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We realize many students joining Table Tennis University will need to brush up on some of the basic table tennis skills...
So, we’re giving you access to this 12-part video series completely for FREE!
In the Basics Mastery course (which is ordinarily worth $97) a young beginner student is instructed in addition to Coach Li’s demonstrations. We've found that watching Coach Li correct some of the common beginner mistakes is just as beneficial as watching him perform the proper technique!
The course is hosted on our fantastic new online platform and covers areas such as;
- The shakehand and penhold grip
- The basic topspin serve (forehand and backhand)
- The forehand and backhand drive
- The forehand and backhand block
- The forehand smash
- And the side-shuffle footwork
You'll find a handy discussion area below each video where you can ask questions and interact with other course members.
There's also the added feature of downloadable training schedules for each of the twelve lessons, to help you plan and structure your subsequent practice effectively.
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This really is a fantastic introduction to mastering the sport of table tennis and we are convinced that you will be blown away by both the quality of our course platform and Coach Li's excellent instruction!
Our Basics Mastery course has been professionally filmed and edited, and features approximately two hours of footage. Enroll TODAY!
Tao Li played table tennis professionally for the Hebei Provincial Team in China from 1985-1991 and won a gold medal at the 1989 Chinese National Junior Championships! In 1995, he began his career as a table tennis coach at the Beijing Jiaotong University in China.
In 2000, he moved to Canada to coach the British Columbia Men's and Women's teams. Presently, Tao is a well-respected NCCP Certified Level 3 coach at the Greater Vancouver Table Tennis Association. He also holds a Bachelor of Physical Education from Beijing Sport University.
StartQuestion 3 - How To Beat Long Pips Players (4:49)
StartQuestion 20 - How to Train Without A Serious Partner (4:09)
StartQuestion 21 - How To Improve Your Forehand Counter Loop
StartQuestion 24 - How To Develop An Aggressive Backhand (4:34)
StartQuestion 33 - How To Attack Deep & Fast Chops
StartQuestion 34 - How To Improve Your Fourth Ball Attack
StartQuestion 38 - How To Block Heavy Topspin Loops
StartQuestion 39 - How To Improve Your Forehand Flip
StartQuestion 41 - How To Third Ball Attack Instead Of Pushing (4:54)