Training and Relaxation

Table Tennis Training and Drills

Last updated 7 years ago

Jaydev Ashra

Jaydev Ashra Asked 7 years ago

Hi Alois and Jeff,

I practice 3 hours per day on weekdays, and 5 hours per day on weekends. So, total 25 hours per week without taking a break. I don't feel tired, though or the desireness overlaps the tiredness, it may be possible. Now, I have also thought to take breaks frequently in tournaments, startimg from June-July. I wish to work as much hard as possible till the tournaments start, then, I will have the assurance that now, I have to rely on my training. Should I continue in this way? Or what are your suggestions?


Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 7 years ago

Hi Jaydev,

Good training is important for improvement.  If you can keep your concentration and remain keen for that amount of time then it will lead to improvement.

The one thing that you can think about is that before a tournament you can rest a little so that you are physically fresh at the tournament.


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Jaydev Ashra

Jaydev Ashra Posted 7 years ago

Thanks for the suggestions!

I do feel exhausted sometimes, the confidence also gets lower. I feel that I have been working that much hard, yet not progressing! But, if I look back at the time I've been practicing and the level of my game, I feel satisfied. That's why I don't care for the tiredness. I wish to have some ideas, whether it may be harmful, but it has been cleared. I will continue my work, and before the tournaments, I will take a break. And, In each tournament, I will take breaks, as I won't do any more, except relying on my past training. 

Thank You!



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