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10 Years of Full-Time Coaching

During the last 10 years of full-time coaching, I have written around 400 coaching articles.  These articles are now tagged and somewhat organized by topic.  Check out the full listing and read the articles of your choice.  Check them out here -
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Nets and Edges

Learn 5 Key Elements to Returning Some of the Most Difficult Balls!

Returning Nets and Edges
Many championship matches are won and lost on “lucky balls” – nets and edges.  At the elite level, returning nets and edges is a skill that takes years to master.  In this blog, I’m going to give several tips on how to safely land these balls. 
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I am absolutely thrilled that NewsWatch TV has chosen to feature the Power Pong Robot on national television!  Check it out tomorrow morning!

 Air Date: Friday, May 28th from 7 - 7:30am ET/PT on AMC

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Making Peace with the Edge

Learn to deal with half-long balls...

The score was 9-9 in the final game, your opponent served a half-long serve to your backhand, you thought that the serve was long enough to loop, but it wasn’t.  With a full backswing, you looped right into the table!  Ouch!  As blood began to gush from the back of your hand, you wondered to yourself how this could have been prevented.  In this article, I’m going to give you ten tips on how to make peace with the edge of the table.
1. Move both feet properly into position


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