Recreational Ping Pong Tables
Recreational Ping Pong Tables are Designed for Your Home or Business
If you are looking to bring a ping pong table into your home, office, or entertainment venue then the Li-Ning recreational tables are the perfect option for you. When deciding on what kind of ping pong table is best for you, there’s a few simple considerations to make such as who is going to use it, how often and where the big games are going to be played. Most likely you want a ping pong table for your family’s personal use, or perhaps your business has seen the research on how ping pong boosts employee morale and output, so you want to start hosting Friday afternoon tournaments at work. The recreational ping pong tables are built to take the rigors of amateur play on its ¾-inch (18 mm) heavy duty particle board top. That’s also why these ping pong tables are popular choices for bars and recreational centers.
You probably already have a space picked out, which is great, just lock the four sets of caster wheels in place and, along with the black powder coated steel legs, your ping pong table will be stable enough to handle game after game. However, if you need to move it into temporary storage the wheels on the undercarriage make these ping pong tables easy to roll away. If you do plan to store your Li-Ning ping pong table, be sure to keep it in a room temperature surrounding. If you move it into a garage or shed, your ping pong table won’t come out the way it went in. The temperature change will cause the wood to expand and contract and could negatively impact your table’s level playing surface.
Ping Pong Tables are Popping up From Man Caves to Office Break Rooms
Some studies suggest that table tennis has more participants than any other sport in the world. For this reason, many human resource departments at modern companies have placed ping pong tables in the break room of their businesses, expanding on the notion that the game should be played only at home. They say ping pong helps bridge the gap between nationalities and creates a stronger work bond between employees. A recreational game of ping pong lasts less than 10 minutes, which means you still have time to eat lunch and return to your desk after a game. Ping pong also encourages fitness, socializing, and competition. Companies who bring ping pong into their offices believe it helps workers stimulate their brains thereby encouraging strategic thinking.