Author: Chris

Thought of the Day: Passion in Sport (SERVING)

I’ve always enjoyed racket sports. Tennis, squash, badminton, table tennis etc… even Volley Ball, while technically not a racket sport, it contains a lot of similar elements of game play. But for me, the SERVE has always been the most interesting part of the game. That initial delivery of the ball into play where every prior serve is recalled, patterns of behaviour have formed and expectations are set, then changed. Readiness is tested by the receiver and control/strategy is executed by the deliverer. Over the course of a match, all the stops come out as in every opportunity the...

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Table Tennis (Ping Pong) Tips, Tricks, Techniques, Strategy & Tactics

There is just so much to practice when it comes to any kind of racket sport that it’s a big job to narrow it down to just a few good “tips” or “tricks” that you can use to get the greatest improvement from your game. But, if you’re in a pinch, and you’ve gotta play a grudge match against your brother or uncle after many years being out of practice, here’s my list of best table tennis advice to focus on before and during the match.  (I’ll be adding to this as I discover more, so if you’ve got...

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How To Play Table Tennis (Ping Pong) – A Complete Guide

Table Tennis or Ping Pong? First thing’s first.  Table Tennis is the same thing as Ping Pong.  Ping Pong is just the commercial/brand name for the game.  Originally the International Table Tennis Federation was going to be called the International Ping Pong Federation but since it was trademarked they needed to find an alternative.  Ping Pong was simply the most recognised brand at the time.  It’s still widely used and is considered synonymous with Table Tennis.  But I’m sure there are puritans who insist it’s “Table Tennis” but it’s really not worth arguing the point.  Same game, same rules....

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Ten-Pin Bowling Tips For Beginner, Intermediate & Advanced (LEARN HOW TO BOWL)

“The ten men brace themselves as the boulder hurtles their way. They are standing in a triangular fashion with 4 men at the back, 3 in front, 2 in their front, and one braving it in front of them all. The highway isn’t that long for the boulder, and as it closes in on them, they resign to the fact that they can’t move or run from it. They all shut their eyes tight and hope to survive the ordeal for the umpteenth time that day. But the boulder shows no mercy as it collides into them, sending them...

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