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06-28-2011, 06:50 AM
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Originally Posted by Bigchiefwantdacup View Post
Im working on crossovers but like I said in one of my above posts, I have to learn how to do crossovers around the faceoff circle before I worry about crossover starts.
I definetly intend to learn those too and hopefully soon! I need to make up for my lack of hockey sense (due to not picking up hockey until age 30) with superior skating ability!
Just a thought - working on crossover starts may help you learn to do crossovers around the circle (it's all about learning to use that outside edge and trusting that you can move your weight around without falling). Work on everything a little bit at a time, and you never know which technique will help you get over the hump for some other technique. Don't limit yourself to any one sequence.

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