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Since I can't move, trying to build a stroke that takes the ball earlier. My recovery isn't good though that might be the drill speed. Comments welcome (don't worry, I won't defend myself, just looking to see if anything anyone recommends can help).


I really like it, looks very efficient,precise and consistent with all the critical elements in place (hip thrust, stable elbow in golden point position, fast elbow snap in stable swing path toward the eyes)

Do you have some videos of looping consecutive backspin balls?

I am really curious of how much you have to adapt your form to lift backspin and compare it to my form (think I am doing way too much: too much shoulder turning, large swings all over the place and that I would do much better with more compact and precise form you show in the video)


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LTT88 and DTT22 are now avialable on ttEDGE.com

LTT88 is about using your body on the Reverse Serve. I've seen this content help people in minutes.

DTT22 is about hooking and fading. There aren't a lot of players using sidespin loops these days and it's a real shame.

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Since I can't move, trying to build a stroke that takes the ball earlier. My recovery isn't good though that might be the drill speed. Comments welcome (don't worry, I won't defend myself, just looking to see if anything anyone recommends can help).



The shot is good. You are still using your body, just in a really modified way. It's hard to see with the naked eye but there's a decent amount of LTT79 in there. It's not necessarily about how much you turn and a well timed, short sharp movement can be very effective.

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Does anyone else see the following when trying to visit TTEdge?

The website encountered an unexpected error. Please try again later.
Error messagePDOException: SQLSTATE[08004] [1040] Too many connections in lock_may_be_available() (line 167 of /home/ttedge/public_html/includes/lock.inc).


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Does anyone else see the following when trying to visit TTEdge?

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I watched the two new vids with no trouble earlier today.

In the ZJK video linked to from LTT 88, is he serving side-backspin? If so, how is he able to get backspin with his paddle so vertical?


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An awkward attempt to implement the shot from part 83 of the Learning Table Tennis Series.



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fastmover wrote:
An awkward attempt to implement the shot from part 83 of the Learning Table Tennis Series.



Actually, not so awkward. I like the little left hip forward turn at the start. I think this shot is good enough and should continue to improve.

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An awkward attempt to implement the shot from part 83 of the Learning Table Tennis Series.



Actually, not so awkward. I like the little left hip forward turn at the start. I think this shot is good enough and should continue to improve.


Cool, I will keep practicing with the robot and try to do some match-like practice. Strangely, I feel like the timing is similar to cross-step footwork. First backswing, then movement and redirection of the momentum into the shot.


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Does anyone else see the following when trying to visit TTEdge?

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I watched the two new vids with no trouble earlier today.

In the ZJK video linked to from LTT 88, is he serving side-backspin? If so, how is he able to get backspin with his paddle so vertical?


The website seems to be working okay.

It looks like he is mixing up the spin because there's definitely some topspin in there. You can hit down on the ball with a fairly open face and still get backspin.

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Am I using legs on the reverse serve properly? Especially when placing it down the line.



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Am I using legs on the reverse serve properly? Especially when placing it down the line.



Your right hip isn't spinning into the ball to initiate your forward swing.

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LTT89 and DTT23 are now available on ttEDGE.com

LTT89 is about using your body correctly on the backhand serve.

DTT23 is the extension of DTT21. Elite players use DTT23 very often.

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Funny I was practicing using the hip on my backhand serve 10 minutes before the video came out. Adding the hip movement has made a big difference to the effectiveness of the serve and I am winning more points than few weeks ago to the same players.


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Funny I was practicing using the hip on my backhand serve 10 minutes before the video came out. Adding the hip movement has made a big difference to the effectiveness of the serve and I am winning more points than few weeks ago to the same players.


For many players, the backhand serve is a good place to start using the hips well. It's more intuitive than some of the forehand serves.

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I like DTT23 a lot in place of a three-point fh drill. I'm going to add that and a bh-middle-bh-fh static drill into my practices this week.


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