Alois describes 3 critical factors that will help you get the most out of your training session.
This lesson teaches you an easy method for improving your serving and short game. It involves using a piece of string as a guide which helps you focus on keeping the ball low.
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It's important to structure your training sessions. Find out how the professionals arrange their training and how you can get the most from your sessions.
Make sure that you warm up so that you get the most out of your session. In this video we present a sample warm up routine.
After your physical warm up, you should start your on table play by getting your eye in and getting a feel for your strokes.
Learn the difference between training drills and match drills. We also discuss the importance of the blocker and how to vary your training drills.
Improve your game by using these footwork drills. We explain each drill in detail and how it will benefit your game.
We discuss ways to make your training drills more match like, and how using competitve drills can increase your intensity.
Closer to a tournament you should practice more match routine drills. We present a series of them in this video and explain how they will develop your game.
We discuss how you should choose your drills. We also talk about the type of drills you should choose in the off season. We finish off the video by teaching you how to design your own drills.
Not only are they fun, but games are an important part of your practice. We discuss a range of different games you can use during your training.
The serve is the most important shot in Table Tennis. Follow this step by step process for practicing and improving your serve.
Now it's up to you to take action. We talk you through setting up your very next training session using the PingSkills Training Plan template.
Here are some exercises you can use to improve your Table Tennis skills when you don't have a practice partner.