Learn about the most under-developed part of table tennis
The average match in table tennis takes about 20 minutes. Out of the 20 min, about 5 min total is spent on rallies. The other 15 minutes is spent picking up the ball, preparing for the serve, taking towel breaks, taking timeouts, and getting coaching advice. So, here is the question that I would like for you to consider…
If only 25% of the match time is spend playing points, then why do we spend 99.9% of our effort on that portion of the game and we spend about 0.1% of our effort on the dead time???
On behalf of the Samson Dubina Table Tennis Academy, we would like to wish you a Happy New Year and just thank you for your support throughout 2020. It has been a tough year, yet you have continued to send us encouraging e-mails, continued with regular donations, and continued attending our events! Without you, we could not continue. As a Christmas gift from us, we decided to share a portion of our new book with you. Check it out below and consider purchasing your own copy!
Regardless if you are traveling across the world or even across the United States to the US Nationals, changing timezone can cause jet lag for anyone.
Could it affect your performance?
There are 5 quick tips that I would like to share...
The short pips smasher is often described as one of the scariest opponents in the game, unless you use the proper tactics! You give a weak push – bang! It gets smashed at 90mph! You give a weak loop – bang! It gets smashed at 90mph! You block the smash and it go into the bottom of the net! Wow, how frustrating!
At some point in your playing career, you have probably encountered a bad slump. How long will the slump last? …sometimes a day, a month, or a year. In this article, I’m going to give you several tips on how to get out of a slump.