Table Tennis Master Forehand Loop Mastery

Table Tennis Master Forehand Loop Mastery Training DVD
Approx. $ 30 USD
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User Ratings (9)

Level 4.1   
Intermediate (for players up to 1600 USATT)
Instruction 6.8   
Helpful instruction
Slow Motion 7.0   
Helpful slow motion clips
Production Quality 4.8   
Average production quality
Overall 8.3 10
Manufacturer Details
Length 75 mins
Instructors Coach Tao Li
Released 2007
  • Slow Loops
  • Loop Drives
  • Loop Kills
  • Counter Loops
  • Various Drills
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How would you like to master the forehand loop? FAST!

Imagine... being able to execute deadly loops, just like the pros!

The forehand loop is the most dynamic and powerful shot in table tennis, and this DVD reveals everything you need to know to master it with ease. By following the techniques you will...

  • Discover how to perform slow loops, loop drives, and loop kills like a pro.
  • Control the pace of the game at will, and throw your opponent off with ease.
  • Master the counter-loop and never again collapse under the pressure of an aggressive attacker.
  • "Beef up" your arsenal and destroy the competition with lethal third, fourth and fifth ball loop attacks... your opponents will be devastated by your relentless offense.
  • Develop a "killer instinct" and increase your confidence to initiate the attack.
  • Annihilate your opponents with vicious sidespin hook and fade loops.With this killer DVD as your guide you'll master the forehand loop faster than you ever thought possible. It's practical, simple, and the most cutting-edge loop training available today.

Have a Chinese Master as your coach

It's no secret that the Chinese dominate the sport of table tennis. They train long and they train hard - and are known as the most disciplined players in the world.

So if you want to get good fast... doesn't it make sense to learn from a Chinese coach who's "been there"? Who's trained and competed with the BEST?!

Born and raised in China, Coach Tao Li has been a student of table tennis all his life...

He was a first class professional player for the Hebei Provincial Team in China for many years and was also Head Coach of the Beijing Jiaotong University Table Tennis Program.

Presently, he's a well-respected NCCP Certified Level 3 Table Tennis Coach in Canada.

Because Coach Li is such an experienced player and teacher... what you are about to see can be QUICKLY "absorbed" into your muscle memory. You get "full on" training that will have you unleashing killer loops as fast as possible. The material is easy, simple and brutally effective.


Reviews (6)

JonathanJ  on 11/27/2010

Now, this DVD teaches at an elementary-intermediate level, but it would be a good addition to collections of players even above 2000. It is neither difficult to master or understand. Its best points are that it includes many drills to develop and maintain good looping and looping form. This will serve as a great training for beginner-intermediate level players and a useful reminder for already proven players, >1800, I'm being generous :)
Anonymous  on 10/11/2009

This DVD was well put together. It's basic style is to demonstrate the basics of the stroke and then provide the viewer with many many different drills.
James E.  on 7/9/2009

I definitely learned a lot from this DVD. It is very thorough in teaching the stroke. It has lots of good drills to try to get better.
ppgear  on 10/27/2008

This is a great training DVD, much better than others, because it focuses on Looping only for the whole DVD, so it really get in-depth on this stroke. It has lots of slow-motion clips, and then gives many different drills that you can do to continue training your loop. Also, it starts out with some basics, so it's also good for beginners, but continues into the intricacies so it can help higher level players in the 1800-2000 rating level as well. Great product!
greg  on 10/25/2008

For an absolute beginner this is a very nice tool to learn a proper forehand. If you are rated above 1700 usatt, this is NOT for you. A 1500 player should know these strokes already, and a 1700 usatt player would not be rated 1700 if they did not know these strokes. The production quality is not very good. Other than having a Chinese coach, everything else is poorly done. The lighting is bad, and the video was shot using a consumer camera.(also the slow motion is pixely) I wouldn't mind this, if the price of the video was $5 or $10 bucks. But it's $30 dollars! All in all, if you're a beginner this may be good for you. If you're an intermediate player, think twice about getting this.

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