Looking back at TBBA’s Workshop and Supersion weekend on October 5th and 6th, we learned a lot, had a lot of fun and took a bag full of impressions back home. We met players and trainers from Europe’s Western boundaries, like Portugal, France and the Netherlands, across the continent to Germany and all the way to its Eastern borders, like Russia. What is more – we met friends we have not seen for a year! It is this annual get together, that forms one of the highlights towards the end of the year
BailongBall is becoming a trend in the fitness industry and so it also became a natural part of the International Fitness Trade Fair in Moscow. Among many fitness activities, the trade fair also featured master classes on Roliball, Wushu and TaiJi
We want to make BailongBall known to everybody. And so we had some airtime on a local TV station, in Rostock. You can also find the video on Youtube – just search for „Toitenwinkler Augenzeuge“. Among other things, the video covers an annual event by citizens of the city districts of Toitenwinel and Dierkowen. The event is open to everybody, young and old. We had an information booth called „kiss the frog“ and has several presentations and activities for everybody to join in.
As every year, BailongBall players and members of the Taiji BailongBall Association (TBBA) meet for a Workshop and Supervision. For two days, all BailongBall disciplines are taught, practiced and played. Players will be joining from many countries, to include France, Germany, Portugal, Russia, etc. Workshop and Supervision are led by Olga Ardesheva, from Russia. The […]
Are you planning your next vacation? Why not take some fun along… We just experienced how great it can be to have the Bailo handy. Fun in the sun and “having a ball” with Bailo are an excellent combination.
In our new series of blogs, we show you BailongBall Freestyle elements. This time, we show you the horizontal Racket Twirl – a rotation of the racket around its horizontal axis and the ball.
Bailong Ball is a sport that never ceases to astonish the spectators. Once you’ve seen it, you’re interested in trying it yourself. With so much feedback, it’s just fun to play in public again and again.