table tennis forehand loop

table tennis forehand loop


STEVE FOSTER:
Welcome to AllAboutTableTennis.com
Today we’re going to focus on the
Forehand Loop
So if you all remember the Forehand Drive
Now take a step back from the Forehand Drive
to give yourself a bit more space for the Forehand Loop
The Forehand Loop, like the Forehand Drive,
is similar, but it’s a slightly longer stroke because
we’re trying to get a bit more
power and spin on the ball
So starting from the Forehand Drive,
just bring the bat (racket) back
Slightly further back and slightly further downwards,
so that you’re starting near your knee
And then, instead of finishing in front of your head
you finish slightly further forward because
you’re getting a bit more speed through the ball
OK. So again, starting with the
weight transfer on the right leg
And then we’re going to push forward a lot more
to get more speed through the ball
OK. So we’re just going to demonstrate that.

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