Coach Samson Dubina 2016 US National Team Coach 2015 - 2018 USATT Coach of the Year
 

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Samson Dubina Table Tennis Academy

Hours, Rates, and Directions!

 
We are now open!  Check out the SAFETY INFORMATION and join us today!  
First Time is FREE!
 
 
 
2262 South Arlington Rd Akron, Ohio 44312
Phone: 330-949-9230
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.SamsonDubina.com
 
Monday 4-10pm
Tuesday 4-10pm
Wednesday noon-6pm
Thursday 4-10pm
Friday 4-10pm
Saturday noon-6pm
 

4 Tips to Improve Your Performance

Play Better in Tournaments NOW

 

The Table Tennis Mind

Conscious vs Subconscious Mind

 

 
 
 
 
 

Nittaku Ohio Open

NEW Tournament Rules

 

3 Reasons!

3 Reasons Why My Parents Wanted Me to Play Table Tennis

 
 
 
 
 

FREE Robot Training Tips

Check out the NEW Power Pong Robot!

 

 
 

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Training at Home

Check out the NEW Power Pong Video

 

 
 
 
 

New Year's Resolutions

by Samson Dubina

Check out Samson's Full List of New Year's Resolutions...
 
 
 
 
 
 
New Year’s Resolution #1
Become a better listener.
Spend less time talking and more time listening.
James 1:19-21

Squeaky Clean & Opening Soon!

Coming Back Stronger

 
 

Re-Opening January 25!!!!
 

Squeaky clean and newly renovated, the Samson Dubina TT Academy will be ready to open this Monday! I would like to thank my pro shop managers Tim and Joe for doing an awesome job at the facility while we are closed! I can't wait to see it!
 

Root of the Problem

Are you looking for it?

 
 
 
 
 
Unless you can find the root of the problem – your problem with persist and you will continue losing.  I often ask players why they lost a specific match.  They often respond with…
 
“It was a bad match.”
“I was just off.”
“I didn’t practice enough.”
“My opponent was on fire.”
 
When I ask for specifics, some have no answer, while others somewhat give generalities like…
 
“I missed too many backhands.”
 

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