Many player movements are made in table tennis. Movements are made with our hand-wrist axis, our forearm, our upper arm, our upper body, our waist, and our legs. These movements are made in a coordinated manner in the course of playing the game. The length and speed of the movements vary depending on a number of variables. All this being said, there is one movement that is easier than all the others. In fact, it is the only movement where the level of capability to make this movement is essentially equivalent throughout the many player levels. No other movement may correctly make this claim.