To win more points you need to be able to hit more balls on the table. Let us help you improve your consistency.
Don't let your opponent push you around the table. Improve your forehand topspin off backspin with some great exercises.
Practice switching between your backhand and forehand. With these great drills you'll never get caught out.
The third ball is one of the most important in the game of Table Tennis. We help you improve your consistency on this shot.
The side shuffle is the most used footwork technique in Table Tennis. Get lots of practice with these drills.
We introduce 3 ball footwork drills. This will help you develop your footwork so you can move correctly to any ball.
We take your footwork to the next level by practicing 4 ball drills. We also start work on developing a new serve.
How quick can you move? We present several drills to speed up your footwork. We also continue work on your new serve.
In this session we focus on improving your forehand attacking technique by using some random drills.
Developing a strong backhand topspin will take your game to a new level. This is our focus for this week.
The push is the most under rated shot in Table Tennis. We shine some much needed light on this shot.
Are you able to defend? This is a really fun session with plenty of drills involving lobbing and chopping.
In a match you need to find the best place to hit the ball to. You need to practice this skill in your training.
Aiming for the crossover point is a skill you need to develop and is the focus of this week's training session.
Increase your control and learn how to play the ball to different lengths on the table.
Do you always play your backhand across court? Make sure you practice playing to different positions.
Everyone wants to be able to hit the ball with great speed and consistency. Here are some drills to help you do just that.
You don't have to always hit the ball faster to win the point. Practice varying the pace of your shots to draw an error from your opponent.
Changing up the pace of your strokes is such a critical part of Table Tennis we are going to focus again on this. This session we practice mixing up the pace of your attacking strokes.
This session focuses on the speed of your pushes. Short pushes are extremely effective from stopping your opponent attacking and long fast pushes can catch them off guard
Generating a lot of spin on your shots can make it difficult for you opponent. We use some standard drills this week and focus on getting more spin on your topspin strokes.
Subtle variations of spin will win you a lot of points. In this session we get you to focus on the amount of spin you put on the ball.
We concentrate on improving the speed of your topspins this week. You need to make sure you have plenty of speed and spin.
The sidespin topspin forehand is a favourite of many players. The focus of this week's session is on improving this very stroke.
The serve is one of the most important strokes in Table Tennis. Make sure you practice serving option and learn how to serve with spin.
Should you serve short or long? To the forehand, backhand or middle? It really depends on what your opponent find the hardest. In this session we focus on the placement of your serve.
Find a serve your opponent doesn't like. By being able to vary your serve you can quickly discover the best serve to use.
To serve well in a match you need to have practiced under match conditions. In this week's training session we focus on this type of practice.
Do you want to win more games? Improve your short push return and I guarantee you will start to win more matches.
This week we focus on the long return. You've got 2 options. You can flick the ball or push it long and fast. As your opponent will be able to attack this long ball, you need to make it effective!
Attack your opponents long serves and put them under pressure right from the start of the rally. This week we present some great match drills to help you improve in this area.
If you can make an effective return then you can take control of the rally. In this session we you'll get plenty of practice against both short and long serves.
The top players in the world have excellent blocks. It's a skill you need to progress up the ranks. In this session we focus on improving your block so you can absorb your opponent's attack.
You probably won't practice chopping very much, but it's a good stroke to have in your arsenal. It might one day win you a crucial point.
Do you enjoy watching great Table Tennis rallies of lobbing and smashing? Of course you do, everyone loves that. In this session we give you plenty of practice to improve your lobbing skills.
A great player can take a bad situation and turn it into an opportunity. This week we practice turning your several different defensive situations into attacking ones.
Having a great forehand third ball attack is critical to becoming a great Table Tennis player. This session we focus on exercises to help you improve in this area.
Being able to make a consistent 3rd ball attack with your backhand topspin will make it very difficult for an opponent to stop you attacking. This will put them under enormous pressure when returning.
Being able to play a 3rd ball attack from both wings is a big step in your development. It means that your opponent has no safe place to push the ball long.
This week we take your third ball practice to a whole new level by focusing on the spin, speed and placement of your topspin attacks.
When people think of match strategy they think of complicated tactics. It is essential first though to analyse your own strengths. This week our training focuses on you.
This weak we ask you to choose a number of drills that exploit a competitor's weaknesses.
Short pushing, blocking and counter looping. These are some of things we'll get you to work on during this session to prepare for playing against an attacking player.
Work on you variation of spin and speed. Against blockers it's really important you don't always play the same pace. They are relying on your speed.
Improve the consistency of your third ball topspin so you can play well in a tournament situation.
Make your third ball more effective by working on the placement of your attack. Too many people just hit the ball without thinking.
Being able to vary your spin, speed and placement will make you a much harder opponent to play against. This week we focus incorporating this variation into your third ball attack.
We know that serving is one of the most critical parts of Table Tennis. That's why this week in the lead up to our tournament we are focusing on your serve.
Second to the serve, the return is the next most important shot in the game. In preparation for our tournament we focus heavily on the first 2 balls in the rally in our match drills this week.
You should try and take the initiative in a rally. My old coach used to call this forcing the pace. To get better at forcing the pace, we are going to consciously go for more power on our third ball.
Aim to get 100% of your third ball attacks on the table this week. This will give you great confidence heading into your tournament.
During your last session before the tournament we throw away the usual training structure and spend 60 minutes of our session just playing games. It's the best way to prepare for your tournament.