Table Tennis – Vegetative training

Vegetative training for Table tennis players

Vladimir Samsonov Rio Olympic 2016 – Supported by Vegetative training

How can we get more biological vitality available for a Top TT player without using medicine, touch, talking, monitoring, machines or traditional training?

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Bernadette Szocs – supported by vegetative training 2019

In the new reality, we see the TT players adaptive physiology saturated with a history of emotional load and suppressed biological vitality – limiting performance. A new potential that can be transformed into vitality and performance.

A TT players range of velocity, anticipation, reaction time, mental strength/focus, coordination skills, and rapid decisions are regulated by his/her performance grid.  (the homeostasis)  This grid is connected to all adaptive functions with a lot of inner disturbance that limits the top performance of the organism.  Through traditional training, there is small movement and improvement comes slowly. (usually, the strong limiting structures cannot be removed with traditional training.)

To unlock more potential of a TT player we open up his inner performance grid. Put it in tremendous movement so the inner adaptive dynamic transforms and limiting structures start dissolving.  After each session, the system body re-organizes itself at a higher level of functionality/vitality.

 

In my opinion, it is the imperfect/lacking contact with basic and spontaneous biologically determined movements that characterize the  TT player. This contact may be more or less disturbed, but it is always disturbed. Now we can start to remove the disturbance.

 

After about 1-2 weeks with Vegetative training, any TT player will be at a higher level of performance.  This is unavoidable as the limiting structures transform to new performance  So it does not matter how good a TT player is.  It also means the player will have stronger long time development potential..  Reach levels not possible without the method. Unbelievable but true.

The method is not mental training, physiotherapy or any touch, talking or using machines.

The method is an incredibly powerful way of putting the homeostasis (performance characteristic)  of an organism in movement, so as to support an in-depth transformation of its dynamic. One session about 45 min. Every session will gradually improve all functions of the organism. Improvement starts centrally in the organism and partly through epigenetic mechanisms spreads peripherally to all other biochemical, physiological, somatic, emotional and cognitive processes.

Here some of the players who have experienced the transformational power of Vegetative training 2016-17.

More info on Vegetative training see link.

https://vegetativetraining.wordpress.com/2016/04/01/what-is-vegetative-training/

darko jorgic

Darko Jorgic – Slovenia . Bronce  Stag 2017 European Under 21  Feb 2017  http://www.ittf.com/tag/darko-jorgic/

sanchi

Francisco Sanchi – Argentina  – No 2. Junior World tour Circuit in Spain , 20th May 2017. http://www.ittf.com/2017/04/28/impressive-performances-argentine-medal-hopes-much-alive/En

top spin

Top Spin Center – Bad Aibling – Germany -April 2017  –  Top Junior Players from Argentina – Brazil  with trainer Thomas Wetzel

Felix wetzel

Felix Wetzel.  Germany U15  No 1 double, No 2 Single Deutsche Schülermeisterschaften March 2017:.   German National Team U-15, The Kronprinz of Table tennis.   World Cadet Golden Series Table tennis in Poland 27.May 2017
WETZEL Felix – RINDERER Daniel for Germany Team event,   seeded no. 6 got Silver.

 

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