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aim training 3 hrs a day
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Japan tatsumi 
Is it worth it? I get home by like 5 and get ready for cs by 7 so by the time i can finally start playing pugs it would already be 10 so then I’d only have 5 hours to play, but then my aim would be better
2020-11-30 03:31
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well, i suck at this game so i just stopped playing, but this can help your aim men))) just don't spend your time training too much
2020-11-30 03:32
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#6
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Japan tatsumi
maybe i might lower it to 2 hours a day so I can pug more
2020-11-30 03:34
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yep, even 1 hour if you want, some players when they keep training too much plays very bad, but if this don't bother you, keep it up with 3 hours men)))
2020-11-30 03:35
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#14
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Japan tatsumi
thanks mens))))
2020-11-30 03:38
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What I like to do is play around 10-20 min of aimbotz Then play around 20-40 min FFA This does it for me at lesat
2020-11-30 04:58
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I'm about the same and my aim is solid. My brain, not so much.
2020-11-30 13:59
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Then play less dm and watch more demos of urself and others to understand ur own mistakes and learn what others do in similar situations....and spend time learning nade lineups etc
2020-11-30 15:03
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Nah it's not that, it's that I force fights because I rely on my aim a lot.
2020-12-01 07:04
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The solution is #127
2020-12-01 11:28
#3
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Indonesia sTakaTaka
I've done the experiment. I still got killed by running p90's
2020-11-30 03:33
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#5
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Japan tatsumi
u silver?
2020-11-30 03:33
11 replies
#8
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Indonesia sTakaTaka
yes
2020-11-30 03:34
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#11
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Japan tatsumi
just make friends with smurfs/really good people and grind with them out of silver, that’s how i got out
2020-11-30 03:35
8 replies
and learn nothing? how are you gonna perform on your own at the later ranks when you just got boosted?
2020-11-30 05:08
7 replies
Silver is just different. Smurfs and crackheads make the game stupid and hard to do anything normal in.
2020-11-30 05:19
3 replies
You improve way more when playing against better players
2020-11-30 06:59
2 replies
+1 the only thing that silver can teach you is aim, awareness, and adapting to weird situations. Tbh if any team sent their players to silver1 non prime they probably would find a way to best furia lmao.
2020-11-30 07:13
true but doesn't make much sense. 1) play against smurfs and get instantly shut down every round (you don't learn by getting absolutely smashed) 2) game's outcome goes from 'you playing and creating impact' to who has more smurfs on their team 3)derank, and then game becomes: 'who has less greifers and more smurfs on their team' 4) cannot rank up. (ps: i am not in this state, I was, but I just made friends and trio/quad queued with them to circumvent it and ranked up) getting smurfs is stupid because they aren't better, they're far beyond what you can hope to beat, and they make you derank which means you get to play w/greifers. The way you 'learn from harder opponents' is when for example, in faceit they occasionally give you a game which is +31, -19, and you know it's tougher opponents, but not impossibly hard.
2020-11-30 14:31
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Japan tatsumi
like #59 said silver is just too inconsistent lmao ik a bunch of kids there who play like LEs but cuz they solo q and gotta deal with smurfs they can’t get out
2020-11-30 06:20
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fr, i just moved to faceit, it is slightly better
2020-11-30 07:03
Yeah for me it's either sweaty players that are somehow in silver, teammates that probably have their little brother's playing, or the toxic hard stuck that's getting carried by a smurf and saying gn 100 times their kills. Doesn't help that your teammates won't appreciate anyone if they flash or bait for them. If you complain they'll just talk about your kd and their big ass ego. Played a game on vertigo practically entried every t round and baited for these two big egoed kids that got free kills on people looking away. Sometimes they don't even attempt to trade me cuz their too much of pussies. Complained about them baiting got tked even on ct when I did good I still got tked.
2020-11-30 07:21
Fuck MM go faceit
2020-11-30 15:41
#10
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Portugal Bisontej
No, just do like 1/2 or even 3 times a week a "practice day" where you will only focus on your aim and the rest of the days just play some pugs. Also 3h dm /day its very exhaustive so i dont think u will be able to do that 2/3 times per week but try it. Just dont practice and go pug after that cuz u will feel very tired so if u want to pug after practice just rest 1h before go pugging
2020-11-30 03:35
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#13
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Japan tatsumi
maybe every wednesday or so i can dedicate a day solely to aim training and then do the 3 hrs thing on saturdays and sundays
2020-11-30 03:38
#15
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United States xcalibot
wth 3 hours? just go dm 30 mins for reflexes and to warm up yourself.
