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5 thoughts on “[(Table Tennis)] [ By (author) Richard Ernest McAfee ] [July, 2009]

  1. says:

    I refer to this book all the time while I prepare for teaching my students The book is very easy to read and has plenty of pictures and diagrams to visually explain the concepts This is the only accessible Table Tennis book I ve seen that breaks down the steps that lead to a better performance.


  2. says:

    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.


  3. says:

    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.


  4. says:

    This book gives a comprehensive treatment on the technical aspects of the game For each new technique it teaches there are exercise s which help you master the technique Reading through this book and doing those exercises have definitely improved my game greatly It has definitely taken me a few steps closer to success This book caters to both penhold and handshake users There are illustrations and explanations for handshake though well look at the cover , this slight bias did not matter for me that much as most of the underlying mechanics to the various strokes like the loop are similar between PH and SH I got my coach to fill in on some of the finer details concerning PH strokes.Although I feel that the best way to improve is definitely to find a good coach, this book will make a great suppliment training and practice guide in between coaching sessions.


  5. says:

    I am a member of a small table tennis club 15 or less members , and everyone who has read this we have shared it has learned something from the book It is a well organized, practical, and as much as is possible to write about a visual sport, helpful The guy obviously knows how to coach if I could live in Denver, I would definitely try to get some coaching time in from him But I digress, back to the book, he has numerous useful photos showing various skills and how to practice certain drills to make you proficient All of our group loves his picture on serves it shows a wheel and the angle of the paddle coming up from the wheel to give the proper angle for the paddle to come up to make contact with the ball You have to see it to understand it Anyway, it s a good book, well worth the money if you are in the lower or middle range of table tennis skills.