Swing like a Master on the Table

Although the Eastern world has continued to command the sports of table tennis, that doesn't mean players in the West don't have a chance to be just as great as any of the all time champions. Coach Tao Lee is bringing his secrets to the West.

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Burnaby, BC (PRWEB) January 13, 2007

Any level of player will surely benefit from any of the three DVDs specially prepared by Coach Tao Lee for table tennis enthusiasts: Basics Table Tennis, Forehand Smash Mastery, and Forehand Loop Mastery. Coach Tao Lee has decided it is time the rest of the world know how to play great table tennis.

In the Basics Mastery DVD, Coach Tao Lee guides students step by step on eliminating common rookie mistakes and building an arsenal of table tennis skills.

This first disc includes detailed instructions on the proper grip, position, and footsteps in table tennis. The second phase involves a detailed and actual explanation about the two primary moves in table tennis: forehand and backhand. Shots will be taken from all sides of the camera for players to determine if what they're doing is correct.

The second DVD he is releasing is the Forehand Smash Mastery DVD. Here Coach Tao Lee teaches students all about unleashing power in table tennis. The sport of table tennis is generally seen as a gentle one but there are times where calculated and well delivered aggression puts a player in advantage

A forehand smash is a simple but powerful move. It may seem easy to do at first glance, but this move actually requires precise timing and movement. In this DVD, all of coach Tao Lee's techniques and philosophies regarding this often poorly performed move are explained.

The third and final DVD in this release is the Forehand Loop. In the Forehand Loop Mastery DVD, Coach Tao Lee intends to take his players to the next level by introducing them to this critical and advanced technique. Unlike the forehand smash, the forehand loop has many dimensions to it and can be effectively modified in order to adapt to anyone's playing style or game.

Mastering the forehand loop involves a variety of steps, all fully explained by Coach Lee. This DVD first teaches how to master the skills of brushing and ball control and then moves on to the next stage, teaching numerous variations of the forehand loop.

These DVD's are designed with any user in mind which means they all provide step-by-step details on every technique included.

Coach Tao Lee is even offering the set at a special introductory price for consumers. For more information please visit http://www.tabletennismaster.com

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