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01-26-2012, 06:30 PM
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Originally Posted by nystromshairstylist View Post
I started April 2010 as a 42 year old, and it took me until very recently to get to a point in my skating where most motions are being performed on the ice without having to think first what to do.

I practiced my skating 3-4x week almost every week until now (took July and August of this summer as i just needed a break - as did my left knee and hip), but I cannot help but laugh when I read a 20-year old thinking they are "late in the day to start".

A 20 year old has 30-40 years of good hockey ahead of them, plenty of time to learn...put in the time, and you WILL get better. If a fat, old bum like me can do it - you most certainly can.
Well said. Can't make up for lost time. I do believe that if your in shape, work at your skills, work your a** off on the ice, and play smart you can be a productive Mens league player well into your 50's. I plan on it

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