Dr. Neubauer Table Tennis Technique DVD 2008


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User Ratings (3)

Level 6.7   
Advanced (for players up to 2100 USATT)
Instruction 8.2   
Helpful instruction
Slow Motion 6.7   
Helpful slow motion clips
Production Quality 7.2   
Good quality
Overall 8.3 10
Manufacturer Details
Length 96
Instructors Dr. Herbert Neubauer
Released 2008
  • Long pip
  • Chop
  • Chop Block
  • Push Block
  • Counter Attack
Dr. Neubauer Table Tennis Technique DVD

Version 2008! In stock!

This new table tennis technique video in DVD format includes 50 different techniques with Anti-Spin, long pimples with friction, half-long and short pimpled rubbers as well as defensive reversed rubbers.

20 of these techniques are being performed with our new Anti-Spin rubbers Gorilla and Grizzly.

This video is especially recommended for all players using our new rubbers Gorilla, Grizzly, Monster Classic and Boomerang Classic.

The technical strokes are being performed with Alan Cooke (former European vice-champion) and Bastian Steger (Bronze medal at the World Championship and European Champion with the German team).

The total running time is 96 minutes, the price is only EURO 10.00 plus postage.

The DVD is viewable in the following languages:
German and

Reviews (2)

chop  11 months ago

Overall, video covers technique for attack FH and BH (with long pips), and different variations of block with friction-less long pimples. It would be helpful for those players that want to play near to the table (blocker, chop-blocker) There's no information on how to chop in this video, because the main objective is to show how to play with friction-less pimples mainly using block and then finish with attack.
xSQL  on 6/30/2015

good dvd

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