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    Posted: 03/18/2016 at 9:52am
Do they actually train kids to do this (trainer), to serve balls in TT centers?
I don't see CNT members using ball machine, so is this a real job?
if they use chea kid labor, then those center like in Hebei is charging too much:)Confused


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Actually I think anyone should learn how to feed multiball, may be not as this pace or accuracy.
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Originally posted by The soul of rock The soul of rock wrote:

Actually I think anyone should learn how to feed multiball, may be not as this pace or accuracy.
x2, that is normal; making a big deal out of nothing LOLLOLLOL
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Yes, it is a real job in China.  However my understanding from my visits there is that most of the people who do it are ex-players and I can't say that I know from personal knowledge if they train people from a young age just to be multiball machines.  One thing I notice about Chinese coaches I see here in the US (the ones I know being mostly former province team members) is that they are all amazing in their ability to deliver multiballs; perhaps not as good as this kid but not far off. 

It seems amazing, but then again, think about how many basketball coaches (including assistants) there are at all levels in the US (from middle school to the NBA).
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I agree, it's a good skill to learn and teach. Especially if you're serious about learning and coaching. It does take quite a bit of practice to learn how to feed properly. 

I have trouble maintaining good timing and rhythm. Also being able to place the ball accurately. Noticed most of the local high level coaches perform like machines. 
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If learning faster depends on being exposed to more quality balls per minute then all kids should learn to feed so they'll take care of each other's faster progression.
We could add legs and hips work to the feeding job with the bucket on the left of a right handed kid so he picks up the ball at the end of the follow through and on the table drops the ball into the back swing.


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Those who are interested tin watching the original video from wangho (formerly known as coachtt123) here it is:




NOTE: We mentioned this video a few times over the years.


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Originally posted by jrscatman jrscatman wrote:

I agree, it's a good skill to learn and teach. Especially if you're serious about learning and coaching. It does take quite a bit of practice to learn how to feed properly. 

I have trouble maintaining good timing and rhythm. Also being able to place the ball accurately. Noticed most of the local high level coaches perform like machines. 
Actually, I have a feeling that the skill can improve yr tt skills too LOL
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Not only kids, even adults feed multiball as training partner. 
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I remain convinced that 2 serious practice partners would support each other better for a faster progression if they learn to feed multiball routines.

I think in clubs they should have group lessons where kids are required to learn feeding multiball but in USA it would probably be seen as not so good for their kids even though the idea is very simple: more quality balls per minute.

I am not sure how we can defend the idea that feeding also help our touch and control.
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Originally posted by fatt fatt wrote:



I think in clubs they should have group lessons where kids are required to learn feeding multiball but in USA it would probably be seen as not so good for their kids even though the idea is very simple: more quality balls per minute.


I don't know what they are doing other places, but all our kids in Alameda can feed multiball. We teach multiball feed in our adult and kids beginner classes.


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