2020-11-30 03:40
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#18
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Japan tatsumi
im tryna get dat xantares aim tho
2020-11-30 03:45
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#19
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United States xcalibot
that xantares peek is from actually playing games not aim training wtf.
2020-11-30 03:46
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try out yprac prefire maps, you'll get it ez after playing them
2020-11-30 08:17
#16
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United Kingdom fal36
No after 3hrs of dm you will play like shit cus ur burnt out 15min dm for warmup then pug If you do aim training do it should be the last thing you do before bed
2020-11-30 03:40
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#17
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Japan tatsumi
what if I take like an hour break or so
2020-11-30 03:41
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#134
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United Kingdom fal36
after 3hrs of dm? try 3hrs of dm and you'll notice that after the first 40-60mins you dont get better. its better to do 1hr 6x a week than 3hrs 2x a week. you can try taking an hr break but itll mean you have even less time to pug
2020-11-30 15:40
Lower it to like 2 hours so you can play more, you should always pug more than DM, if you truly wanna improve at the game. So do like 1,5h-2h aim training/DM/whatever, and rest pugging.
2020-11-30 03:46
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France Freaz
Well if you want to have wirst/nerves injury in 2 months then do it, 3h 7/7 is way too much and you'll get injured if you do that. Training =/= warm up, if you train too much you won't perform well in game after that because you'll be tired mentally. I would suggest training few times per week and warm up 10/20 minutes before you play, if you can separate the training days to the playing days it's better. Also keep in mind that good position is very important to limit risk of injury and stretching etc..
2020-11-30 03:50
#22
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United States EDBX
Everyone is different but 3 hours of aim training would absolutely burn me out. Even 1 hour of DM is exhausting for me, and I started to feel burned out and tired in my games. Now I just do 30 minutes of DM, some aimbotz and pug and my aim feels more fresh.
2020-11-30 03:53
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#23
Bymas | 
Kuwait roye
thats how you improve on game trying your best while beeing tired, so you perform better at game endings, tbh even when you rested you should feel more skilled and higher class overall
2020-11-30 03:55
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#25
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United States EDBX
I think playing tired it is easy to fall into bad habits and a bad mentality, which is not good practice and might even form bad habits. Quality > Quantity basically.
2020-11-30 04:02
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#27
Bymas | 
Kuwait roye
not true, quality is only in your head, you have no quality no matter what you do, you need quantities, more training better, tired, sick, exhausted whatever, if you manage somehow to hit shots while you are tired, when you full of energy it will be easy.. And btw beeing not tired doesnt mean you instantly become good better somehow if you not tired im sure 99 percent of silver gold novas are not tired but they deserve they rank most of them.
2020-11-30 04:08
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Bymas | 
Kuwait roye
best you can do is mini breaks, like breathing relaxed sleeping position drinking some water, this cant play because tired is bulshets. You need just couple minutes to prepare urself for next game or something, but waiting untill you fully rested this will never make you any good, i even speak not only from counter strike perspective, i played tennis i was so trash at it, but i trained sometimes even 3 days without sleeping just tennis i started hitting pro speed shots, it was really enjoyable.
2020-11-30 04:13
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#34
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United States EDBX
I'm also a former athlete and I can tell you that training with 3 days and no sleep isn't optimal for sports either wtf lmao. Your pro tennis comparison is dumb af, of course pro athletes will train when tired? But I guarantee they also get proper rest/nutrition after and its also an endurance sport. Our bodies need rest in order to perform at their peak, this is obvious. My method of training has gotten me good results pretty quickly, and I'm still playing about 4-5 hours a day. The majority of high level cs players I know also recommend to avoid playing if you are overly tired, rest first and play again when you can focus properly. That doesn't mean I can't play pugs for 6 hours straight if I want to. I'm an adult with a job I'm not gonna sleep 1-2 hours just to grind CS which I will never go pro in. You are talking about MM ranks in this thread and shooting bots, I'm not sure you are the right person to be giving tips on how to improve at CSGO...
