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Improve your game with Coach Samson Dubina!
We are proud to have Samson as part of the Paddle Palace family. In recent years, Samson has achieved many titles while traveling to Europe, Asia, and throughout North America competing in nearly 400 tournaments over the last 20 years. Currently Samson is training, competing in tournaments, coaching the top players in the state of Ohio, and is now coaching the top players in America as a US National Team Coach.
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True or False Question: One must play against better players in order to improve?
It is possible to improve your table tennis game even if you don’t have ideal training partners. In this article I suggest TEN ways that you can maximize your table tennis game under poor training circumstances.
By Samson Dubina. During the last month, I have played four table tennis tournaments. After each competition, I analyze my game in detail about what went right and what went wrong. In this article, I want to share some of my victories and some of my struggles.
ICC’s Table Tennis Center, host of this weekend’s JUIC International Junior & Cadet Championships, was the site of a unique 3 day pre-tournament camp headed by ICC Head Coach, Massimo Constantini. Twenty campers, 11 from foreign countries, participated in the camp.
To improve your table tennis game you’ll need to make your practice sessions more effective. In this article, I’m going to ask you many questions about your game. Once you’ve answered them, it will be easy for you to design and write a “practice plan” detailing what you need to do to improve your game.
JUIC International Junior and Cadet Championship
Nov 5-6, 2011
What are the advantages/disadvantages between large and small head blades? Answer by: Samson Dubina, Rated 2461, 2009 US Men’s National Finalist. Generally, larger head table tennis blades are heavier and smaller head blades are lighter. The close-to-the-table attackers often use small blades because they are easy to maneuver for serve,…