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02-28-2007, 10:59 PM
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Originally Posted by Muttley View Post
Like somone mentioned above, her book is awesome. It's a little technical & complicating, but she really breaks it down. And do I mean break it down. You learn about balance, positioning, training drills, etc. A lot of it is overkill, but it is correct. I never took her class, but I do have her book.

Remember, no matter how many books or power skating clinics you take, if you don't practice what you learn on a regular basis, you'll just be wasting your money.
If I could I'd practice 6 hours a day until I couldn't walk. The problem is it's $8 a session here, for only an hour of ice. That's a brutal price to pay. I've thought about just buying the book now. I've been skating with skates that are too big. But I refuse to buy new ones untill I know im in another league. I still cant find one around here. Hockey is dead in New York, gotta go upstate NY or down in Jersey to find something.

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