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08-13-2013, 07:01 AM
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Originally Posted by JagrsMullet View Post
When I was first learning to shoot I tried not to overthink it. Just wind up and let it rip. Once you get the feel down you can start to tweak it and perfect your technique.
Couldn't have said it any better.

My coaches growing up always had me overthinking this one. It wasn't until I was about 22 did I really start to develop my clapper. I would just go to stick and puck with a bucket of pucks and shoot until my arms were sore. I was just trying to feel comfortable taking that shot, I "perfected" my technique later. Also, using a stick that was too long inhibited my shot for a long time. Make sure your stick is an appropriate length for you.

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