One of the most difficult things for young kids to learn with modern penhold is the grip pressure. It is significantly more difficult than shakehands. My friend Chen Bowen gives a brief explanation of his grip. Even if you don't play RPB style, I think that you will find this video interesting and informative. Check it out...
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Learning a new skill in table tennis takes time. Some skills take about a month to develop, but most take about 2-3 years to fully master. In this blog, I’m going to talk about the steps to perfection. It is vitally important to go step-by-step, even if it takes a long time. You can apply this theory to ANY stroke; however, I’m going to use the backhand loop against block as an ILLUSTRATION.