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08-02-2012, 09:16 PM
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turbodaze
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Originally Posted by Axman View Post
Welcome to hockey! My advice would be something already mentioned: when you can't train on the ice, train by shooting or stick handling or working on your legs.

If you can, your best bet is to buy a large shooting pad and goal ( something sturdy enough to take hard shots ) and a couple dozen pucks. Working on this alone will improve your shot in no-time. I used to shoot 200 pucks every other day.

Get a green biscuit or one of the wooden stick handling balls. They both have a different feel to them but will improve your hand-eye coordination and will make you feel more comfortable with the puck on your stick.

Try hockey lunges and square to work on your legs... The stronger the better.
Have fun!
Don't worry my legs are fine =)

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