#Sports is my passion#


I like to play Table Tennis.

Table tennis, the indoor game, also known as ping-pong, is a fun and exciting sport loved by millions of people around the world. It is a game that requires a combination of skill, strategy, and physical fitness. 

For me, playing table tennis is a great way to stay active, stress relieving, and helps to make new friends. However, managing your passion for table tennis can sometimes be challenging. 

In this blog, I will share my experiences with my passion for playing table tennis. I  think whoever likes to make table tennis a passion should take the following steps ;

Set Realistic Goals 

One of the most important things, I do is to set a realistic goal.  Being a sports-loving person it is essential to have a clear idea of how much time I should spend each day playing the game. Being a senior citizen, I should avoid excessive exercise to keep fit. 

Find a Training Partner 

Playing table tennis is a lot of fun, but it is challenging to improve skills on its own. 

I have a  training partner who is younger than me and at a similar skill level. We usually practice together and challenge each other and this way improve our skills.

Take Care of Your Body: 

Playing table tennis requires physical fitness and endurance.

My fitness routine includes a healthy diet, getting enough rest, and staying hydrated. 

 Yes, I take care of my body and stay fit to keep my passion for this sport.  

Practice Mindfulness

Like any other sport,   Table tennis is a high-intensity sport, and it requires to have patience and cooling of our brain to stay in the competition.

To manage our passion for the sport, it is important to practice mindfulness. This means to learn being in present and focus on the game, rather than worrying about the outcome. 

Yes, I also practice mindfulness off the court, by meditating or taking a few deep breaths before a match.

Learn from Failure

Losing a game or making mistakes during the game can be frustrating, but it is also an opportunity to learn and grow. 

Yes, to manage our passion for table tennis, it is important to embrace failure as a learning experience. 

 After every loss, I analyze what went wrong, get feedback from my training partner, and work hard on improving my weaknesses.

Take Breaks: 

Playing table tennis is a lot of fun for me, but it is also important to take breaks at certain intervals. Overplaying can lead to excessive burnout and the chance of injuries. 

I take a day off each week to rest and recover, and to keep things fresh and interesting. 

Friends, any game keeps you fit and happy. Managing my passion for playing table tennis is all about balance.  By taking care of things as mentioned above we can enjoy the sport while avoiding burnout.

I think table tennis is not just a game, it’s a lifestyle activity. With dedication and hard work, we can continue to improve our skills and enjoy the sport. 

Please see this video of playing TT :

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15 replies

  1. It’s great that you’re maintaining your passion for sports at this age!! enjoyed the blog.

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  2. Wow you guys are aggressive with the table tennis! Ha!

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  3. Age is just the number. Thank you for encouraging me and many others..for pursuing passion, for sports too.

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  4. Keep enjoying your passion Super KV!!
    Sending some explosive vibes.

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