Tag Archive: Ping Pong

May 29

Podcast with Ben Larcombe

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Ben Larcombe and I connected a while ago even before the infamous Expert in the Year Challenge Video came out. If you haven’t had a chance to check it out, watch it now. Since then, Ben created an incredible medium for table tennis players to acquire additional information. Tips, technique, suggestions, experiences, lessons, you can …

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Oct 11

Testing Ross Leidy’s Masterpiece!

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Its nice to have friends! Especially the ones you never have met in person but merely conversing on the forum. But, you do get acquainted in a most special way and develop a bond and before you know it, good things happen. In my case, I was contacted by Fatt, a member from MyTableTennis.net forum …

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Aug 07

Anatomy of a Table Tennis Blade

There was a poll on myTableTennis.net (http://mytabletennis.net/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=52243&PN=1#645392), where players were asking about what type of a blade thickness do most players use. This inspired me to write up my knowledge on the blades. I don’t quite experiment with equipment and basically wrote up what I know about the blades. Please feel free to correct me …

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Mar 28

Table Tennis Book Libraries

When I decided to write a book, I spent some time researching what kind of books actually exists for table tennis. Obviously I found quite a few on various table tennis web sites. Amazon provided another list, however the list of books was quite small. Books that were published in the years before the internet …

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Feb 23

One Month’s Reflection

“Breaking 2000″ has been out for exactly a month today. I wanted to say thank you for all of the support and all of the feedback. This month was quite difficult and involved as I was trying to get the information about he book out, as I continued to work on my website, and as …

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