One footed hockey stop (T-Stop) on outside edge?
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11-17-2011, 10:31 PM
Join Date: Nov 2008
To add to the last post:
Once you become good at it, you will be able to incorporate it into your game. For example, what I posted above is fine for strolling into the bench and looking cool. But it's not really practical for changing the direction you're skating in.
The only way I can explain how to do a one footed hockey stop so you can change direction fast is to just do a regular hockey stop but lift that opposite foot and put as much pressure on the stationary foot as much as possible. Do that until you figure it out. That's how they taught us as kids anyway.
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