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Table Tennis Training and Drills

Last updated 5 years ago

Dakota Castleberg

Dakota Castleberg Asked 5 years ago

Do you think there is a limit to how far reading and watching videos can take you? I have put in countless hours of reading up on the many aspects of the game and watching videos to the point where I know more or less what your response will be to a high percentage of the questions that continually get answered by you and Jeff. I Feel like I'm to the point where it comes down to the execution of the knowledge I've gained, rather than just the knowledge itself.

Do you guys think you can get to a point where all of the knowledge in the world isn't the answer to your further progression?

Where just more hours on the table with players better than you, or time with a coach is what you need?


Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 5 years ago

Hi Dakota,

Absolutely.  We always encourage players to get out on the table as the most important thing.


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Huzaifa Khan

Huzaifa Khan Posted 5 years ago

Coach i practice 2 to 3 hours and i dont think that i am improving please tell me about it


Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario from PingSkills Posted 5 years ago

Hi Huzaifa,

It is sometimes difficult to judge your own progress.  Make sure you are training with focus and doing some drills.  Design a training program for yourself where you structure your session.  We have help on this in our Training Plan document and also with our Training Drills download.  Use these two things to set up your own training session.



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