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12-03-2011, 12:30 AM
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It's a long road to becoming proficient at a lot of things in life; and hockey is definitely one of them. Going to public skate sessions, stick and puck and taking lessons are great ways to get better. If you have the money, invest in some skating lessons (either a beginner hockey class or a figure skating class). Just try to get into a consistent frequency of going skating and stay positive; it will all come in time. You might also want to go to public sessions wearing your full gear; it may give you more confidence and not hurt as much when you take a fall.

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