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1/3 Three keys of generating forehand offensive power in table tennis

1/3 Three keys of generating forehand offensive power in table tennis


Today’s topic It’s three keys Is a technical movement problem Simple Our coach table tennis fans Often encounter technical issues The three keys is to solve the problem in our forehand stroke In order to solve we can grasp the new technology as soon as possible In order to solve we can quickly understand Outstanding players, especially the top players’ advanced skills Then three keys can help you solve these problems in a short time Before explaining 3 keys We first unify our understanding In other words What is technical action All technical actions, whether correct or wrong, are technical Are all using the force of muscle Instead of Standardized posture so three keys are pursued Reasonably use muscle force Get a solution therefore If we can grasp these methods as soon as possible You can quickly solve the problem I will specifically explain Three keys what are the three keys? The first key is The torso drives the limbs Because what we call rational technology moves reasonable technology and use of muscle force, First Human-friendly Human biomechanical force The biomechanics in our human body has a pattern that our body leads our fours limbs. All four limb movements are achieved under the leadership and guidance of the body we The first one The key that our body leads our four limbs is the basic force of our strokes We can stroke the ball from one side to another side of ​​the table First of all we need to use the power of the torso Then I’m here to talk about what to do We use forehand serve as an example we torso means the part of our body without our four limbs and head When we are hitting the ball, we need to tow the paddle. This time it should be the torso drive Backwards is what we usually say turning back to tow the paddle When we are ready to stroke the ball, we should be able to use our torso to tow the paddle It is same as turning waist to tow the paddle It is how to use our torso to drive our four limbs Our movements of tow paddle and stroke determine the direction of hitting the ball Then we can make a simple example We put the ball over there This ball is still now I will keep my arm still to see how far the distance the ball will move if I only use my torso’s force Tow paddle and stroke This is the power of the torso Let’s do it again Tow paddle and stroke At this time, my arm doesn’t not move but the power from my torso I have done has already made a goal. This is the basic use case The normal problems are in our forehand hitting the ball especially in Problems in elementary teaching That means when we have a shot Not torso Still an arm Burrow Often we will do this kind of action hitting ball This is the motion arm drives torso You put the focus on your right leg At this time, actually your torso is not turning backwards Therefore, when you are When your center of gravity goes to the left, you are doing motion Your forward force is not enough Let me do another demonstration If I say I use now There are often problematic actions to teach forehand hitting ball It is tow the paddle to drive our torso, Center of gravity moves to the right leg and we will Pedaling the ground and turning the waist And our center of gravity moves to the left leg, During this process, where goes this power? This is not move forward I will compare this two movements Right The first movement is using your torso to drive your four limbs. Turning drives tow the paddle Then the next turning is for stroking This ball just goes to the diagonally position If I try to move to the right leg, If we use our four limbs to drive our body Will this happen? I did not move when standing in the situation Then pedaling the ground and turning This is an inconsistent result to the direction of our stroking because you did not only use the power of pedaling the ground, just the power of the shift center You finally moved because of something it couldn’t move forward anyway Either to the left or to the top and so The first key is to solve your problem of using basic force The basic force of forehand hitting the ball It goes forward It means that you give it a impetus to cross the net So this is the first key Usually we teach some children during the teaching They made a lot of mistakes in their arm movements So first we need to check if its torso action is correct Check to see if the action is correct first check Whether the order of his force is correct or not? Whether is torso drive four limbs, or the four limbs drive torso? If we check him out They are correct Sometimes they cannot do this, since they feel hard when twisting He doesn’t know how to twist. The reason is that when he is preparing He makes The center of gravity is between the two feet At this time he can only twist his shoulders His ankle we usually say this twisting is to refer to your hip joint This ankle can’t do huge turning Everyone knows that If you want to turn it must have only one center In order to fully drive As we said the correct position of using your torso to turn your four limbs is to make the center of gravity on the left leg This is to make the left leg as center so as to turn your body When you are hitting, move to your right leg and turn it to turn it up. If you put that center of gravity It’s hard to turn in between the two legs You cow shoulders So the problem that often arises is that he Not able to drive