Thread: Advice: Struggling with Shot on Ice
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10-05-2013, 08:04 PM
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Originally Posted by nwharris74 View Post
Well, initally I was using a shorter stick when shooting on dryland but the curve was different so I started using my backup stick for ice to get more used to the curve. My shot basically has no power and I can't get much lift when desired. Doesn't matter if I'm moving or not.
to get desired lift with your wrist shot follow through with your stick to the point where you aim your stick blade where you want it shot. if you take a wrist shot and only follow through to your ankle height you aren't going to go bar down.

as for power i guess i would suggest transferring your weight forward with the momentum of moving your puck forward. depends what you were shooting off of too dryland to on ice, there is a bit more friction with ice especially when it's wet compared to some outside surfaces. would suggest working out those forearms to for power.

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