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Maximum Forehand Power

Courtesy of JOOLA USA

Written by Nan Li

Professional players know that the loop is a whole body shot. Recreational players often make the mistake of looping with just their arm involved, which robs them of power and quick, snapping contact. To generate maximum power on your loop, your legs and torso need to be involved as well. Start with your legs bent, and the waist rotated. Your arm is relaxed and in ready position to turn with the waist. Focus on moving the body as one, with the motion beginning in the legs. The waist then rotates into the stroke, and lastly the arm whips into and through the ball. Involving your whole body in this way will improve your power and help lift your game to a new level!


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