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06-15-2010, 12:44 AM
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vinogradov8
 
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Originally Posted by Anonymouse View Post
If you can find a good power skating class it could be beneficial. But just practice practice practice. Being a strong skater is not going to happen over night. Especially considering you never skated before it's going to take a LOT of work, time and effort.

If you want you can try reading a couple of books. I recommend Peter Twist's "Complete Conditioning for Hockey" or Laura Stamm's "Power Skating". I'd also recommend doing some more workouts like plyometrics, etc.
The whole league is saying that my improvement speed it very good, but I want better haha. Ive looking at those slow mo shots on hockeyshot.com and been trying to remember to do them on ice. I guess ill have to get ready for another episode of "falling" especially with some of those drills lol.

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