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10-02-2011, 08:41 PM
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hitmanjat
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Originally Posted by noobman View Post
Everyone (even the pros) have a dominant side. The trick is to continually practice until your strong and weak side are about even.

I turn better counter clockwise, and turn backwards better clockwise. I've been working hard to close the gap, but my crossovers are still a little choppy going clockwise.

I've spent a ton of time working on my stopping, and I'm now equally comfortable hockey stopping in both directions, although my crossover starts are better when I stop on my strong side (right foot forward)
I am in the exact same boat.

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