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Dartitis- Your views, comments, cures and suggestions
December 21, 2015 - 04:59 PM David King
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July 06, 2015 - 11:54 AM David King
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May 19, 2015 - 05:08 PM Rob Willis
Ive struggled for years with it,thanksfully im in a 6-8 week recovery,taking things steady and not getting to excited lol im hitting a good few trebles now,even had darts to beat lisa ashton last friday :D
March 11, 2015 - 12:58 AM Paul Brooks
I have Dartitis and have had it for many years. I've tried lots of things to overcome it. I know this is a mental thing for me as I have found that if I close my eyes or look away from the board before throwing then my great natural throw comes back, with out any hesitation. I'm now looking for a method of where I can look at the board but not at the place where the dart will go! This works, but not as successful as closing my eyes! Try it!
February 06, 2015 - 09:20 PM Peter
In my case I believe its me trying too hard to throw the first dart in the right place. If I am not happy how I line up I tend to snatch my arm back and freeze a bit.The second and third darts go much easier. I am sure it is a mental thing.
January 22, 2015 - 03:19 PM Paul
I need 10 people to take part in a study to cure dartitis. Please contact me via email and ill tell you the plan its completely free but you will need an android tablet and not play darts for amonth if succsessfull we can see the end of this vile disease once and for all
January 15, 2015 - 11:13 AM chris
dont know if this will help anyone but have just had a fascinating conversation with an osteopath who is treating me for a seized lower back and the conversation naturally got onto darts as i have played for quite a few years and it really has bugered me up he seems to think that dartitis is more a muscle problem caused by repetition and over doing the arms and shoulder area kind of makes sense really if things dont work right cause of straining and over use the brain is trying to operate the same but with different restrictions hense you dont let go right my back and shoulders are doing the same thing i aim straight but end up veering violently to the left just a thought if any one wants a different view point
December 20, 2014 - 10:48 AM Adam Crawley
On the subject of dartitis I can help. Played darts for 30 years seen many cases. Studied NLP and learnt how the brain can be tricked into re-focusing on other things during the game and therefore elevating the issue of letting go of the dart. My advice is to see an NLP CONSULTANT who will sort this out.
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