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Originally posted by TheCoach TheCoach wrote:

Maybe this will be interesting:
http://www.ttdrills.com
I am amazed at how difficult it nowadays to watch youtube videos of players practicing those drills. If you google "falkenberg drill table tennis" you see a lot of diagrams but I bet there are Japanese, Korean and Chinese non English sites that offer the treats in a video and that would just be enough.
Can anybdy post links of English or non English sites where table tennis drills are performed?
The reason I am asking is the footwork is essential in those drills and no diagram can do it as efficiently as a good video.
 
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In the drill 57 you have an example of such video (with link), however as you mentioned there are difficult to find on Internet and sometimes are Copyright protected. I’m thinking of making for each drill a short video but this is a huge project to do.

Before this I’d like add more drills and also physical exercises dedicated to for muscles that are essential for TT player.

 

The diagrams are normally enough for a coach to run drill, but for others, I agree, it could be some challenge. You can always take video of your training session and make analyze of it. It will help to correct mistakes. But you should know (or have reference) how footwork should looks like.

 

If you make it, send to meSmile. Also if you can find something interesting on YouTube pls. give me a link. I will post on ttdrills.com site.

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Two German Sites:

E-Learning with Lucjan Blaszczyk --> http://www.spingate.de/
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E-Learning with Vladimir Samsonov and Tiago Apolonia
but to go there, you need an free Account.
--> http://mytischtennis.de/community/elearning

both sites are in german language.


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Originally posted by fatt fatt wrote:

Originally posted by TheCoach TheCoach wrote:

Maybe this will be interesting:
http://www.ttdrills.com
I am amazed at how difficult it nowadays to watch youtube videos of players practicing those drills. If you google "falkenberg drill table tennis" you see a lot of diagrams but I bet there are Japanese, Korean and Chinese non English sites that offer the treats in a video and that would just be enough.
Can anybdy post links of English or non English sites where table tennis drills are performed?
The reason I am asking is the footwork is essential in those drills and no diagram can do it as efficiently as a good video.
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nD04UQiZsyw&t=1m54s this is the real deal. when I can be consistent doing 20 cycles of that drill with no mistake I'll call myself 'on the rise'.
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thanks for the links...helpful for us newbies...:D
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