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Hi .I wanted to ask is there a way to increase throwing strength ?
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Lift alot of weights
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Is there a reason behind the ?, I found throwing a lighter dart increased the weight of my throw.

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Try throwing faster? (I'm not trying to be smart)

Edit: What I mean is the drawback and release, not necessarily speeding up the time taken to throw 3 darts.
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Now I am throwing 19 gram Jenkins ,while I wait for my customs to arrive .And they fall out of the board .But it was always a problem .I know you can sandpaper the points .But I just want to understand origins of this problem and fix it
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I find that with lighter darts you have to throw as fast as you can to get them fly more on target. I'' sure there's some Science behind it all  Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images.
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I always wanted a firmer throw but I wasn't able to make myself throw harder until... I increased my follow through. Going to a full follow through, where my arm is completely straight, had the unintended consequence of making me throw harder. Harder and with more confidence.

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I think it comes with proper sequencing. Steady acceleration of your arm with it finishing with your wrist and follow through. I compare it to my golf swing; if you use all your speed at the top of your swing, your club head speed is slower at the ball.
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Got a same problem here. Before i throw 25g barney, 24g phase 1, then 21g lumina. Now im throwing unknown 18g darts. It keep falling off even after i sandpaper the point. Try to throw faster but it ruin my throw. Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images.
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Try throwing feathers
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if your points keep falling out, try using Target Diamond points Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images. I use them on all of my darts, including my 12g Buntings and I never have a problem
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Agree with the full follow through. It also helps if you add a bit of wrist action, as long as this does not adversely affect your throw.

An example would be the trusty old golf swing. You use your entire body, but the real power comes from your wrists. That's why you see out of shape golfers with fairly large forearms. They snap their wrists.

Cannot do the exact same thing with darts, but a little wrist action goes a long way. When I do this, I often bury my dart almost to the barrel.
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I say follow through and wrist action like everyone else.

I throw my 22g O'Shea's and they bury to the barrel every throw, so much that I'm thinking of using diamond points to allow more of the tip exposed for better grouping and not blocking the bed
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are they going in straight to begin with? the vast majority of people have a throw that arcs and leaves the flight end sticking up just a little higher than where the point went into the board. if yours are arcing too much or coming out of your hand squirrelly then that could be a cause. also what flights are you using. because of the way that i throw i have to use normal or oversize flights. if i try to use the smaller ones then i feel like i have to throw them with more force to get them to come out straight and spinning.

if you feel like you are having to hurl the dart at the board like a fastball then youre doing something wrong. it should be a nice, relaxed throw. i tell my wife that its kind of like throwing a tomato to someone whos about 6 or 7 feet away. if you throw it too hard then even if they catch it it will probably burst. if you dont throw it hard enough then its gonna burst on the ground. you want to lob it in there nice and gently.
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If they fly right and land right ,, sticking should not be a problem ,, even if you throw with a big arc,,,,,adjust the stem length and flight size to make the dart land more straight into the board ,,,,Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images.

What brand of board are you throwing at ,,,?
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