only play roller casually with friends in the park. Otherwise I stick with ice.

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