Roger has been making great progress recently winning the u2300 in Highland and u2400 in Erie! Also, he nearly upset the #1 player on the US National Men's Team with a close 3-2 battle in Highland.
Keep up the good work Roger! Your best days are yet to come!
I have recently written 2 controversial articles about upsetting higher rated players in table tennis. What is the correct mindset? Going for broke or playing normal? In the blog, I have included both articles and a summary of how to harmonize them together to have the best possible result.
I know that you have a busy schedule; you can't make it to the gym 3 hours per day. I want you to do this leg workout 3 times per week for 10 minutes.
Just 10 minutues!
Give me 10 minutes of effort per day and I guarantee that your footwork will improve within 2 weeks. Just turn on this clip and discipline yourself to follow along and follow my verbal instructions.
In table tennis, every drill should have a purpose. One distinction that needs to be made is the difference between training and warm-up. When you see professional players warming-up at tournaments, they might do some forehand, backhands, and a simple footwork drill. That might be about it at tournaments. However, their daily training routine might look drastically different. Here are a couple thoughts on this concept.