2 years ago
We recently had the pleasure of interviewing Tom Lodziak about his new book "SPIN: Tips and tactics to win at table tennis". You can win a free copy of his book by watching the video and answering the question we pose! In the interview Tom discusses his journey into table tennis and how it helps him as a coach. Tom believes that age is no barrier to improvement and with work and effort most people can improve. His experience helps him relate to adults who have started to take the sport more seriously and wish to become better. I hope you enjoy the interview and I'm sure you'll find some useful pieces of information to help you improve your own table tennis. Enjoy!
You can find out more about Tom by visiting his website and here is a link to more information about his exciting new book.
For your chance to win a free copy of Tom's new book you can enter our competition.
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knarf ... from France Posted 2 years ago
Dear Jeff, Alois and Tom: thank you for this wonderful exchange. I already have purchased Tom's book, at the end of the summer, and it is as you described in this interview. So friendly with amateur players just trying to improve their table tennis. This book, and you all three, are giving such confidence in our capacity. Again, thanks a lot and I wish you all the best for this coming New Year.
knarf from France
ART Chaifetz Posted 2 years ago
Entering the contest: My name ART DUBOW (Ehlokeem1@optonline.net) The answer: Toughest player Tom played is/was Paul Drinkhall.
Scott Yates Posted 2 years ago
Thank you for having Tom on! I appreciate his insights and experiences. Would also like to enter the contest, so "Paul Drinkhall" is my answer as well.
Jeff Plumb from PingSkills Posted 2 years ago
Hi Art and Scott, thanks for watching. To enter the competition you need to enter your answer on this page. Good luck!
Darren Hagarty Posted 2 years ago
Great discussion gents.
For me the hardest players to play against are those with unreadable serves.
You can only really learn that from some kindly quality players having a training session with you.
Getting adult coaching is hard hence why I use Ping Skills to learn the fundamentals.
Having someone with the right mindset like Tom is definitely the type to take a club forward.
Rohan Keogh Posted 2 years ago
Hey guys. This was a good chat with Tom. Thanks. Would like to 'see' more of this type of podcast.
Alois Rosario from PingSkills Posted 2 years ago
Thanks Rohan. Yes I think this was insightful. Will try for more of this type of Podcast.