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    Posted: 10/27/2020 at 4:48am
Here are 8 practice drills. I hope they give you some training ideas and encourage you to practice! Let me know what you guys think.

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Nice video Clap good to see the players playing a nice consistent rhythm and a controlled pace to try and  get some extra quality on the drills.  Also good to see training partners having a nice work ethic as well. I see a lot of players going crazy fast rushed speeds in drilling then in a match situation revert to default. 

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Thanks for sharing. I'm not yet able to do these with my lockdown partners, but one day I might.

I noticed the camera started to shake as the players jump around.
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Originally posted by pitigoi pitigoi wrote:

Thanks for sharing. I'm not yet able to do these with my lockdown partners, but one day I might.

I noticed the camera started to shake as the players jump around.

Yea I know the camera shake is really annoying. The club has very flexible floors, so it’s difficult to prevent the ground from bouncing. Still looking for a way to fix this
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Thanks BZDZ great little training video for a intermediate and even high level players
as ghostzen said, good to see the players not trying to make it too hard for each other
 I think these drills will also help players with controlled blocking in real game situations

I also don't like videos where there is too much talking, so your brief explanation and then the boys are into the drill, is really good

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Originally posted by smackman smackman wrote:

Thanks BZDZ great little training video for a intermediate and even high level players
as ghostzen said, good to see the players not trying to make it too hard for each other
 I think these drills will also help players with controlled blocking in real game situations

I also don't like videos where there is too much talking, so your brief explanation and then the boys are into the drill, is really good

Thank you


I appreciate the kind feedback. Speaking from personal experience, blocking in drills definitely improve your reaction and touch. Feel free to share this video or any others on my channel with TT friends :)
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Nice video! Yes these are some good drills. I wish I had such cooperative partners tho xD, usually for me it's like whole table reaction blocking if I was blocking....
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