Darts Pratice zone's
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Hope this opens up a good discussion.  I have other subjects to cover if you want to see more video's. [video=youtube]http://https://youtu.be/x96lkbdr-1Q[/video]

Love some feedback please people.
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Some good thoughts and nicely explained, and I think its right about the best results, very interesting + 1
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Nice video's Tom, thanks for putting them together. Some interesting things to think about there...I'll have to have a think and an experiment before I provide feedback on how it goes!
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Thanks guys. It's certainly a concept that has turn my game from a plateau to once again a upward curve. I have 100% confidence in my full pratice routines, which is obviously important when your putting a good amount of time in.
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I have some more very interesting topics to cover too. I do plan on doing another video or two.
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Thank you very much Tom,

I will incorporate this concept into my practice sessions and see how it goes.

Cheers
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Totally agree with players thinking their best performance should be their "norm" and anything that falls short is them playing bad. You hear people saying that they're frustrated because: "I know what I'm capable of" based on rare sessions of their best practice. It's so easy to have a good practice and be fooled that the level of performance you just reached is now your "new" level.

I can't tell you how many times I've fallen into that trap, only to be brought straight back down to earth the very next session. It's so easy to be fooled by randomness. I believe that to be the single biggest cause of frustration. It's pretty ludicrous to believe your real level is the one you play at probably less than 5% of the time.
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(03-07-2018, 11:46 AM)Hellion Wrote: Totally agree with players thinking their best performance should be their "norm" and anything that falls short is them playing bad. You hear people saying that they're frustrated because: "I know what I'm capable of" based on rare sessions of their best practice. It's so easy to have a good practice and be fooled that the level of performance you just reached is now your "new" level.

I can't tell you how many times I've fallen into that trap, only to be brought straight back down to earth the very next session. It's so easy to be fooled by randomness. I believe that to be the single biggest cause of frustration. It's pretty ludicrous to believe your real level is the one you play at probably less than 5% of the time.

One day at league I expressed it this way:

It's not how you play at your best, but how you play when you're not

My goal is to improve those days when I'm not.  Then the good days will take care of themselves  Tongue
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the variation between sessions is driving me insane at the moment, trying to figure out what is making the good ones good and the bad ones bad
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Great input, Tom. You are right about playing far better players too often. But playing them can help! End 80's, begin 90's I had the luck to train with Eric Clarys once a week. Just 501, first to 5. Ofcourse I never stood a chance. But when I went to my local café afterwards, I could not lose that day.
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