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

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Devastate the Long Pips Blocker

Learn the details!

 
 
 
 
 
 

Middle-Aged TT Training

By Coach Joe Ciarrochi

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Middle-Aged TT Training
By Joe Ciarrochi
 
We all know TT is widely played by a variety of people both young and old at many different levels. Most use the game as a fun activity while hanging with friends and family.
Many who've played consistently have most likely visited a club near them at one time or another where they found friendly competition as well as challenging matches.
 

Tactical Analysis

A Brief Study of Harimoto

Devastate the Offensive Chopper

Read the Tactics!

Devastate the Offensive Chopper

How to Beat China

Check out this Video

Blocking Footwork

Check out a clip from one of the weekend clinics

Bad Strokes?

Discover the REAL Problem

 
 
 
 
Wang:  Hey Bob, how are you doing this tournament?
 
Bob:  This is the worst I have ever played!  I haven’t touched a racket for two weeks then on my first match that long-pips guys messed up my stroke and now I don’t know what to do.
 
Wang:  Well, let’s practice.
 
After the practice…
 
Wang:  Yeah, you aren’t on top of your game.
 
Bob:  My strokes are terrible, I’m just not looping the ball like I used to.
 
 
 

New Website

Check out the Equipment Reviews!

 
 
PongHero is a site dedicated to providing reviews and information about table tennis equipment. Our goal is to provide unbiased reviews and information to help readers make informed decisions when making a purchase.
 
Check it out!
PongHero.com

5-Year-Old

Fiona learning about control, footwork, and placement

Balls

The Common-Sense Way to Adjust

 
 
 
 
Winning tournaments primary consists of playing your best while adjusting your tactics based on your opponent’s strengths, weaknesses, and overall playing style.  The last thing that you want to be doing in tournaments is adjusting to strange equipment.  If you want to play your best in the next tournament, please, please, please, do this one thing for me…
 
Practice for at least 2-3 weeks with the tournament ball!
 

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