2020-11-30 04:43
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#38
Bymas | 
Kuwait roye
what pros are telling you sports or whatever is nonsense, im pretty sure, i even heared sentence, when you are sleeping someone is training. With that one i completely agree instead oh im tired so its not quality training, im not talking about you im talking in general, not only you must play tired you must try to play your faking best game when you are tired./ even there big difference playing when you're tired can also mean almost nothing/ you must play when your tired and you must try to do your absolute best, This is the way
2020-11-30 04:45
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#40
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United States EDBX
You can't train 24/7 whether it is sports, lifting, video games, or anything else. Rest and recovery is a vital part of the process even more so for traditional sports where people are prone to injury. Try to play CSGO all day while only sleeping 1-2 hours and you will burn out in a few days.
2020-11-30 04:45
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#41
Bymas | 
Kuwait roye
im not saying even you have to go without sleep for 3 years ,you must skip lot of sleeping and if you did a lot of work, something worked out, you could sleep because of that as much as 30 hours, quit game for 3 days, but this is the way.
2020-11-30 04:47
#31
Bymas | 
Kuwait roye
to be honest if you wanna become really good at cs for example, you not only should play when tired, you should remove 7-9 hour sleep from your routine, you sleep 1-2 hours and go play again, after playing long, 1 hour of sleep again. BTw teach me master how nadal djokovic have energy to play 6 hour matches if they dont play when tired lol xD With your logic Nadal would have 1 atp rank point if not even that and no one in the world would know him he would be 1st player in the world from other side of the ranks.
2020-11-30 04:24
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Bymas | 
Kuwait roye
last days i kept asking myself how do these people reach global elite how is this so easy for some, answer was fps obviously but i even forgot people practice for 4 hours a day just for aim, it must be really fun you must enjoy hitting bots if you do stuff like this.
2020-11-30 03:57
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#26
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Japan tatsumi
it’s not only aim botz lol
2020-11-30 04:07
xaxaxaxaxax, man my brother back in the days was training like around 8 hours/day everyday, in which like 6 hours it was individual training and 2-3 with a team, he was a fking aim beast mens, but unlucko for him we are living in a shitty village and the internet destroyed his chances in becoming pro, i bet he would make it atleast to a polish top teams, and t3 eu, he was fking crazy about this game, he was playing dm 3 hours a day on 100ping+ and loss because on our internet it couldn't be better, it was sad af cuz other people with good internet and pc would have the same results of improving skill in like 1 hour of dm while he had to play 3-4 on terrible conditions, im impressed how he wasn't ragequitting, he on 75hz monitor with ping 20-80 and with loss and choke jumping very often, managed to have 58-59 headshot% on fc in 1000matches+, also he was playing as a entry, i feel really sad for him cuz he had a talent in this game but he had no conditions to go further, he stopped trying to be the best after game after his team couldn't find 5th player and they "disbanded", after that he realised it's fking impossible to go through the barrier which our internet and pc was (which is true) and stopped playing the game for serious, few months later he stopped playing cs totally, atleast he improved my gameplay by giving me good advices and teaching cool stuff
2020-11-30 04:20
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#32
Bymas | 
Kuwait roye
ping sucks nothing you can do about it not like, low fps just focus save up buy better rig, i was average player, my internet became faster , i became semi pro kinda i played against players who had games with navi i think and other clans like that. I wasnt even that good but good internet ping let me be higher level gamer
2020-11-30 04:27
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i just want to improve my skill to a lv 10 fc till i move to a city and maybe than start to do something in this game, my brother and his team were playing and winning against ldlc academy (back then when ldlc was good ofc, not now)
2020-11-30 04:38
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Cant you talk with the internet provider so they can sort things out? I mean I lived in a super small dogshit town and I had insanely good internet. Better than my current one and I live in one of the biggest cities here
2020-11-30 05:09
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you can't do anything with it, small village and no optical fiber, also the wire from my house to the road is 100m length, changing internet provider also won't change anything, btw downloading speed = 110 kb/s xd
2020-11-30 08:11
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keep playing men)) Imagine how good u are going to be when u get to play with 30ping I used to play with 22 fps in 2014))))
2020-11-30 08:24
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unlucko for my brother he burned out, but i totally understand his choice, he tried his best to overcome bad conditions he had, but after 5k hours in about 2 years he decided to stop cuz it was impossible, imagine how pissed me and he was how lucky you have to be in life, many people were borned and live in a city, have good internet but doesn't even use computer, for him back in the times the most important thing was to be the best in cs, unfortunately he couldn't do that just because of pure bad luck
2020-11-30 09:25
#30
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South America ZyvvOo
i was training a lot everyday and growing up slowly... then i had some problems on my pc and i dont play for 1 month and returned today, now im playing 10x better than when i was training everyday and my aim is perfect... i dont know sometimes playing a lot is not the only thing try do things different like using some drugs or idk
2020-11-30 04:13
#33
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China SwooksarV2
My arm hurts after aim training for that long.
