Inconsistency is likely the main reason for your poor performance in tournaments. Will doing more drills help you? Possibly.
Here at the Samson Dubina Table Tennis Academy, we aren’t just concerned with the number of hours, we are also concerned about the quality of the hours realizing that each individual player might need to adjust his/her drills slightly. In this article, I’m going to briefly outline the 3:1 principle that we have developed.
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.
Our September 8-9 tournament is just around the corner. We are excited about the companies who have partnered with us to make this event possible. We are still looking for a few more sponsors. Every SPONSORSHIP PACKAGE is customizable and includes items like: ¨ Tournament Barrier Advertisement on livestreaming Premier Court ¨ Two Full-Page Advertisement in the Tournament Program ¨ Full-Page Advertisement on the Tournament entry form
Regardless if you are traveling across the world or even across the United States to play the US Nationals, changing timezone can cause jet lag for anyone. Could it affect your performance? Absolutely!
There are 5 quick tips that I would like to share...
In table tennis, the core is considered to be the foundation of everything.
By strengthening your core you can...
1. Produce better weight transfer
2. Maintain better balance
3. Transition faster between forehand and backhand
4. Prevent injuries