Justin Freeman posted a piece on his blog responding to Dick Taylor's recent FasterSkier article “The Fishy thing About Skating.” Justin disagrees with Dick's main assertions, and asks some questions. He encourages people to comment on his blog to discuss the matter.
Dick's article has received a number of interesting comments over the last week and he has written a response – also in the comment section of that article.
Read Dick's article and the comments:
Read Justin's Blog post:
Read Justin's 2004 FasterSkier article on skate technique:
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Due to some technical issues, you cannot create an account from Justin's blog. Here is what you have to do:
1. Go to Andy Newell's FasterSkier blog by clicking the link in the left navigation. The only blog that allows new registrations is Andy's – we're not just trying to drum up traffic for him! ONe registration will allow you access to all blogs.
2. Click “Login” at the bottom of the left navigation.
3. This will open the blog login screen. Just below the login box is the “Register” link. Click it.
4. You will be guided through the registration process. Once it is complete, you can log in to any blog and will be able to post comments. Return to Justin's blog and post away!
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