2020-11-30 04:30
3 hours is too much, believe or not at least for me i feel better warming up playing 10~15min aimbot just to feel the movements and going straight in pubs at community servers, when i feel that i'm ready i go to ranked match; when i am doing really poor some aim technich i just play dm to warmup the missing technich, even in between ranked matches, i probably reached 3H dm, but it was fractionated, 3h straight like you are talking will take you to burn out. Ps i'm not playing CS anymore, i switched to DotA2 more or less 7 months ago, when i took a day to play CS all daylong i did that again and i was feeling like 70%, just the reflexes weren't that good.
2020-11-30 04:44
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Bymas | 
Kuwait roye
depends on what you trying to achieve if you master guardian its too much, if you want to be global elite its ok i guess especially at the beggining, if you want to be PRO 3 hours is almost half what you need per day :}
2020-11-30 04:52
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#43
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United States EDBX
What is your faceit level if I may ask?
2020-11-30 04:57
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#45
Bymas | 
Kuwait roye
i dont play faceit, would need more fps for that
2020-11-30 04:58
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#47
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United States EDBX
You have enough fps for csgo why would you need more to play faceit?
2020-11-30 05:01
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#51
Bymas | 
Kuwait roye
no definately not enough i barely have fps for wingman, i rather do 1x1 for that even fps is not there sometimes, and its not only about fps i dont have good enough graphics, today had many times 50 fps even 20 rare occasions but today happened like that , i play because sometimes i get 62 fps lol :D i definately could compete a bit against pro if good fps< i mean 1x1>, but thats not the point im trying to make, i told what amount of practice per day you need, im not saying im doing it .
2020-11-30 05:07
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#57
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United States EDBX
I don't wanna sound like a dick cuz I can see you are being helpful in all your replies, but if you can't even play csgo you can't really tell people what they need to do to train and improve. 6 hours of aim training is too much. There are other aspects to training that are important other then just raw aim which you will find out if you get a better pc and put more time into CS. You can't even play 5v5 so you have little understanding of the actual game, yet you are telling everyone how they should practice.
2020-11-30 05:15
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#60
Bymas | 
Kuwait roye
ye i know that there is more than just aim, i was good player of 5x5 but long ago couldnt even do 2x2 1x1, im just trying to say better to train sometimes 14 hours per day and half month break , then for 1 hour all month, 1 hour everyday , i just want to take attention to other schedule mostly but not fully ofcourse. Im not bad player just low fps, i remember i used to beat easily 5x5 team who had official match or something against Na Vi, last respond to you good luck and good night.
2020-11-30 05:20
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#61
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United States EDBX
If you have been baiting me this whole time 8/8, honestly.
2020-11-30 05:23
Hows your dota jorney, friend? I too quitted CS for dota around 2.5 years ago
2020-11-30 05:10
2 replies
It has been pretty fun, i am playing mid lane, 3.8K mmr, recalibrating rn with friends i convinced they to play, my best heroes rn are MK, Storm, Ember and Kunkka, in order best to 'worst', i started to play morph it has been OK. Sometimes i play casual with invoker and never, 'cause i feel that or i feed or go ok with those heroes. A lot of things to learn at the beggining, i felt like confused, trying to absorve and aplly everything at once, but when i divided the learning it got really easier, to get my favorites heroes i just spammed them to get confortable.
