Dirty practice
I am currently using a variation of Steve Beaton's 20/20's, but because I found it hard to complete I changed it to 10/20's three times. This Technic seems to allow you to focus more on developing a good stroke by just focusing on the fat bit of the 20 rather than aiming at a smaller target like trips or doubles. I then use this 10/20'sx3 practice to finish with 2 games of around the board on doubles.

This process usually takes me 30-40min to complete which sounds a long time for such a simple process but 10 20's in a row is quite hard for someone of my skill set.

You could modify this to 8/20'sx3 or 6/20'sx4 or 12/20'sx1 but make sure all of the 20's are thrown consecutively.

Thanx Steve B
This has relay straightened up my throw.

See Steve Beatons practice routine here -----> http://www.dartsnutz.net/showthread.php?tid=108
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Sounds like a good idea and a good routine if your short of time.
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This is actually a very good idea..

I will try this out and start at a doable level and hopefully
progress from there.

A player at my club suggested the 20 20´s routine, but I told him,
I would simply never finish it. He just couldn´t relate to that..

But this is a clever way to practise your 20´s and scoring has always
been my biggest concern in darts.
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this looks like a good one to try.
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Very smart and simple way to practice big numbers. I'll be using this alot.
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Simple, effective, quick. Sounds like a good routine for me. Nice warm up too with straight, high, big-bed throws.

Cheers!
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(04-27-2015, 08:40 PM)redhedkev Wrote: DIIRRRRRRRTTTTTTYYYYY GGGGEEEEEEE WHERE ARE YOU?

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We all miss the git lol
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This is good way to do it..I do the same thing! great minds
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