Sport Videos Advanced Table Tennis

Sport Videos Advanced Table Tennis Training DVD
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User Ratings (2)

Level 3.0   
For novices (players up to 1200 USATT)
Instruction 5.0   
Slow Motion (not rated)
Production Quality 4.0   
Average production quality
Overall 5.0 10
Manufacturer Details
Length 50 mins
Instructors Eric Owens, Christian Lillieroos
Released 2006
  • Grip
  • Timing
  • Technique
  • Consistency
  • Playing with and against Long Pips
  • Five-poing Training System

Take your skills to the advanced level with the help of Christian Lillieroos and Eric Owens.
This highly informative program presents the techniques, training methods and playing strategies needed to become a champion. Among the topics covered are: grip, timing, technique, consistency, playing with and against long pips rubber sheets and the five point training system. This DVD is a must have resource for any intermediate to advanced level table tennis player.

Christian Lillieroos is the former coach at Texas Wesleyan University. He is certified by USA Table Tennis as a National Coach. He was nominated USATT Coach of the Year for 1997 and 2002. Eric Owens is a multi-time member of the US Table Tennis team. He is a US Men's Singles Champion, Pan American Gold Medalist, North American Doubles Champion, and four-time College Men's Singles Champion.

Reviews (2)

JonathanJ  on 11/27/2010

Not for the "advanced" level player at all. Don't get me wrong. There are a few helpful pointers provided by this video. But I would only recommend this DVD to beginner-level players <1000. It might be significantly useful up to 1200, but I wouldn't go beyond that. Great overview of basic points though :)
ppgear  on 10/21/2009

I didn't like this DVD at all. I found it very elementary, not "advanced" as advertised.

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