2020-11-30 05:59
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3.8k for 7 months is insane man gj Also keep playing with friends and having fun cuz soloq is disaster. It literally drove me insane and im on a break rn
2020-11-30 06:11
#37
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Montenegro Autisthicc
aim training? who does this in 2020? cmon man keep up...nobody bothers to train aim anymore, just start up game and go play a match
2020-11-30 04:40
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#90
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Brazil nuke_brs
Imagine training your aim only to play with 4 toxic teammates and get destroyed by the other team
2020-11-30 08:16
i are no aim train at all just dm for 10 mins then i play well in pugs
2020-11-30 04:59
Idk about u guys but I used to actually enjoy dm'in for hours couple years back but nowadays I get too triggered after min 30 when I just wanna chill and listen to music while I click heads and theres these fucks who hold angles and sit scoped for the entire duration of the map
2020-11-30 05:01
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#67
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Japan tatsumi
i feel u bro
2020-11-30 06:23
different for each player, but from what I know the key is just consistency in training routines actually you know what, the key is having fun, if you aren't having fun do something else with your time but putting more time practicing aim than pugging may cause you to become what I call a "braindead aimer", so just be sure to play proper CS games and play smart
2020-11-30 05:03
I honestly have so much respect to the people who can train for 30 min and more per day. I could never do that shit. I just play games and try and frag
2020-11-30 05:12
if u wil go pro its okay but what are the chances? if u want to have a total of 0 social skills and be depressed in 2 years then play 8h a day
2020-11-30 05:17
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#66
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Japan tatsumi
i don’t have a life anyway my state just had a lockdown
2020-11-30 06:21
no just play the pugs or whatever, aim trainings are overrated
2020-11-30 05:27
#68
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China Grenadr
Just make sure to change your res and sens everyday. Really helps you hit those crazy unexpected shots!
2020-11-30 06:26
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not sure if sarcasm but sometimes changing your sens and then changing it back can improve your aim cause it forces your brain to work harder
2020-11-30 06:49
10minute warmup with bots 1h deathmatch worked well for me
2020-11-30 06:48
1 reply
i do this
2020-11-30 10:06
DM is fun, I get it. But if you want to spend 3h/d for practise there are much better ways to do it
2020-11-30 06:51
#75
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Russia bult0
You aren't blameF to DM 3hrs a day, that's a bit too much. Like an hour of DM, some retakes and then pugs would be more efficient imo
2020-11-30 06:54
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He also did 10k aim botz a day
2020-11-30 09:31
if i play 1h aim then i would just dont have energy to play anything after that
2020-11-30 07:01
If you are a pro okay or else useless, aim isnt the only thing. You need good movement too because in regular mm none of the bots can do anything except hitting awp flicks and aiming and spraying. Learn tricky smokes and jumps too you can easily showoff and keep tilting them.
2020-11-30 07:11
Lmao imagine practicing to get better at this dumb game.
2020-11-30 07:15
play pugs more bro its better, maybe do 2 hours of aim prac and try 3-6 pugs a day. The higher elo u get on faceit the better u will eventually become.
2020-11-30 07:19
man you can train and waste your life or be champion like forsaken,kqly and krimz legendary players with good gear
2020-11-30 07:20
If ur goal is getting better u should invest ur time in finding a proper team that wants to achieve the same as u instead of putting ur focus so much on the mechanical part, which is way less important like it seems at first
2020-11-30 07:28
i cant even train 5 minutes and i get bored and leave
2020-11-30 07:32
new furiousssss ????
2020-11-30 08:17
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#105
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Japan tatsumi
furiousss sucks
2020-11-30 13:28
2 replies
Yo bro arent you in a coma how you here?
2020-11-30 14:22
1 reply
#123
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Japan tatsumi
baiting on hltv gives me life
2020-11-30 14:23
#93
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United States raymoney
Working on your aim is important, but not nearly as important as other facets of your game. If you work hard on vod reviewing etc. you will find that you develop your game a lot faster. If you decide to aim train a bunch though I would definitely recommend avoiding aim trainers like Kovaks and AimLabs. I have tried both out extensively, and I have concluded the best way to improve your aim in CS is to play CS. I would suggest a lot of AimBotz and Deathmatch. Furthermore, 3 hours a day is way too much. I suggest 1 hour a day and then taking a solid 1 hoour break and then doing a 5-10 min warmup before pugging.
2020-11-30 08:22
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Personally I think aim lab is good for warmup at the start before you dm, it gets your wrist moving and your head in the right mindset
2020-11-30 09:31
Agreed that Kovaaks/Aimlabs isn't the best aim trainer, but it's good for a warmup to get your wrist going. Though some people (ELIGE most notably) mainly train through Kovaaks.
2020-11-30 14:59
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#145
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United States raymoney
Yeah, I know, but what I found is that it is way better to just warm up in-game and in DM using 1 tap only or deagle only just to get your aim crisp and ready.
