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05-03-2007, 12:36 AM
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Originally Posted by MacBeatsPang View Post
Thanks for all the tips. I'm going to try the one-foot snowplow, stopping both very slow and very fast, the "hop" and letting my skates get a bit dull. When I first started I was fresh off a sharpening. To answer one of the earlier questions, my falls were in the opposite direction from which I was moving. While skating forward I turned my hips to the right, trying to cut with left inside edge and right outside edge while bending knees deep. Usually I wound up falling on my right side, with skates sliding out forward, if that makes any sense.

And regarding stopping on inlines, I used to play a lot on a wood floor and sometimes I'd just skid a bit while stopping. I found it happened when my wheels were a bit worn or when experimenting with harder wheels. I don't really do it on the sportcourt used by my rec league, though I do see other players doing what looks to me like a hockey stop.

Thanks again!
Put more weight on the balls of your feet. Your feet slipped out forward because you put too much weight on your heels.

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