Great-Britain ITSF Official Training Centre - Tuesdays

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Great-Britain ITSF Official Training Centre - Tuesdays

Post by LTFC » Sun Jan 30, 2011 2:08 pm

Hello Foosballers,

I happy to announce Tuesday will be the dedicated trainng day in the London Table Football Centre.

BOOK A TABLE ON FREEPLAY (unlimited balls) FOR ONLY £5 per HOUR

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Black Zone: 2x Tornado
Red Zone: 4x ITSF Garlando
Green Zone: 3x ITSF Roberto Sport
Yellow Zone: 4x Fireball
TOTAL: 13 TABLES

- 120 min Group training sessions with Steve Lyall (check calendar)
- Personal trainning session with Mike Amsden

For more info please email: info@londontablefootball.com

LONDON TABLE FOOTBALL CENTRE

London Trocadero - 7 -14 Coventry Street, W1D 7DH
Piccadilly Circus underground station, Exit 4
Direct entrance from tube station!

Telephone: 020 7434 1866

http://www.londontablefootball.com/

Opening times:
Monday Closed
Tuesday - 2pm to 10pm
Wednesday - 2pm to 11pm
Thursday - 3pm to 11pm
Friday - 3pm to 12am
Saturday - 3pm to 12am
Sunday 3pm to 10pm
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Re: Great-Britain ITSF Official Training Centre - Tuesdays

Post by Simmo » Sun Jan 30, 2011 2:26 pm

LTFC wrote:
Isn't it suppose to be:

Friday - 3pm to 12am
Saturday - 3pm to 12am

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Re: Great-Britain ITSF Official Training Centre - Tuesdays

Post by LTFC » Tue Feb 01, 2011 10:59 pm

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Table Football/Foosball/Baby-Foot requires many different forms of skills as well as mental strength. Practice makes perfect, and you can only improve by playing with more experienced foosballers. Why is this? At each match -challenge you learn the opponent’s techniques and have to integrate them into your game. Until you do so, you will just keep getting beaten, because they know something you don't. There is no other way but to progress technically...

"By taking lessons you save hundreds of hours of practising, by learning how to execute proven competition and tournaments techniques from the start and get results instantly."

Be introduced to the codex of shots & passes and will be able to score goals at a higher rate with controlled skill. Discover how to use the magic “stick angle” the pros use when passing and catching the ball. Learn the necessary body stance - set-up which make your shots crisp & quick. Improve dramatically your game all round by learning directly from a member of the Great-Britain National Team participating in International Table Soccer Federation World Cup events.

What is the International Table Soccer Federation (ITSF)? “An Old Game, a New Sport”

Training Coach: Steve Lyall - G-B National Team player
2 hour beginner/introductory session schedual:
Table: 4x Fireball (freeplay)

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5 mins - explanation of the rules
5 mins - Q&A

10 mins - theory and demos - what you're trying to achieve on
each rod, basic defence principles
5 mins - Q&A

15 mins - ball control - exercises (pinning, tic tacs,
catching, absorbing etc)
5 mins - Q&A

10 mins - break

15 mins - shots - theory behind a controlled stopped shot
- push, pull, push/pull kicks, tap bangs, pins, snake
5 mis - Q&A

15 mins - passes - theory lane/wall
- brush, chip, stick
5 mins - Q&A

25 mins - practice matches, more demos if required

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Re: Great-Britain ITSF Official Training Centre - Tuesdays

Post by frogater » Fri Feb 04, 2011 2:30 pm

Fools and money are easily parted :D

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