Table Tennis is underrated and quite frankly overlooked sport. But to the players, coaches, and other fans alike, it is a major and oftentimes, influential part of their lives. And for as long as recorded history, whenever you want to know more about a certain subject or variety of subjects, the best way to do that is to read a book (or several) about it. If you’re a table tennis enthusiast like any in the world, or if you’re just a curious onlooker, here’s a composed list of a few of many of the best books about table tennis found in some local libraries.
100 Days of Table Tennis
100 Days of Table Tennis by Samson Dubina is a calendar-based improvement guide to sharpen your skills in table tennis. Dubina is a professional who is willing to pass on the knowledge, skills, and techniques that he acquired over the course of his own career to anyone who wants to learn and grow Everything from different strokes to complete training exercises is included and covered every day for 100 days.
Get Your Game Face On Like The Pros!
This book by Dora Kurimay takes on a more mental and almost philosophical approach to table tennis. In doing so, it provides a program regulation that applies not only at the table but off the table. This book addresses the psychological aspects of the sport that adds a much-needed balance when coupled with other physical improvements. Breaking 2000 Breaking 2000 by Alex Polyakov details his journey on achieving his goal of reaching a United States Table Tennis Association rating of 2000 points. There is much to be learned from his story and account of the trials he faced and many players face in their career It is especially aimed at players who would relish in achieving the same goal.
Table Tennis Tactics for Thinkers
What the book is about and who it’s for is all right in the title. But to expand, Table Tennis Tactics for Thinkers by Larry Hodges is another book that works more on a mental side of things. By applying the tactics mentioned in this book to the techniques and training you’ve learned from other sources, it will be the icing on the cake for any table tennis player It is a more than necessary read for any table tennis player seriously interested in winning. Bounce, The Myth of Talent and the Power of Practice This book by Matthew Syd is arguably the most popular table tennis book of all time. It is an essential read when it comes to finding out what it takes to be a champion. It is not only crucial to understanding the game from a players perspective, but also mindset altering to coaches as well.y yourself.