Darts Coach-Be Prepared!

In 2013 I came across a quote that that changed the way I approached darts, among other things. "Whether you think you can, or you think you can't...

Darts Coach - Tips for Good Tournament Prep

The 5 P’s (Proper Preparation Prevents Poor Performance) Everyone has an opinion on how and why things should be done before an event. Even now, I ...

Fitness and Diet

Hi There Darts Fans, I'm going down a slightly different route with this months Tips and Hints! I have been over the basics for practice and counti...

Don't focus on ratings

Don't focus on win or lose; don't care about "Rating", no matter the increase or drop down.I look out at some beginning players, they will strain f...

Pro Tour Prep 2

By Alex RoyThis month, my hints and tips are all about my preparation routine for a tournament. Being prepared can make all the difference in being...

Tournament Day Preparation

Tournament preparation is underestimated and neglected by many dart players. Not enough players know how to prepare and I am not saying my routine ...

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 ...

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...

Sportsmanship

By Scotty Burnett I want to get away from technique, routine and equipment in my hints and tips for this month.Sportsmanship. It's not just a long ...

Helping Others

Scotty BurnettMy article this time around is not about practice routines, or set up or preparation. More about being thankful for what you have and...

Mental Approach

By John Kramer During the 40 years of my darting career, I have had many experiences at all levels of play. I have also spoken to many players all ...

Mental Preparation

By Wayne WeeningHello everyone, it has been quite a while since I last had the privilege to put my ambassador tips forward and I vaguely remember l...