Skills Challenge Competition

2 years ago

Table Tennis Advice

 

We are running a competition for the Month of March where you could win 1 of 3 Premium PingSkills Memberships. There's a Yearly, a Quarterly, and a monthly up on offer. To win you must be judged to have the best effort in learning a new skill as voted by Alois and Jeff. You can choose from hitting the ball on the side of the table or the spin catcher. Both of these skills are inspired by Marcos Freitas. This video gives you some more information about the competition and shows you some footage from my first practice session.

The competition will run until the end of March and you must submit videos on a regular basis to be in the running. You can post the videos to our Facebook page, YouTube, or Instagram. Use the hastag #PowerOfPractice.

Good luck everyone. We look forward to seeing your videos!


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Marcin Lonak

Marcin Lonak Posted 2 years ago

Good Progress! But there is the Freitas Look into the Camera You should incorporate;)

ill try the spin catch.

can i send a Video if I don't use any facebook or YouTube? 

Marcin


Jeff Plumb

Jeff Plumb from PingSkills Posted 2 years ago

Sure Marcin,

I will have to try the look into the camera at some stage :) The spin catcher will be tough. Good luck. Yes if you don't have another way then send us a video. I look forward to seeing it.


james chamb

james chamb Posted 2 years ago

Wow!  You guys are simply brilliant!  I'll get my video gear and start right away, one question please.   Do I have to be barefoot also?  Just kidding.  Thank you again for being there for us table tennis players who are in pursuit of increasing their skills.


Jeff Plumb

Jeff Plumb from PingSkills Posted 2 years ago

Ah yes, I forgot to mention about the barefoot rule :)

Thanks for the kind words. I look forward to seeing some of your videos James.


Ujjal Chatterjee

Ujjal Chatterjee Posted 2 years ago

Dear Jeff, Its a wonderful mode of accepting challenge and ultimately one will increase the control on the stroke. Great idea indeed.

Thanks & regards. 


Jeff Plumb

Jeff Plumb from PingSkills Posted 2 years ago

I'm glad you like it Ujjal. I hope to see some video of you trying one of the skills :)



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