Get more out of your table tennis training, with advice and suggestions on coaching, drills, footwork, fitness and more.
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The 80/20 Principle for Table Tennis / Ping-Pong
Learn how to use the 80/20 principle to improve your table tennis.
Beginner’s Guide to Training – Overview
Advice on table tennis training for new players.
Training for Beginners
Get expert advice on how to begin training for table tennis. Improve your ping-pong game faster!
Table Tennis Footwork for Beginners
Learn about the basics of footwork in table tennis, including what makes good footwork, your basic ready position, shuffle steps and crossover footwork, and serve and serve return footwork.
Secrets of the Chinese – The Fastest Way to Learn a New Table Tennis Skill
Why do many Chinese table tennis coaches insist on their students learning one stroke at a time? Is there a scientific reason behind it? As it turns out, science supports the idea of mastering one technique at a time.
Cross Training for Table Tennis / Ping-Pong
Find out why cross training is a good idea for serious table tennis players, and what exercises are recommended for a good ping-pong cross training workout.
How to Start Improving Your Ping-Pong Again
Have you hit a plateau in your table tennis game? Here’s how to start improving your ping-pong again.
Can You Learn Table Tennis Strokes by Watching Other Players?
Is it possible to learn to play table tennis strokes by watching other ping-pong players?
Table Tennis Drills – Degrees of Complexity
An explanation for beginners of how to judge and create table tennis drills of different levels of difficulty.
Table Tennis Drills – Plan to Be Random
Improve your table tennis training by using random variations in your practice routines.
Multiball Table Tennis Training – Doing Multiball Ping-Pong Practice
Discover the multiball table tennis training technique, and learn how to use it properly in your ping-pong practice sessions.
How To Improve Your Table Tennis/Ping-Pong Without A Coach
How to improve your table tennis/ping-pong when you don’t have a coach.
Keeping Your Eye on the Ball in Table Tennis/Ping-Pong
A discussion on whether you should always keep your eye on the ball when playing table tennis/ping-pong.
Keeping Your Eye on the Ball – A Different Point of View
Taking another look at whether you should always keep your eye on the ball when playing table tennis/ping-pong.
Pump Up Your Ping-Pong Power
Want to increase your power in ping-pong? Find out the secrets of hitting harder in table tennis.
Don’t Walk Away From Ping-Pong – Walking Your Way To Table Tennis Success
Are you a table tennis player who has problems with your knees, ankles or hips? Do you find the pounding of training or aerobics hard on your body? Then you might want to consider adding walking to your training program.
Reach for the Stars! Setting Goals for Table Tennis/Ping-Pong
Guest author Scott Houston discusses goal setting and planning for table tennis/ping-pong.
How To Improve Your Consistency in Table Tennis
Do you have problems with your consistency when playing table tennis? Do you make a lot of silly mistakes? Greg shares his thoughts on how you can improve your ping-pong consistency, and avoiding making unforced errors.
Table Tennis – Should You Train When You are Tired?
Should you do your table tennis training when you are tired? Or should you skip your ping-pong practice when you are pooped?
Table Tennis – How to Become a Success by Failing
Learn how to use your mistakes in training and matches to become a success in table tennis.
Fixing Weaknesses in Table Tennis / Ping- Pong – Don’t Ignore the Obvious Reason
When you are trying to fix a weakness in your table tennis game, make sure that you are approaching a solution with an open mind, or else you might miss the obvious correction to the the problem!
Table Tennis – Overcoming Problems
How to identify, understand, and resolve any problems you have when playing table tennis.
Table Tennis – Getting Out of a Rut
Advice on how to get out of a rut or break a slump in your table tennis game.
How Playing Ping-Pong With Your Opposite Hand Can Improve Your Table Tennis Game
While just about everybody has played ping-pong with their opposite hand for fun, did you know it can actually improve your table tennis?
How To Improve Your Footwork Speed in Table Tennis
Want to improve your footwork speed for table tennis, and increase your court coverage? Find out how to get faster for ping-pong.
Dynamic Stretching for Table Tennis
Should you use dynamic stretching to prepare for your table tennis matches and training sessions?
Training Before a Table Tennis Tournament
Should you train just before a table tennis tournament? If so, what sort of training should you do?