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Messagepar queylotrie » mar. 23 oct. 2018 18:00

Biomechanics: Can ping pong skills be transferred to other racquet sports?

Can Ping pong help me learn tennis? Does the racquet have hurt my tennis game? Can badminton help me to play better ping pong? These types of questions about the transfer of skills between racquet sports come up all the time. The author has some unique login information to help answer these questions. We will look at some similarities and mechanical differences between racquet sports to help answer some of these questions.

To best compare the mechanisms of tennis, table tennis, or other racquet sports requires a bit of basic technique. If you are standing comfortably with hands on either side, palms towards the front, you are in what is called the "anatomical position". If you tilt your fingers off the thigh, maximum about 45 degrees, that motion is called the "wrist abduction." Reverse the small movement that is called the "addictive wrist ". Students kinesiology remember the difference by visufying that the body part is being "more " into the midline, or the long shaft of the body and likes to write the first three letters to the clear. If you have a billiard table available, you just need to buy a ping pong table top so you can play ping pong on the table.

Wrist pose is one of the important differences between ping pong, tennis, tennis court walls, squash, badminton and even fences. Picture a fencer with a saber or leaf in hand pushing towards the opponent. To make the leaf head reach as far as possible, the wrist must be fully added. The wrist posture in the table tennis is almost the same in all other techniques, not only to expand the scope.

In table tennis, the wrist is added to allow it to show the whip in motion toward the front when exposed. Legs, trunks, shoulders and arms begin to move and transmit the energy in what is called the "dynamic Chain". It's the moving chain snaps table tennis like a bullwhip at the ball. This energy from the ground, piercing through the body, then rises to the point when the exposure is actually the most popular, if not all, the sports collision such as football and baseball. Contrary to table tennis, wrist in tennis is usually "ABDucted ".


With the short exception to gaining defenses to get a ball or rise up to serve or break, the wrist posture in tennis is like holding a hammer, much more "ABDucted ". This posture made many things for a player. First, it makes the weight and length of tennis rackets easier because it sits above the vertical hand.
Secondly, an wrist "ABDucted " is a stronger, more powerful wrist posture. It has the ability to resist the high impact force of tennis balls and also the ability to resist high torque of the impact beyond the center. Obviously, the impact force does not exist in table tennis and learning this posture requires a lot of practice and discipline. Unfortunately, as the author has found, that the same discipline of wrist "ABDucted " carefully learn tennis playing better is difficult to dedicate to a party when a person tries to play pong with the wrist "adducted ".

This is the main complaint of table tennis coach, when taught people from tennis, that they must continually remind them to "drop " or "add " wrist. The ping pong coach's own authors are just smiling and just now! In the theoretical author and the actual opinion, it appears among racquet sports, tennis requires the most discipline on the wrist "ABDuction ". Tennis, and probably ping pong, may also require more discipline in its general strokes. Again, some basic kinesiology supplements are useful. Check out blog: Best Professional Ping Pong Paddle - PingPongStart to choose the best ping pong table which is suitable with you.
Because scoring goals for badminton, tennis is too big, racquet acceleration and speed are usually the top priority. To do that, the forearm technique must be very skillful to have the highest velocity. The scoring in table tennis is smaller than in other sports and the maximum racking speed is less important. There are some special cases of paddle serving and beating, but even the points that make up the speed of tennis do not need to bend the wrist.

What does this tell us about the transfer of skills from this sport to another sport? Does this make a racquet sport more easy to learn if you are already accustomed to someone? These are obviously difficult and complicated questions even for a biological mechanics expert in racquet sports, but if we isolate only the differences discussed here, then can find a path to the answer.

When it comes to the rules of the wrist and forearm described above, we may think that it is almost no rule. For that reason, learning badminton, after-school tennis or table tennis is easier. In contrast, there is almost no minimum arm technique in tennis and table tennis.


Beyond its biological logic, this principle was born in the personal experience of the author in racquet sports and over 30 years of coaching. His league experience in tennis volley followed by tennis and seems it's easy to relax the tennis discipline to "cling" to the maximum velocity at a racquet. In these years, many students struggled to play tennis after other sports. In summary, the author recommends that you learn tennis and/or table tennis before branching into other sports that are dominated by arms. If you are a person who likes to play table tennis and play it casual, you will probably be interested in the way How To cleaning ping pong paddle with alcohol. Please check this article.

Jonathan Bailin, Ph.D. Received a Ph.D. in Physiology/physiology exercise while conducting research on the impact on the forearm supported by USTA, while training 9-year NCAA first class tennis at the University of Southern California.

Recently, Jonathan has rediscovered his passion for his table tennis as a child in the basement of his Midwestern house. He realized that this is the foundation for the coordination of the eye/hand, the technique of rotation and love of the game begins. It is a two-sport shame not to be promoted more closely as they share a lot.

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