How To Maximize the Forehand Power in table tennis?
How to increase the power of your forehand topspin?
Powerful forehand technique
Chinese table tennis players have a very powerful forehand technique. But why?
I’ve explained this to you in the previous video. That you should use your wrist during the forehand topspin.
You can search on Google “Use wrist in table tennis”. I’ve explained it on my blog pingsunday.com in 2017, 4 years ago.
Some players emailed me, saying
“My coach suggested that we shouldn’t use the wrist during the forehand topspin. Who should I listen to?”
OK. I suggest you just try using the wrist. The most important is your feeling. And you will understand what I mean. It will be the magic moment.
You have no idea. how good quality video is this….after playing for almost 5 years last day, I realized this method..and was quite surprised with my few shots..and today I again saw this video and realize the reason ….last day I made this type of shot without realizing it but I get it…thank you so much…ah the moment of contact and pinch method makes the ball super spinny and speedy ..even my opponent was astonished.
Using the wrist to increase the power of the forehand attack
Here is the answer of coach LEE Jongsan, Korean National Junior Coach. He has the same answer as me.
So, trust me! All of the coaching tips you have seen here are the best way for you to improve your table tennis skills.
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Coach EmRatThich was born in Hanoi, Vietnam in 1983. He started playing table tennis at the age of 8. After finishing his Ph.D. in Paris, University Pierre Marie Curie (Sorbonne University) in 2011, he is now a table tennis coach in a small club in France (about 153 players). Interested in table tennis coaching for a global audience, he founded pingsunday.com, one of the best online coaching programs for table tennis players. Using the Chinese coaching philosophy, his table tennis lessons are free, which allows many table tennis players to improve fast. He can speak English, French, Vietnamese, and a little bit of Chinese.