Basic Footwork in Table Tennis

Basic Footwork in Table Tennis



Hi ako Alois Rosario mula PingSkills at ako
Jeff tuwid at ngayon kami ay pagpunta sa makipag-usap tungkol sa Basic na galaw ng mga paa . Sa Table Tennis karamihan sa iyong mga kilusan ay patagilid
kaya ito ay talagang mahalaga upang makakuha ng mga kilusan na tama. Ang ilang mga pangunahing bagay na kailangan mong
isipin ang tungkol ay siguraduhin na ikaw ay pababa mababa sa iyong pangunahing handa na posisyon . Sa sandaling ka
ay sa na handa na posisyon ito ay isang bagay na ng paglipat ng patagilid na may alinman sa isang maliit na jump
o isang shuffle . Ang pinakamadaling paraan upang matutunan ang mga pangunahing kaalaman sa paglalaro ng mga paa
ay upang gawin ito dahan-dahan at isa bola sa isang pagkakataon. Kaya ako pupunta sa feed ang bola out isa-isang
oras upang Jeff . Simulan namin sa hit , jump , hit , tumalon sa
posisyon at hit . At ako ay nakahahalina ang bola sa bawat oras na upang bigyan Jeff sapat na panahon upang makakuha ng
ang kilusan tama. Sa sandaling sa palagay mo tulad ng iyong kilusan ay tama, pagkatapos ay maaari mong simulan upang
pindutin ang bola patuloy na , kaya ito ay isang hit … at tumalon . Pindutin at tumalon , pindutin at jump , pindutin ang
at tumalon , pindutin at tumalon . Ang iba pang talagang mahalagang bahagi tungkol sa paglalaro ng mga paa
ay upang siguraduhin na kapag ikaw ay pagpindot ang bola na ikaw ay tumigil , kaya ngayon sabihin
tumuon sa paglipat … itigil … pindutin ang … ilipat … itigil … at pindutin . Ilipat , itigil , pindutin ang . Ilipat Stop Pindutin . Ilipat , Stop ,
Pindutin . Ilipat , Itigil ang Pindutin . Magkaroon ng isang pagtingin sa Hayaan ito sa mabagal na kilos nang paisa-isa . Kaya ito ay hit , ilipat, itigil , pindutin ang . Ilipat , itigil ,
hit , Ilipat , itigil . at pindutin . Bakit ba talagang ito ay mahalaga na huminto ?
Dahil kung hindi ka tumigil pupunta ka sa upang maging sira-sira ang isip kapag naka- making na
stroke at pagkatapos ito ay magiging mahirap upang mabawi ang para sa susunod na bola . Kaya maaari mong makita na sa tuwing Jeff ay pagpindot
ang bola ngayon ang kanyang mga paa ay tumigil siya ay nasa iposisyon at pagkatapos siya ay gumagawa ng kanyang stroke . at
Jeff ay maaaring gawin ito napakabilis na . Kaya ang galaw ng mga paa kilusan ay tinatawag na isang kaladkarin ang mga paa
basa- ngunit sa katotohanan ito ay pinakamahusay na kung ikaw ay tumatalon sa parehong mga binti sa parehong oras . sa iyo
ay napansin na ang lahat ng mga pinakamahusay na mga manlalaro sa parehong gamitin ang kanilang mga binti sa parehong oras . Na nakuha nila
ang kanilang mga paa bikaka tuhod baluktot at ito ay halos tulad ng mayroon sila ng isang pamalo sa pagitan ng kanilang mga
tuhod at ang lahat na ang nangyayari ay na sila tumalon patagilid ganitong paraan at patagilid na paraan .
Kung sa simula ikaw ay sa paghahanap ng mahirap upang gumawa ng kilusan na maaari mong gamitin ang shuffle
hakbang upang makarating doon ngunit sa katotohanan gusto ko sa iyo sa pagsulong mabilis sa paggawa ng mga jump at
hit , jump at pindutin . Kung nahanap mo na ang mga kapaki-pakinabang na ito aralin upang matuto
ang iyong mga galaw ng mga paa pumunta sa PingSkills.com at matuto isang buong maraming higit pa tungkol sa Table Tennis .

