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09-28-2006, 02:06 PM
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Kenadyan
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Originally Posted by Jamesius87 View Post
headcoach's advice is spot on. don't be afraid to fall, lets you know that your legs aren't wide enough and you are not in form. once you master it you can work on your speed etc,..

Excellent advice. And when you do fall (trust me, it will happen when your first learning) don't do anything to try to prevent yourself from falling (like sticking your hands out).

Let your body roll into the fall, if you will. Of course, this works better on ice where once you do hit the ice (while playing ice hockey), you slide along as opposed to concrete (while playing in-line hockey) where you usually come to an abrupt stop.

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