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11-14-2012, 05:30 AM
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One thing to add, in the course of playing I seemed to have gained some hip/leg flexability that probably helps my transitioning ALOT. I can remember a few years ago only being able to spread my feet say 135 degrees. But now I've noticed that I can now pretty much point my feet 180 degrees from each other with my heels together.

That probably has made transitions much easier being able to step fwd/back or back/fwd without having to either slow down as I slow/drag my edge during pivoting or have to correctly time a small hop while trying to keep up with the puck carrier and hope I didn't catch an edge.

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