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Table Tennis Active Club (Term4), Monday evenings 5:15-6:15pm @ Welford Village Hall

Table Tennis Active Club (Term4), Monday evenings 5:15-6:15pm @ Welford Village Hall

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A Table Tennis programme for Y6-11 School aged children (aged 10-16). The programme is designed to develop  the basic skills needed to play Table Tennis at a social level. 

If you are new to Table Tennis and book for the full 5 weeks you will receive a free gift.

Spaces are limited to 12 per session due to table limitations at the venue.

Table tennis, also known as ping-pong, is a popular sport that offers a range of physical, mental, and social benefits. Here are some of the key benefits of playing table tennis:

  1. Physical Fitness: Table tennis is a fast-paced sport that requires quick movements, agility, and coordination. Regular play can improve your cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength, and overall physical stamina.

  2. Mental Agility: Table tennis is not just about physical prowess; it also demands mental focus, concentration, and quick decision-making. This can enhance your mental agility and improve your ability to think on your feet.

  3. Hand-Eye Coordination: Playing table tennis improves hand-eye coordination, as players must track the ball's trajectory, judge its speed, and react quickly with precise racket movements.

  4. Reflexes: The fast-paced nature of the game helps develop quick reflexes, which can be beneficial in various aspects of daily life.

  5. Social Interaction: Table tennis is often played in a friendly and social setting, making it a great way to meet new people, bond with friends and family, and participate in group activities.

  6. Stress Relief: Engaging in physical activity, such as playing table tennis, can help reduce stress and improve your mood due to the release of endorphins, which are natural mood lifters.

  7. Joint Health: Table tennis is a low-impact sport, making it easier on the joints compared to some other physical activities. It can be an excellent option for people looking for a more gentle form of exercise.

  8. Brain Stimulation: The strategic aspects of table tennis, such as planning shots, anticipating your opponent's moves, and adjusting your gameplay, stimulate the brain and can improve cognitive abilities.

  9. Fun and Enjoyment: Table tennis is a fun and entertaining activity that can be enjoyed by people of all ages and skill levels, making it an accessible way to stay active.

  10. Flexibility: Regular play can enhance your flexibility, as the sport requires a wide range of movements, including reaching, bending, and stretching.

Overall, table tennis offers a combination of physical, mental, and social benefits, making it an excellent choice for individuals looking to stay active and enjoy a recreational sport.



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