One footed hockey stop (T-Stop) on outside edge?
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11-17-2011, 11:26 PM
Join Date: Nov 2008
You already said it.
Stand up and put your left foot pointing sideways. Then put the middle of your right foot to your heel. You've made a T. Now bend your knee, lean back and imagine digging in and cutting ice with that right foot. The left foot is mostly just for stability (ie holds the right foot a bit, or you can swing it out if you're falling backwards)
^-- that's if you're a righty. If you're a lefty then switch it up. I'm a righty so my right foot is stronger and more coordinated, which I suggest you start off with.
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