Dart Coach - Training Aides Continued

The second training aide is something I created after going to a carnival and playing the ring toss game. Having a laugh as you do playing carnival...

Darts Coach-Useful Training Aids

There are two training aids I use which stems from the way I was taught to play. In this post I will outline the first.  In the beginning, my coach...

Darts Coach-Mental Game Training–Part 3

In the last post we ended in a thick spot…..so let's pick up again. Practising in a conscious state of awareness regarding your technique is how w...

Darts Coach-Mental Game Training–Part 2

Hi all, this week's tip is a direct continuation of Part 1  published in a previous post. Shutting off the conscious mind is difficult for several...

Darts Coach -The power of suggestion

Progress with my game for me can be attributed to understanding how my brain works - well when it comes to darts at least. More often than not, we ...

Darts Coach -Get some S.M.A.R.T goals

Progression – Left foot, right foot. This session will go through the progression phases we go through as we strive towards our ultimate goals. I ...

Three practice games to improve your average

Let's kick off the first discussion with a rundown on practice routines. Everyone has a theory about the best routine, however, like everything els...

Consistent Shooting

By Warren ParryConcentrate on your approach. One of the key things to shooting consistent darts is approaching the board the exact same way every t...

Shot Darts Tips - The Push

Here's a good lesson for new dart players - how to fine tune your throw to get more control over your dart and gain some confidence. With Raymond "...

Confidence: the secret sauce of top darts players

Confidence. It's hard to teach and tricky to learn. It’s intimidating and from a distance, it can look like arrogance. But rather than loud bravado, true confidence is a quiet, strong self-belief that’s your secret sauce for winning at any level of the darts game.  

Practice Games 1

By Ken MacNeilHello all Dart Fans, I hope you enjoyed my previous articles on percentage shooting and outshots. Well now I'm going to give you some...

Dart Practise

Darts is no different to any other sport. I am a firm believer that the more you put in, the more you take out. Heres' a few practice tips: 1. I fi...

Practice Technique

Rick EspinozaWe all know that practice is what makes us better at hitting our targets, but throwing practice is not the sole key to success. I love...

Practice to Improve

By Alex Roy Darts is one of only sports where practice can be done in the comfort of your own home and is an important part of making yourself a su...

Warm Up Routine

Hi Gang We left off on my last dart tip back in July with figuring out what level you fell into, and practising effectively for that level. Level 1...

Practise Game 2

By Alex RoyFor my hints and tips this month, I thought I would you give you some games for when practicing...When practicing, set yourself time lim...

Darts Warm Up Routine

Whatever skill or experience level you’re at, all darts players could benefit from a warm up and practice routine.

Practice perfect: for consistently better darts playing

At Shot Darts, we get asked a lot for the juicy pro tips to help players really make their practice time count. So, we called in a couple of experts to give you the lowdown on getting the most from your darts training. Cheers to Warren Parry and Wayne Weening for the practice tips – can’t wait to try them out.

Guarantee the Shot: how to hit your target every time

My tip may seem an obvious one, but over the many years of travelling the 'circuit' and playing pro darts, it’s amazing how many players do not do it. I myself have been guilty of such rash throwing, but I now follow this basic rule, ‘guarantee the shot’.”

Sounds easy when Matt ‘Superman’ Clark says it, aye? Wouldn’t it be great if us mere mortals could be sure of consistently nailing it? In this post, Matt gives us the skinny on his strategy to guarantee the shot (more often than not). 

Darts Practise-time, breathing and focus

Darts is one of the only sports where practice can be done in the comfort of your own home, rain or shine, and buck naked if that’s how you do. But practise you must! No matter how good you get, there’s always room to improve. With that in mind here are three handy things to think about for your next session. Cheers to Alex Roy and Warren Parry for the tips.

Guarantee the Shot

My tip for this month may seem an obvious one but over the many years of travelling the 'circuit' and playing pro. darts, it is amazing how many pl...

Confidence

By Anne KramerIt's a relatively unknown entity. It's hard to teach and even more difficult to obtain. Most people mistake it for arrogance. Only a ...

Three routines for dart practise

Anyways remember long hours of practice can help improve your darts game, but keep in mind, quality is better than quantity.  Here are a couple of good practice games to play to help yourself in games when under pressure.

Perfect Practise

Warren ParryPractice makes perfect could be true, BUT if you don't have a passion for darts you will never be great!One little tip for beginners: W...

Tournament Preparation

I like to prepare for a tournament 1 month out, here's my routine:The first week I just play 501 by myself or against the computer.The 2nd week I p...

Dartboard Placement

By Wayne Weening Where to Place your Dartboard! It's not as strange a question as it seems. The placement of the practice board will determine how ...

Mechanics

By Matt ClarkHi again all you darters. My hint and tip for this month is a very simple one, yet I see it not being done all the time, even by some ...

Good & Bad Practice

By Wayne WeeningHi All, The last time I wrote about dart board placement, and I touched on this month's subject "Good practice / Bad practice". As ...

Pro Tour Prep 1

By Ken McNeil Playing Darts on the Pro Tour and Game Preparation Hello all Puma and Shot Darts followers, this month I would like to talk a little ...