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01-31-2013, 12:03 PM
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Nice. the thing that really helped me the most going from inline to ice and learning to stop is to get a deep knee bend. Do this in your snow plowing but only focus on the front foot as the plow.. not both. Then once you get comfortable with that, work on the outside edge of the trailing foot.

For turning tighter, it helps to get a deep bend and lean forward INTO your turn. If you don't have the puck, try pointing the toe of your stick to where you want to go. Don't look at it or your feet. Just point and go. It's a simple thing but really helped me trust my edges.

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