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Originally Posted by nullterm View Post
Get a pair of hockey gloves. Or atleast wear some kind of gloves to protect your hands. Sticks will be sliding up yours and smacking you on the knuckles pretty frequently.

Get a stick and ball, just start dribbling the ball back and forth to develop a feel for handling it. Find a concrete/hard wall and practice shooting the ball off the wall, you can practice receiving passes at the same time to work on your reflexes.

Find a game of road hockey and join in. Ultimately, the best way to learn is by doing.

Even though you have an idea of positions you'd like to play, try every position out. Even if you don't like it, atleast you'll develop more depth in other areas and have a more complete understanding of the game.
Lacrosse gloves are amazing for ball hockey.

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