Robots vs Returnboard

Training devices for the table tennis training in the club or at the own Tischtennist are robots and returnboards. They allow you to improve your table tennis technique and condition.

Table tennis robot

You can play balls with variable rotation, placement and speed. Each ball is answered in one fell swoop. Then comes the next ball, etc.

Tabletennis Returnboard

The player enters a ball change with a ball. The return board gives the training partner who blocks the ball back. A change of bale comes when rotation, placement and tempo are well coordinated. Whether they succeeded, they showed the feedback of the returning ball. This feedback makes the learning effect on the returnboard bigger than on the robot.
I will describe to you the possibilities and advantages of this new table tennis bend training method.
You can then select your "personal returnboard model"
 

Feedback
The FEEDBACK is unique in returnboard training. The board, by the way the ball bounces, gives a clear "visual indication" on the quality of the previous stroke.
The newly developed training devices enable a varied training by:

Feedback on ROTATION
Feedback on TEMPO
Feedback on PLACEMENT
Feedback on the BALLFLUGHÖHE.
 
timing
A stable technology on the return board can only be achieved by good timing.
"Good timing" means a sensitive beat performance.
It requires a sensible coordination of tempo, rotation and placement according to the training task set.
The set training task can be varied by choosing the block angle in the degree of difficulty.
Closing the block angle means that the following bale change is to be played at a faster pace than in the previous task.
With good timing, good return balls can be created for a challenging bale change.
The same punch is wanted in this training.
Good timing is the training goal for these ball changes.
 
Return stability
Closing the block angle increases the pace of Topspin rallies.
The trainer initially selects his training block angle according to his playing level.
If he closes the block angle, he should play with a stronger rotation so that the return over the net edge comes back to his own table half.
For example, a stronger rotation can be generated with a larger wrist joint.
If then 5 fast ball changes with 5x good wrist set and 5x good footwork constantly several times are realized, then this indicates of "very good return stability".
A good RETURNSTABILITY on the RETURNBOARD provides greater safety in the point play for fast rotationally strong TOPSPIN-RALLYES.

Using the visual FEEDBACK, the returnboard training facilitates the coordination of speed, rotation and placement, and through an improved timing of TOPSPIN rallies with increased RETURNSTABILITY.
 
My motto:
Train your table tennis technique and have fun with your favorite sport!