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05-27-2006, 02:28 AM
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Plz Some Help !

When I play , i've got always the head down . Anyone can hlep me to correct that ? its very affect my play vision and the accuracy of my shot and pass and deke .

I also have problem with my ankle i'm always hurt there . Anyone know exercice or something to erase the pain and problem , or to be less ?

EDIT : I dont want to take steroid or something like that .

Thanks in advance

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Practice, practice, practice for help on keeping your head up. Try going to a Stick and Puck or something like that. Try stick handling as much as possible with you head up. You will get used to how it feels on your stick.

Do you tie your skates too tight?

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I headed to a huge open parking lot with my rollerblades and skated around stickhandling. I didn't have to worry about losing the ball or skating into anyone or anything. Plus, I could stay there for hours at a time. It helped..

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Just practice stickhandling, and when you feel comfortable enough, start doing it while looking up and around you. You can practice with a golf ball or something if you're outside without skates..

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Thanks you all for the help !! I will practice much ^^

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Practice......Also I had ankle pain till I unlaced the upper eyes.

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Thanks you all for the help !! I will practice much ^^

Try using your peripheral vision. Keep your head up but use your peripheral vision to watch the puck while you keep your head up.

Once you have that down pat, then move the puck around as you skate. Continue to use your peripheral vision to monitor the puck.

Practice stick handling in front, side and diagonal. Once you have that down, do it backwards. Place cones in the way to interfer with your progress. The good thing is...cone don't check. Once you have that down, take it to your game!

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