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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Wealth Knowledge From One of The Best Minds in The Sport 30 mai 2009
Par A. Gottlieb - Publié sur
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A disclaimer before I get started: I know Richard McAfee personally, he's been my coach for about 16 months. In that time he's turned me from a complete beginner into an 1800 player. More important than rating points though, coach has given me a lifelong love for the elegant sport of pong. The man has spent over 40 years playing with and coaching elite players around the globe. In talking to him and reading this book one gets the sense that he's broken down and analyzed every stroke he's seen in that time.

That attention to detail and nuance have made this book an excellent resource for the aspiring pong player. Make no mistake: table tennis is not an easy sport, to master the intricacies of the various strokes takes dedication and hours of practice. The instructions and diagrams in the book clearly illustrate the mechanics of each stroke, and the drills get you on your way to mastering them. I've found these drills invaluable for improving me serve and backhand.

If you don't live in Denver and can't get personal coaching from McAfee this book will go a long way towards improving your game.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great resource for beginners and intermediate players 6 juillet 2009
Par L. Rose - Publié sur
Richard McAfee's new instructional guide, Table Tennis Steps to Success provides straightforward advice for beginning and intermediate players and their coaches. Coach McAfee covers basic technique and strategy, and provides detailed drills. Each stroke is illustrated with photos and diagrams that highlight correct technique. Common technique mistakes and corrections for each are highlighted. Each new stroke introduction is followed by a drill that helps the player use it in a game situation. A key feature of the book is that each drill includes scoring criteria that help the player track their progress and find their own relative strengths and weaknesses.

The chapter titled Using the Five-Ball Training System presents a well-rounded set of drills designed to mirror common game situations. Each drill includes a diagram, and points out key elements for success at the drill. Any player below the 2000 level who is armed with a table, a practice partner, willingness to work and a desire to improve can use this section of the book to become a better player.

Along with the instructional material, McAfee includes some information that other books have left out: a concise history of the sport, a section on unwritten rules and etiquette, basic stretching instruction and injury treatment. Coach McAfee also describes common styles of play, including the traditional strengths and weaknesses of each. A section on serve tactics includes suggestions on which serves to use against each style. The book concludes with an excellent section on how to get the most out of tournament play.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Good for beginners 1 juin 2009
Par C. Bryan - Publié sur
This book is great for me. I don't know much about table tennis except that my boyfriend loves to play and really wants me to get some game. I can't afford coaching and he's too much of an impatient jerk to teach me. Now I've finally found a resource that will let me develop into a passable player and earn his respect.

What a great book, the drills have already made me able to hit the ball over the net consistently and I can't wait to get to the more advanced strokes. I'm still a rookie but with this book on my side I envision beating my arrogant boyfriend soon.

Thanks coach!!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Better than I expected 13 avril 2011
Par Rock - Publié sur
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I play competitive table tennis at a club in town. I'm about 1250 rated, but I'm a glutton for information and I digest stuff quickly. I really liked his teaching on one of the left sidespin serves and I learned how to (properly) do a flip off the short bounce serve. I learned some basic steps for footwork. Some of the things I knew, but never really consciously thought about it. My friend who is about 1400 commented in amazement, "You learned how to do that since last week just by reading this book! Wow!" This book has several good drills and even though it's not too advanced it really teaches you how to actually master the basics. No kidding! I liked this book alot and definitely think it's worth it no matter how advanced you are.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Learn the Modern Attacking Style 16 juillet 2009
Par H. R. Hicks - Publié sur
An excellent book for beginning and novice players wanting to learn the modern attacking style of play. Also has some information that can be of value to more experienced players. Explains footwork, strokes, understanding and imparting spin, and returning serves. Gives training drills for developing basic table tennis skills. Gives history of the sport not included in many other table tennis books.
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