Table tennis is a great way to stay healthy, and an excellent option for elderly people to stay sharp, fit and avoid heart diseases, Alzheimer and others. Table tennis has been called the best sport for the brain. It is excellent for developing hand-eye coordination, quick reflexes, losing weight and building muscles, all of which are important for children and aging adults.
Unfortunately, in Brossard, the only place to play ping pong is a narrow corridor in Antoine-Brossard school, no club, no coaches, only a few good tables and a very crowded place. But here is the good news: with the efforts of some ping pong lovers, and the help of the people of Brossard city hall, finally, we’ve succeeded to have the new Brossard table tennis club. Now, we hope to see the club flourish with table tennis lovers.
The club is open 4 days a week: Tuesday from 6pm to 8pm, Friday from 6pm to 8pm, Saturday from 6pm to 10pm, and Sunday from 11am to 3pm and from 5pm to 7pm. We have excellent competition-quality tables, good lighting and plenty of space, as well as a great atmosphere for learning and practicing at all levels.
You will be directed to join a group which suits your level of play. The maximum number of a group is 9 players plus a qualified coach who will accompany and guide all the members of the group during a session of two hours. Rackets are not provided. You must bring your own, and join us.
Brossard Table Tennis Club: upper floor of the Sport Center of Antoine-Brossard School (3055, Rome blvd.). Brossard Servicard is required; first trial visit free. For more information: Mohamed El Alfy, 450 676-6876; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mohamed El Alfy, table tennis coach