Last updated on 08-Mar-2008 04:49:36 PM
The key to training is to practice what is relevant to your game. At PingSkills we see too many players training for the sake of training and forgetting about the relevance to trying to improve their table tennis game.
As a guide train in sessions of about 2 hours with a break in the middle to refresh your body and your mind.
Follow a simple training plan as outlined in our Blog Structuring Your Training Session . Without seeing your game I can not comment on what you need to practice. Think about what you need to improve to win more point and then put that back into your training session.
If you would like help with this go to the Analysis section of our website.
With regard to practicing by yourself there is no easy way. You can get the old "Playback' tables and hit up against that but it is never the same as hitting with someone else. Really try to find a local club or someone else in your area that you can play with.