As the population continues to age, the number of elderly people requiring healthcare is increasing. In order to improve their physical function, they need to get physical training. There are activities which require integrated arm movements and lower body movements. However there are no quantitative testing methods of the degree of recovery for the coordination between arm movements and lower body movements. In this study, we focus on dart throwing motion as arm movements in lower body movements and suggest the quantitative evaluation of the coordination between arm movements and lower body movements in dart throwing motion. Normalized correlation coefficient (NCC) between arm and lower body was computed at different throwing distances. In addition the standard deviation of the NCC was computed in order to investigate the stability of the joint correlation evaluation. This analysis shows that the correlation between elbow and ankle, or between elbow and knee, are increased at throwing long distance. We suggest that the NCC between elbow angle and right knee angle may be used for the evaluation of the joint correlation between arm movements and lower body movements in dart throwing motion.