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06-11-2013, 08:29 AM
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Thesensation19
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1) make sure you skates are properly fitted.

2) could be your leg and back strength and well as flexibility. I am not saying you need to go overhaul on training if you dont wanna but simple gym sessions and proper stretching training could go a long way in your health and skating. You could be essentially tight in your glutes and that could affect your skating. I dont think it is, but could be a factor

3) Practice. I didnt know how to stop on my left at all back in the day. I went to one summer camp where we were on the ice for 2 hour practice every day for 6 days and every night for 2 hours in a scrimmage. and 7th day a game for fun. I came back and i didnt even realize I could stop on my left. It was amazing. one try out i was like woah.

Simply from patience and most of all repetition. Just keep skating. and dont be afraid to fail or attempt

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