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Today we will answer a few questions from golfers.
1. I can't hit with forehand on serve and only use backhand. Let's see what problems are.
1. No friction.
2. I can't pedal.
3. Wrong direction of force.
The video is very short, only 7 seconds, and you may not see any problems. The man in blue dress must be you. If you lift it with a left hand strike, it is not called friction. Board . Throughout movement, you can see that there are a lot of table balls that you can't handle a forehand with. The main reason is that your hand setup isn't particularly good, so you're hesitant to use it, but feel like you're more confidently handle backhand, so you just push it.
Rubbing on right is indeed a bit harder for horizontal players to control arc. It requires a good feel in hand. Exercises to strengthen wrist.
(1) Learn to rub
First of all, you must be able to rub ball. You don't have to be very skilled at friction. You have no concept of friction. Your movements are relatively amateur, so first you should learn how to rub ball. forward to send ball.
(2) There must be a centroid transformation
Then there's also a problem with ball's pulling motion. After you've finished pulling, your foot doesn't do a good job of pedaling and spinning.
(3) To move forward
Then move sideways too. I can't give you a good answer. You have to practice from scratch.
Secondly, this golfer said that his feet are fixed there when he plays. Any advice for an amateur player on practicing footwork?
(1) Legs should always be dynamic
Many people don't move their feet when playing ball and their feet are relatively stiff. Therefore, during training, including during games, you should keep your feet in a dynamic state at all times and take small steps to adjust. your body all time. The state of this small step adjustment does not mean that you have to move your legs before move, so you can move less when receiving serve, but your legs constantly make small small adjustment steps during stalemate, so that the body is in a good position. Active will be faster at start.
(2) Footwork Practice
There are many ways to practice footwork. For example, if you don't have a ball machine or coach, you can touch corner of table, practice sliding to touch corner, or practice side sliding to touch edge of table. large angle You can practice basic steps. Then you can also do leg raises or small leg raises. The frequency of small steps on spot is very high, and legs are quickly worked out on ground, mainly for running with legs.
(3) Practice footwork tricks
There is really no skill in footwork, just train more and run more.
If conditions permit, ask coach to send you a few balls more often, and then allow yourself to chase ball to play. During this time, your legs will passively reach forward and you will naturally train slowly.
Ping-pong network organized by Liu Baosheng
November 19, 2023