the torso Tow the paddle and stroke The reason is that he will not turn Well, it’s just because he can’t find a center It’s hard to twist if you don’t have a center This is the first key to solve the problem So I put this method for everyone if you are a coach or you want to comprehend To master a simple offhand attack on a forehand you first check that he is his force Is the sequence is correct? Whether it is backwards Whether the or hitting the ball, are they all drove by torso? When you adjust this order, you can see if his torso moves If you can’t turn around, if you can’t turn it, you’ll have to check his Is the center of gravity on the one leg? In the middle of his middle voice song, he could not make a twist This is the first key Now Are we using a surface case to drive a limb to explain a Complete use case behavior of a forehand attack First we divide the hitting ball into three stages The first stage It is The torso turns or we can say using our torso to drive our body In order to turn it more fully, we should The body’s center of gravity is as good as the left leg. At the same time, the right leg can adjust the position at any time to find the ball This is the time when you can find the position of the ball, this is in Phase 1, next Phase 2 You move the table to the right leg and you make the center of gravity as your right leg Forward turns This process is the force process. The reason why the ball can fight or force is completely This stage This is what we would call the camp that will be ranked in front of the camp. The former is also in this home when the earth has detached from the board or our strength you do When flying as a ball, we should quickly move our focus to the table The left leg makes it easier for that inertial movement Stopped if I don’t move to the left leg it will turn to the head Continuous attack so we re-do it again One stage of post-teaching mass transfer led the camp to phase 2 center to right leg You can also use the power of the shaft to apply force to the power you want to make The third day of the earth forged ball shot to avoid the total tone to the left leg 80 this gray is too used to see this stopped Xiamen to book a demonstration of master Gong Cute now watching a few players before kicking The use case is still the hip that he is looking forward to seeing him forward But after the ball leaves the paddle, his center of gravity moves to the left When speaking, its focus shifted to the left leg and stopped his movements. Inertia Now we see before the hitting the transmission technology and the front went in. With the inertia, we keep move our paddle If you move the center of the gravity to the left leg, you stop the thing or he will not see the inertia. It will effect your continuous hitting You see In the previous period, the balloon used our first key area to drive the limbs. What I talk about is how to use the power of torso and trying to beat the ball. Where did this force come from? Then you sent it to the right leg where others came from your torso. Your torso turn forward so that the force will be made on ball. The ball can be pushed cross the net We push the ball cross the net This is the part of our hitting the ball that is going forward. The ball left the paddle and the center of gravity move to the left leg by the inertia Transfer center to the left leg This time due to the left leg support the center of gravity, it will be able to prepare for next continuous attack For this three parts this is part 3 Next we demonstrate an exemplification of multiple balls by master Guo How we produce the force that allow ball to cross the net? We won’t do a complete motion, but only the motions in phase 2 At this time, mast Guo only has a forward motion Put him in front of him before he puts forward to produce the force Look from behind to see if you see this power His center of gravity didn’t turn over but he already politely scored the power to go forward. It’s very crucial that he completes his actions at this time His inertia makes entire motion become smooth The gravity moves to the left leg During the process, he made a completely forward strength The front arc is very good here and the problem is easy to occur at this time is You haven’t hit the ball when you come to your center and pass forward with your right leg. Then the center of gravity moves to the left, so it will make your ball below the net This time you look easy to finish because your center is because you passed it Your strengthen to move forward not enough so that it makes the ball easily below the net We are going to use the first key to explain forehand attacking motion such as inverted, smash, and drive ball. What we have just done is this kind of normal attacking motions. Now if I want to pull back the opponent’s arc or smoke ball How we use the torso strength? Since the opponent smash ball is powerful and attackable, it is easy to go out of boundary Forward forward and use paddle a little bit to make ball cross the net It’s a synthesis motion of using both of your strength and your opponent’s force to against him It is same as using torso to tow the paddle We let master Guo to do a demonstration The motion of move forward a little bit is before the motion that driving the paddle Everyone took a look at his torso, it has the motion of lowing down and pressing the ball. By lowing down the torso, it drives the paddle The second key is called the adjusting force (Go and to watch the next video)

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