Forcing the Pace | Table Tennis | PingSkills

Hi, I’m Alois Rosario from PingSkills. Ilia has asked us a question about when you should force the pace in a match. Ilia’s finding himself getting really frustrated in a match situation because he’s trying to hit the ball harder. Now in training he’s having some pretty good success but he’s finding in a match […]

Choosing a Table Tennis Table | PingSkills

Next up is a question from Hector who wants to know what should I look for when buying a table tennis table in terms of the colour, the weight, the brand. What things should he consider, so what is important when choosing a table tennis table. The main things to look at when you are […]

How To Block Heavy Topspin Loops – Table Tennis University

When you block against a heavy topspin loop you need ten minutes you can return it. For that ten minutes you need to find a partner who’s loop is very spinny lots of topspin. So you just push to him then block. When you block remember okay your racket don’t go forward no, just stay […]

Choosing a Training Focus | Table Tennis | PingSkills

Hi, I’m Alois Rosario from PingSkills. Kristian has asked us a question about how he should choose his focus for his training session. Kristian, the first step is to analyse your game. Start to work out firstly what you win points with and also what you lose points with. By starting to do that then […]

Hitting The Ball Before It Bounces | Table Tennis | PingSkills

What happens if you hit the ball before it bounces? As soon as you hit the ball before it bounces that is the end of the point. Now whose point is it? This is the critical part. Was the ball still over the table or was it past the table? If the ball is coming […]

How To Third Ball Attack Instead Of Pushing – Table Tennis University

You ask if there’s any drill to help you serve and loop. Ya we have a drill there. So you serve, now you’re… thinking after serve you want to attack and but most time happen no good chance so you just push back. Now when you practice this one you have to know serve and […]

Backhand Chop | PingSkills | Table Tennis

Hi I’m Alois Rosario from PingSkills. In this lesson we’re going to show you the backhand chop. The backend chop is a stroke used by defensive players when they’re further away from the table. Because you have a bit more time you could turn more side onto the table. Your start position with your bat […]

3 Types of Soccer Fitness Training | Improve Soccer Fitness | COACH MY SKILLS

God its so cold, can’t even speak properly. Hi guys, Chris here from Coach My Skills. Coming today here with another short video for you. I’ve had a couple of requests about this one, so today I’m doing Soccer fitness. Now there are many aspects to Soccer fitness. You’ve got things like speed, endurance, stamina, […]

Backhand Flick | Table Tennis | PingSkills

Let’s take a look at the backhand flick. This is a stroke that you can use when your opponent serves short or pushes the ball short to your backhand side. The start position for your backhand flick is to make sure that you’ve got your bat back. You can see there, when I have my […]

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