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03-11-2014, 03:32 PM
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redbranch
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I think it's perfectly fine, as long as the lessons are kept to the fundamentals, and kept fun.

My son, who just turned 9, loves private lessons, as long as they are with certain coaches. Works hard, but comes off the ice grinning. The coach pushes him, but knows how to keep it fun, and just works on one or two things tops during the lesson. That way, he comes out of the lesson with something he can see/feel is new, or improved. Keeps it positive

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