Don’t be Blind to the Importance of Vision in Table Tennis
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Don’t be Blind to the Importance of Vision in Table Tennis

Don’t be Blind to the Importance of Vision in Table Tennis See, Respond, React. Steve Brunskill Steve Brunskill, is one of England's best and most respected coaches. Stevie has spotted one element of table tennis often untrained. I am personally a stickler for marginal gains and often research into elements where it may give my players the…

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High Quality Shots in Table Tennis
Courtsey of Roger Hance

High Quality Shots in Table Tennis

  How do we develop high-quality shots in Table Tennis? First, we must understand the difference between perception and what is actually high quality! Perception versus reality: There was a time when I saw others put topspin or side-spin and making the ball bend in the air (it appeared to me as the ultimate shot) back then.…

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Table Tennis Forehand Topspin

For most, a table tennis forehand topspin is the stronger wing! But why? And how can we make our forehand even better? Why: Power comes from the ground and with an off square stance we can generate a power motion via force from the ground, given via our back leg to our front leg. The force is…

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3 Exercises to Improve Your CONSISTENCY in Table Tennis 

I am constantly asked how do I improve my table tennis consistency? 3x Exercises that can help you develop your consistency 1. Multi-ball or TT Robot:  If you have a sparring partner who can do multi-ball (Multi-ball tutorial click here). This is a system that was introduced by the Chinese to increase consistency by hitting 100's of…

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