Coach Samson Dubina US National Team Coach 4x USATT Coach of the Year
 

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Table Tennis Mental Test

Take the Quiz then Watch the Video!

 

Mental Test
By Coach Samson Dubina
Rate Yourself 0-10 On Each Question
 
 
 
First, take the 10-question test!
Next, watch the video!

 

Pitfalls of Anticipation

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Rehearsal

NEW Article by Samson Dubina and quotes from Lanny Bassham

 
 
 
 
 
 

The Talent Trap

Fixed Mindset vs Growth Mindset

 
 
 
The Talent Trap
By Jim Thompson
 
Carol Dweck of Stanford University, Author of Mindset: The New Psychology of Success, has identified 2 distinctly different mindsets of most coaches – the fixed mindset and the growth mindset.
 
 
Fixed
The first is the “Fixed Mindset,” in which an athlete sees ability as set.  Either you have talent or you don’t.  Either you are smart or you aren’t.  This mindset is a dead-end because whether you succeed or not is determined by something totally outside you control
 

Play Smarter and Win!

Three Real Examples

 
 

Situational Ethics

Brand New Video - By Samson Dubina

 

Top 10 Ways to Make Improvements This Year!

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Top 10 Ways to Boost Your Level THIS YEAR!
 
There are some short-cuts that you can do for a quick improvement in your game right now, some elements that you can improve this year, then some aspects that take 5-10 years to fully develop.  In this article, I’m going to talk about mid-range improvements that you can make during the next 12 months.
 
#1 Time-Management

Root of the Problem

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Root of the Problem
 
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.”
 

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