6 years ago
Here's one of our most popular videos which shows Alois and I fooling around with some trick serves. Enjoy!
Who is that Panda? :P
Panda of course
I wish we could use those serve in game
as two of them are not legal and others can be attacked easily.
YESSSSSS, Just couldn't help myself saying it!! xD
Haha Fayad... I knew we would get you...
Of course... The swing gives me goosebumps at the beginning and, watching the ball get through is just way more than enough to get the YESSSSSS out. Nothing can get better than watching those tricks serves driven towards perfection!!!Looking forward to getting to see more of The Trick Serves by PingSkills in 2 and so on. Just WOW Alois and Jeff!!
Your Welcome:) Will always be on a lookout to enjoy these awesome moments captured in a video.
well done guys!!! plz can you make a video going deeper into begginer and advanced bats an drubbers.i'm looking for a new bat and have been recommended the palio legend 2 but don't understand a thing about all these different blades and rubbers. i'm not the only one wondering what bats tto get. plz could you help me out guys.
ps. you should make your own bats (or make custom bats) and sell them on your website, i'm sure you would be very successful
We have a couple of bats that we have on the site and recommend. The PingSkills Rook for learning and then the PingSkills Touch as a first Custom bat. The Touch comes with options for rubbers of different speeds.
Also take a look at the lesson on Choosing a Table Tennis Bat. Hope this helps.
i have had a look at your bat range and i think i'm past the level of the pingskills rook, and have been advised not to get anything over £50 at the moment (ie. pingskills touch). my coach has told me to get a bat of around £35 for now, and to get a new bat when he moves me up to squad training, so i will probably get the pingskills touch at that time. but for now i'm looking for something cheaper for the moment. i have been doing a bit of research and have come across the Palio Legend 2, which has been released for 2016. this looks like a good bat and has good reviews on amazon, but nobody has done a review of the bat, so i'm not sure whether to but it. Do you have any knowledge on this bat? i would appreciate if you could help me on this matter, but i am sorry if i'm annoying you with loads of question.
here is the website i found the bat on: http://www.experttabletennis.com/best-table-tennis-bat-for-beginners/
This is very goog, I'm the present 2-3 KM behind you.
Sorry I missed your question earlier. The Palio is OK so if that is what your coach think you should get then go with it.
It is OK if you are 2-3km behind as long as you are still going forward.
I am using the shakehand grip, but I keep holding the bat too tight. Any tips?
Really focus on the little finger and the ring finger and see how loose you can hold it to start with. I think these fingers are the key to a loose grip.
Thank you Alois!
The first trick should be very useful for making good serves. Thanks, Alois!
Great to have so much control of the ball!! Thank's for sharing Alois and Jeff.
Glad you liked this. We did have a lot of fun making it as you can see.
We told you it was infectious...
Lots of fun!!
Panda's not easily impressed. Nice video though.
Haha Chris. It does take a lot impress Panda :)
Grande vídeo, por incrível que eu quero fazer isso quando eu crescer.
É possível fazer isso sem ser um Jedi?
Great video, incredible I want to do this when I grow up.
Is it possible to do this without being a Jedi?
Haha, yes it is possible if you are not a Jedi.
Wish I could do some of those expert tricks!!
good humor is half the life!
So true Felix :)
Wish I was 10% the player you guys are, I’ll keep watching the videos and practicing!
Cannot believe you guys get paid for having this much fun, it is great.
We do really enjoy what we are doing James.
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