39 Replies to “Basic Footwork in Table Tennis”

  1. It would have been more helpful to show some backhand shots as well and the footwork change from switching between forehand and backhand, similar to a real game situation.

  2. I'm lacking footwork though I play quite well. This lesson will be helpful to resolve the issues. Thanks Coach!

  3. Your actaully helping me a lot because im entering a Milo Summer clinics class and you are helping me alot!! thank you so much

  4. This is a cool video. But the description of Alois is different from what Jeff is doing. Jeff is doing some kind of "prep motion bounce" then doing the shuffle step. It would be great to have a description of this. I understand the shuffle step, but I want to know what Jeff is doing right before the shuffle… it's some kind of pivoting rotating motion.

  5. Are there different footwork drills I must learn if I play chinese penhold short pips flat hitting on forehand.. and rpb inverted on backhand?

  6. Greetings from Brazil! I want to thank you for the amazing work, it's helping me a lot. This playlist (Strokes & Techniques) is teaching me everything in table tennis.

  7. Great to hear. The key is to learn the basic strokes. Being quite tall can be an advantage with your reach. I'd suggest going through the Strokes & Techniques videos on our website.

    Good luck! If you have any more questions, try the Ask the Coach section on our website.

  8. Especially if this is a backspin serve, it is hard to attack it. You are often better off returning this ball short and low to stop them from attacking and hopefully you'll be able to attack the next ball.

  9. If you are a forehand oriented player, this is not such a bad thing. As long as it is only a little in front and you can still play your backhand comfortably, it is OK.

  10. Footwork makes all the difference. However I find it the hardest thing to learn somehow…
    I always keep my left foot a bit more in front of my right foot (righthanded player) and do all strokes whit that stance. So I only have to worry about the sideways movement. Works well for now! 🙂 But maybe not ideal…?

  11. Good question. Try and get an opponent to place one ball shorter and one ball deeper. Then you can practice moving in and out.

    Try asking some questions on our website under the ask the coach section. There we have more room to answer your questions.

  12. I think footwork is often underrated in table tennis, because people are always thinking all of the emphasis is on your upper body. They get extremely surprised when I tell them to focus on their footwork. Different contributions considered are balance, form, and power when you focus on footwork, and I think a lot of amateur players would improve exponentially if they focused on it more. Plus, have you seen the professional players' legs?! They're like tree logs!

  13. wow compared to your previous version of this video, the audio amd quality of both the lesson and videos have improved dramatically!! 🙂 keep up the good work guys!!

  14. Thanks, this is the most important topic for me at the moment. A lot of things happen after landing because jumping messes up the position :
    – remember to check the ankles/feet orientation according to the stroke after landing otherwise you risk knee injury
    – stopping doesnt mean your are *well* balanced, there is a core (abdominals) body building thing going on, it's important to reposition the torso correctly, because it took a lot of acceleration. I'm rather tall and this is an issue.

  15. Hi Alois, I am also a left handed and I have some problem related to footwork. Normally I serve from the side of the table exposing the table on my forehand. After serving I move slightly inwards to cover the whole table. When the player returns the serve with backspin on my forehand corner out of the table I go for the attack with the topspin, but its very hard to be in the position while hitting because I am very close to the table after serving and I am still moving while playing the shot.

  16. Guys, you both need proper table tennis shoes. 🙂 The ones you wear are intended for running or maybe walking but not for table tennis. Such shoes for running as yours have thick sole and low adhesion and both these properties are not good for TT.

  17. Thanks! Xu Xin does have awesome footwork. However there are a lot of players with great footwork. Maybe you can ask that question on our ask the coach section of our website and we can see what other people think?

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