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big problem!!

Discussion in 'Techniques / Training' started by trapatoni, Feb 3, 2012.

  1. trapatoni

    trapatoni Regular Member

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    last night i play after stop playing for 2 weeks because of chicken pox...for my surprie, my performance have drop a lot, ecspecially my smash and backline shot..how can i improve my game?arggghhh!!
     
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    If you stop playing for a while ( more than 96 hour ), is normal that your level drops, because you lost your timing and your swing will be more stiff ( less speed etc ), which cause your lvl to drop, as long as you start playing more daily, your lvl will go back to base, maybe even higher than before
     
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    It's not your skill that's drop. It's your body that's still recovering after an infection. Just because the chicken pox is gone doesn't mean your body is recovered.
     
  4. trapatoni

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    ouh..ic now..thank you all!! i already start practicing my wrist again..
     
  5. trapatoni

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    will start playing again tomorrow..will switch to steel racket..
     

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