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Okay, the video is live! I probably should have gone over it again. There is at least one grammatical error. Sorry about that. Let me know if anything doesn't make sense. Also, you can really tell this guy is a teacher because the way he talks is just so nice and clear. There were quite a few parts where I couldn't really figure out what Guccy was saying.


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Thank you so much!!ClapClap
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Great video. Thank you so much, mickd. There are so many interesting tutorials in Japanese, normally I try to guess the content, but sometimes it's impossible.

Can you do this one when you have time? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BGe2Mi8-n2g
I know it takes a lot of time so you don't need to translate everything, just the main tips are great enough. I'm interested in what they say about the contact points (base and tip of racket).

and this one as well https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q4mtAFDj54I


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 It would be very helpful to get trasnlated this video of chinese team coach
Lu yuan sen.(wang nan s coach)




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No worries, dual700!

You're welcome, balldance. I'll add those to the list. The second one you linked with the Chinese guy was actually the one I was talking about in my previous post here :)

Originally posted by mickd mickd wrote:

I actually saw another serve video by WRM that looks really interesting too. I saw it before bed so I didn't watch the whole thing, but it was good.

I might get to that one earlier because I found it quite interesting too.

@mykonos96
That's not in Japanese and isn't a WRM video, but the gist of it was the guy had the incorrect weight transfer. He was going from left to right leg. He was told do the opposite and go from right to left leg. That would allow him to cover his forehand easier since after the backhand he's already got his weight on the left leg, allowing him to push off that leg to take a step with his right leg and transfer the weight directly.

When Wakamiya Misako (former world rank 24, part of Japan's 2015 World Table Tennis team) came to the place I get coaching, she also mentioned about that for close to the table footwork. I've always had it the opposite direction, which my coach said is okay when you've taken a step back since you have time and you can get more power.

The video also mentioned being more light on your feet, which is what they were doing at the end with the shadow practice.

If you'd like a proper translation, maybe someone else can take a look at it. My Chinese is okay, but I can't actually check words up in a dictionary like I can with Japanese ha.


Edited by mickd - 05/25/2019 at 7:38am
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