A hockey stop is central to skating on the ice with skill. Learn ice hockey skating skills and moves in this sports video on how to play hockey.
Can someone help me? Whenever i try to? stop my feet are like this: | —
if you get what i mean.. ( | is my left foot and — my right one ). I cant manage to stop on both feet.
LISTEN! Chaz michael? Michaels IS figure skating, period!
can you? do that on figure skates?
you? dont dig in you glide stupid
90 degree angle, eeh i think not, not even jimmy over there doesnt keep his? legs bent at? a 90 degree angle
in the slo mo he stops on each edge?
thats a funny looking kitchen
You are spinning because you have too much weight on your heels during the? transition to the stop. The big difference between a hockey stop and a turn, that everyone forgets to mention, is what part of your skate you’re putting your weight on. While turning your skates to stop keep the weight towards the front. This will allow you to turn your skates while continuing to go in a straight line. Once you have turned your skates 90 degrees, drop your weight on your heels. Hope this helps!
thats going to take me a year? to learn lol
That’s a funny looking kitchen. Also, I don’t think this broad knows what a 90? degree angle is.
why listen to a girl? when the men is the players?
thats a 90 degree angle alright? 1.00
Ok I tried that like 100x but I just spun and spun?
Lol,? nice life.
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And? then… (stutter) jim….will demonstrate how…… To hockey sttttttop.
@cracktober well I’m guessing u? don’t have a gf ?? Haha
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