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Playing table tennis, straight grip, fat fingers hit the ball an instant force, what are the consequ

hzhxw_212262010-02-11 06:01:02 +0000 #1
Recently discovered I have this problem, chopping instant thumb buckle, getting the top post of the middle finger and ring finger tight is not tight in general is simply too tight, the finger is not considered rigid, and other actions such as attacking the ball, pull The ball also has the same problem, may I ask what the consequences of such? Bother you, thank you!
Big Head Sugar2010-02-11 06:16:02 +0000 #2
Hehe - playing table tennis, knowing how to use finger strength is that college students made the (only knows how big arm forced to play no matter how good are of primary school students, arm fat is just force it can only be qualified. know how to instantaneous power made use of the fingers is very hand). . . Finger strength is more common in Pen's hand (pull the ball or the bomb hit afterburner block shot). Or a shake-hands grip backhand attack (Liu Shiwen's backhand is made to use a finger force). . . Of course, formal training tutorials made for the power of the fingers feel a bit heretical (as cross-dozen rejection wrist). But often such non-formal techniques more than the regular tutorials will be surprising results. Can be described as a kind of personal characteristics (try to touch the ball an instant without the use of finger force and

know that the ball is very far). . . Of course, often forced to use a finger (ring finger pressure in the backhand long time will numb fingers). Do not force the proposed common. Peacetime training to attack the ball off arm completely do. Fat finger strength to the exceptional circumstances when the trick cast out.
Dream want to know2010-02-11 06:07:11 +0000 #3
The result is a finger stiffness or rigidity, tremendous harm, not even play. Is likely to beat the back of three fingers, hands shoot top-position-type or inappropriate.
Fat of2010-02-11 07:05:47 +0000 #4
fat fingers not to force, the most important is wrist strength.



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