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     Habits and how they relate to darts.

    General Dart Topicserik writes "I've been thinking lately that the key to playing darts well are the habits we establish.  One, of course, can also say the key to NOT playing well is also the habits we form.

    For example the player who routinely kicks has a habit of kicking and thus is unstable at the line.  Just like the player who tosses his throwing arm to the left after each throw has a habit of doing so and likely misses to the left more than he/she should.  However, how often do we consider the good habits of playing darts?

    For example the player who routinely stays motionless at the oche except his/her throwing arm is likely to be very stable.  The player who has a habit of always releasing the same way every throw with the same follow through will likely have a very good average.

    I think the point here is to remember that there are good and bad habits and habits take both time to create and time to break.  So, if you are trying to improve your game take a look at your habits and ask yourself:  is this a good or bad habit?

    The good ones keep, the bad ones get rid of!

    Now, it is said that it takes 7 days to make a habit and 28 days to get rid of it...bear that in mind as you work to develop good habits and get rid of bad ones."



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    Well stated.



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