Ask The Coach Show #125 - Improving Retrieving

7 years ago

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Ask the Coach Show Podcast - 2:50

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World Championships - 3:48

We discuss some of the interesting statistics from the 2015 World Championships

Monday Wrap - 7:40

We discuss the results from the Belarus Open

Last #PQOTD - 11:30

What is the best match you have ever played?

#PQOTD - 14:18

What is the scariest thing you have ever done?

Forehand Followup - 14:52

Noel: Hello Jeff & Alois, My question is after using a forehand loop, my opponent returns with a weak high block, and I usually hit it out. How can I improve this? Thank you for all the tips and discussions, it really helped me alot. :)

Improving Retrieving - 20:16

DK: I have noticed that Matsushita often goes for seemingly surely lost balls. Do you have any idea how can he do it? I know that it is the matter of his immense physical condition. Is it something that can be learned?

Backhand from Forehand - 23:16

Random Person: My backhand is stronger than my forehand. When blocking I have a bad habit of sometimes making a backhand block on the forehand side. Do you have any suggestions on fixing this?

Training With Robot - 25:52

Steve: Just wanted to tell you that I received my IPONG Master V300 the other day. It has been a great practice partner when I don't have someone else. The robot has good topspin and backspin so I can practice my drills all day long. I would recommend it.

Bilateral Transfer - 27:40

Toni: Previous studies have shown that practising complex sport skills on both sides of the body benefits performance not only with the non-dominant limb, but also with the dominant limb. What do you think about bilateral transfer in table tennis skills?

Links in this Episode

Belarus Open Results

World Championships Fun Facts Men's Singles

World Championships Fun Facts Women's Singles

Forehand Followup

Improving Your Reflexes

Basic Stance