How do children practice table tennis?

After children’s table tennis multi-ball practice, once the movement can be fixed, the coach will start the single-ball practice immediately.

Let ‘s take a look at the basic methods and precautions of single ball practice.

  Basic method of single-ball practice Single-ball practice is equivalent to pairing, except that the coach feeds the ball by means of pushback. Children practice forehand attack or backhand puck, or cross-hand and backhand practice.

Generally, two or three students can have a coach to accompany the practice. This can reduce the child’s practice intensity and avoid the role of rest.

  The single-ball practice is different from the multi-ball practice when the coach feeds the ball, and the strength and rhythm of different people feeding the ball are different. Therefore, for beginners, this is a necessary step and it is growth.The only way to go.

  Children or novices, when they come into contact with the different rhythms of the ball, they can slowly find the feeling of finding a hitting point, and constantly improve their level of table tennis.

  Note for single ball practice During the single ball practice, if there is a change in the landing point of the ball, the practitioner should learn to adjust the footwork to find the ball by himself, and develop a good habit of moving feet.Develop a bad habit of only holding hands.

  For children, it is more important to master the rhythm of the stroke, the correct grip method and frequent foot movements, and the intensity of the practice should not be too large.

  If the multi-ball practice is still difficult, you can continue to correct the wrong movement with the multi-ball.

For example, some children hit the ball to grab the point, and the ball is played without bounce. At this time, you can use multiple balls to play separately, clear the correct position and rhythm of the ball, cultivate the point of the ball in a good rhythm, and establish a sense of ball.