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How to Ice Skate - Selecting Skates and Learning to Fall

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For nearly five years Dallas-area financial executive Richard Pascuzzi has led a wealth management company as co-founder. When he is not assisting clients with financial matters, Richard Pascuzzi enjoys participating in physical activities such as ice hockey.

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How to Ice Skate - Selecting Skates and Learning to Fall

  1. 1.  For nearly five years Dallas-area financial executive Richard Pascuzzi has led a wealth management company as co-founder. When he is not assisting clients with financial matters, Richard Pascuzzi enjoys participating in physical activities such as ice hockey. Ice hockey is a unique sport in that beginners need to master a completely separate skill-set before beginning to learn the finer points of the game. The first step to learn how to ice skate is purchasing or renting a pair of skates that fits comfortably but securely.
  2. 2.  Beginners should also consult with an experienced skater to ensure that their skates have been tied in the correct manner. Once a novice skater has selected the correct skates, he or she will need to move on to practicing perhaps the most common activity of the first few days on the ice: falling. Possibly more importantly, skaters should know how to lift themselves up from a fall. The easiest way to stand after a fall involves rolling over with one’s hands pressed palms down against the ice. After slowly bringing the skates between both hands a person should be able to stand.

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