The first time we watched a big darts event on TV we thought it couldn't be that hard. To be honest, this is the most common thought among people watching a live broadcast for the first time.
The beginner will notice that it's not quite as easy as it looks for the professionals when they try to get three arrows into the triple 20 . However, for professionals this also means a long dart triple training.
Triple is funny, but double makes the money – a common saying among professionals. However, if you don't throw well enough on the triple fields, you won't even get a chance to throw on the double fields.
Dart triple training, which is efficient and increases your performance, is essential in order to be able to compete .
Dart Triple Training – the best ways to increase your average
For a darts player there is no better feeling than throwing a 180. Even a decisive hit in doubles cannot reflect this feeling. At least that's what most of the players we've spoken to so far feel.
In this blog post we would like to give you a small overview of efficient dart triple training in darts . It is important not to throw things blindly into the fields, but rather to acquire a certain routine in the training process .
In addition to some already known training games from other blog posts, we will also list new options that should help you improve your dart score.
A very important point in finding out how you can best increase your score is your so-called favorite triple. While the professionals all aim for the triple 20 , there are many amateur players who have chosen the triple 19 or the triple 18 as their favorite field .
And this is exactly the first step in adapting your dart triple training to your own needs . To begin with, I recommend a game that I have already presented in previous blog posts.
100 arrows on a field – find out which triple suits you best in darts training
Let's start with a classic. In this game you throw 100 darts at the Triple 20 . A hit in the singles field counts as one point, in the doubles field two points and a hit in the triple 20 counts as three points.
After each recording you write down the total of the points you have achieved and add all the points together at the end . You now play this game for the Triple 17, the Triple 18, the Triple 19 and the Triple 20.
To get a meaningful result, it makes sense to continue this game for several days to see at the end which triple field you consistently score the most points on.
This first step should not be underestimated, as many hobby players constantly train the triple 20 without giving another field a chance.
Only players who try it out here can possibly find out for themselves whether another triple might bring in significantly more points in the long run. This can make the difference in a competition.
Improve your dart score – also possible with Simon Whitlock’s training rings
Once you have found out your favorite triple, it makes sense to train it efficiently. This can be done not only with the “100 arrows for a triple” game , but also using training rings.
In a set of “Winmau training rings” from Simon Whitlock you will receive several sizes of plastic rings. You can fix these in the board using a small pin.
We tried this product ourselves and found that the rings help to fixate on a precise point . Of course, you don't have this option in competition, so it's important to use these rings to find out how you can optimize your throwing rhythm so that the arrows always fly into the small training rings.