Learn from the head coach for the Boston Table Tennis Center and 2200-level player, Vincent Liung, and his prime principles to table tennis aerobics.
- You will get a deeper understanding of Vincent's preferred drilling techniques specifically designed to better your consistency in your footwork and backhand drive and step drive.
- Improve your forehand to backhand transition as well as your backhand to forehand transition while in combination with your hop from side to side.
- Get deeper insight on drills that will give you confidence in your attack as Vincent’s drills give you the ability and tools needed to deal with your opponents shots up close so the table.
Learn From The Head Coach For The Boston Table Tennis Center And 2200-Level Player, Vincent Liung, And His Valuable Principles Of Table Tennis Aerobics - As Well As Some Of Vincent’s Top Drills For Some Great Drills For Creating Fluidity In Your Drive Shots And Transitioning
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What Will You Learn?
Vincent Liung is a highly knowledgeable and head coach at the Boston Table Tennis Center. His wisdom and knowledge in table tennis mechanics in this instructional will add some valuable fundamental tools into your game.
Vincent shares some of his favorite drills to gain consistency and rhythm in your rallies and shots. More specifically, this instructional will focus primarily on your side to side footwork, 3 step-drive, 3 step-backhand, and some other transitioning drills for imposing your attack game.
You will come to a much more profound understanding of the importance of repetition in Vincent’s situational drills. These situational drills involve various transitions and opportunities you may find very commonly in matches. Therefore, you will learn just exactly what these transitions and movement patterns are, and how you will be able to apply them.
So, What Exactly Do You Get?
FOREHAND 2 STEP-AEROBIC
BACKHAND, FOREHAND SWITCH AEROBIC
JUMPING SIDE TO SIDE
UP & DOWN SLAM
SIDE TO SIDE CHOP
STEP IN, STEP BACK, PUSH
PUSH & DRIVE
IN AND OUT FLIP
JUMP UP, FORWARD SLAM