Do you have a table tennis robot? Is your robot training boring? Yes, possibly, if you are knocking the same ball into a machine for 6 hours/day. What can you do to make your robot sessions more interesting and more effective for your improvement during this lockdown?
In this new coaching article, I'm going to briefly outline 11 things that you can do to make your robot sessions at home more effective! Try them out and let me know what you think!
13-year-old Jacob has been working hard all year at the Samson Dubina Table Tennis Academy and at home! Even during the lockdown, he was training daily with his dad, with his table tennis robot, and running up to 5 miles/day. Back at the academy, he worked hard at the Ohio Mega Camps making daily improvements, and now his work is paying off.
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.
As I lead the team here at the Samson Dubina Table Tennis Academy, I would really like to get some quick feedback from you. Could you spare 60 seconds of your time to take a 4-Question-Safety-Survey for me? (click the link below)