by Samson Dubina on Wed, 2021-10-27 23:03
by Samson Dubina on Fri, 2021-10-15 07:34
Forgetting & Remembering
During a table tennis match, is it beneficial to remember previous points or to just block out the past and play in the moment?
The answer is… BOTH!
To reach your peak potential, you need to forget and remember! I’m going to illustrate my point by sharing a true story that happened to me.
I was playing one of the most important matches of my life.
I was down 1-2 in games in a best 3/5 match.
by Samson Dubina on Tue, 2021-09-14 13:17
Learn to evaluate your training sessions!
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.
by Samson Dubina on Thu, 2021-09-02 21:23
NEW Video by Samson Dubina
by Samson Dubina on Sun, 2021-08-29 11:15
New Tactics Article on Beating the Unknown Opponent
The tournament published the draws the night before the event. You found out that you are going to play against Hou Yingchao in your opening match of men’s singles at 9am. You immediately take out your pen and paper and write down some note of how to play him. You arrive in the gym at 7:45am and train accordingly.
by Samson Dubina on Sun, 2021-07-11 20:58
Check out all the action at the Samson Dubina TT Academy
by Samson Dubina on Fri, 2021-06-18 22:17
Two Weeks Training at the Samson Dubina Mega Camp in Ohio
By Larry Hodges
(USATT National Coaching Chairman and USATT Hall of Famer)
by Samson Dubina on Fri, 2021-06-11 09:44
by Samson Dubina on Wed, 2021-05-26 22:44
Discover Samson's Favorite Training/Tournament Food
From Asia to Africa to Europe and even to the USA, there are thousands of professional table tennis athletes who are aspiring to be the next World Champion. One of the key elements to reaching the top is consistent training six hours per day. Most top players wake up, eat breakfast, train three hours, eat lunch, rest, then train three more hours in the late afternoon. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day to fuel an intense early morning session.
Here is the secret recipe for my power-packed breakfast.
For one serving:
by Samson Dubina on Wed, 2021-05-26 00:57
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