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Old April 25th, 2016, 06:14 PM   #1
Jack_Hancock
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Default Hockey stop advice please

Hi, I started skating on quads about a month ago. I skate exclusively outside so I bought some Air Waves 65mm 78a wheels.

I am following YouTube tutorials on hockey stops. My trouble is that I can throw my weight around so I am in the hockey stop position but If I keep my balance I just end up rolling in my new 90 direction and if I dig in harder I fall over. Is it possible to hockey stop on these softy wheels?
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