Stride Recovery

Stride Recovery

The technique used by a player to quickly and efficiently return their skate back to a balanced and ready position after taking a skating stride. It’s an important aspect of skating mechanics and is essential for maintaining speed, balance, and agility on the ice. In the context of forward skating, a player’s stride typically involves pushing one skate backward to generate forward momentum. After completing the push, the player needs to recover that skate to a position close to the other skate to maintain balance and prepare for the next stride.

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