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 Full loop
by Gark 14 years ago
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by Dave 14 years ago
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by Gark 14 years ago
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by ZoranV 14 years ago
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by Dave 14 years ago
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by rolly 14 years ago
 Re: Full loop
by Gark 14 years ago
 Re: Full loop
by rolly 14 years ago
 Re: Full loop
by Gark 14 years ago
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by rolly 14 years ago
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by D 14 years ago
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by Dave 14 years ago
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by rolly 14 years ago
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by D 14 years ago
 Re: Full loop
by rolly 14 years ago
 Re: Full loop
by D 14 years ago


The following message (subject: Re: Full loop) was posted by rolly, on 7/27/2005 7:45:40 AM:
gark,
i'm a looper for years now, but i,m telling you that it is very DIFFICULT to describe it for you to understand fully;unless i can demonstrate and teach it to you personally.however,my best description of it is it's like spinning an inverted bicycle wheel;with the steeering handle bars standing on the ground.you position yourself alongside the inverted wheel facing it,spin it on top with your loose hand,letting your body to face forward as you follow the brushing motion that your doing to the wheel.if you are doing this to the pingpong ball,aim the brushing contact of the racket at the tip;simultaneously aiming also at the tip of the net.the best time to" topspin" the ball is at or below table level.maintain at least one arm or farther distance from the table if you want to deliver powerful loop swings without overshooting the table.
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