2020-11-30 18:25
#95
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Ukraine D1mkaS777
Just delete csgo, download valorant if u are from usa
2020-11-30 08:30
#96
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Russia Jet1k
absolutely degenerate, you need to train aim for situations that would actually happen in game. training it for 3 hours in dm or whatever won't do that. you'll become a better player from either practicing something else (smokes mb) or playing more pugs
2020-11-30 08:33
5 replies
Wow imagine calling someone a degenerate and having a weeb flair yourself
2020-11-30 09:30
4 replies
Imagine shitting on something you problaly havent even tried
2020-11-30 14:22
3 replies
Oh I watch anime and a few are great but weebs are just beyond me
2020-11-30 15:28
2 replies
Sorry as clearly i was in fault here for misunderstanding and making bad assumptions i hope i didnt break you or anyones heart much and im sorry
2020-11-30 18:05
1 reply
Ok
2020-12-01 11:43
Omegalul
2020-11-30 09:30
I’ve already started, it takes me about two hours. I do: 30 mins of aim lab 1000 kills on aim botz 200 hs dm kills with the ak 200 dm kills with the ak 100 awp kills 100 pistol kills 100 m4 kills Then some execute servers
2020-11-30 09:30
3 replies
consider adding some movement practice and also jumps if u don't know them perfectly
2020-11-30 13:32
2 replies
Yeah I play a bit of surf as well but kz is kinda boring
2020-11-30 13:33
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I usually do surf when I warmup at the start of the day, but do some KZ with some chill music after playing matches. It's surprisingly good way to calm down and relax aswell as train your movement a bit.
2020-11-30 15:00
it does, I used to train that much 3hrs a day, I felt really good going into a match, but something you have to take in account is your wrist, I fucked up mine doing that for months, so I suggest you train 3hrs one day, then just warmup few mins the two next days, it's not worth reaching Global or lvl10 if you're gonna have to quit playing CS:GO because of wrist issues
2020-11-30 13:31
movement more important than aim tbh
2020-11-30 13:31
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#110
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Japan tatsumi
i spent my first 1k hours on kz and surf i think my movement is good enough
2020-11-30 13:33
get 2nd computer and pug and practice same time
2020-11-30 13:36
don't, if you are not master league or above in faceit.
2020-11-30 13:38
You need to warmup only a little until you feel comfortable playing
2020-11-30 13:39
I spent every day practising aim for about 30 minutes for 4-5 months I guess, and get global and 6th lvl faceit (I had about 2000hrs in game that time), after that I completely lose motivation to tryhard and after 2 years, I'm playing two times per week, no dm's or sth like that, just mms and faceits and now I'm still global and 5th lvl faceit. But the point is, 3hrs is definetely too much, just spent 30min-1hr max but do it regularly, results will come after few time.
2020-11-30 13:39
#115
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Finland Qurko
ur from NA you have no hope eitherway, just play casual
2020-11-30 13:41
better go study or find a girl, nerd
2020-11-30 14:00
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#118
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Japan tatsumi
i have a gf and my state just had a lockdown so I got no other option
2020-11-30 14:17
no, it isn't worth it
2020-11-30 14:19
do an hour a day and i presume if your asking this your not too expirienced so i would reccomend learning and practising utility usage for at least 15 mins when you prac because when you reach a point where your aim cant help learning all utility at once is often a problem
2020-11-30 14:22
probably not practice generally has diminishing returns
2020-11-30 15:07
#130
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Switzerland Schwandi
3h a day for 1 month < 30 min a day for 2 years. Don't overdue it and then quit. Keep up consistency and try to have productive training instead of a long training.
2020-11-30 15:15
#131
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Russia Slavaa
no. it is not worth it at all
2020-11-30 15:18
Depends on what you wanna do with cs. If you wanna have fun with it then i'd say it's not really worth it, maybe just do it for 30 minutes or an hour a day. However, if you wanna be good and maybe become pro then it might just be worth it in the long run if you can keep consistency in the routine.
2020-11-30 15:30
#136
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Iraq NIAMZWER
If you want to improve and think it helps you, then do it why are you asking?
2020-11-30 15:45
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#137
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Iraq NIAMZWER
But 3 hours probably too long. You should do maybe something like 1hr intense DM, and just fool around, play KZ / surf afterwards... playing for 3 hours one AIM thing is exhausing and contraproductive at somepoint.
2020-11-30 15:46
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#138
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Iraq NIAMZWER
Find the maximum enjoyable / productive time you can do it and then just do different stuff in game as I stated, KZ SURF ..
2020-11-30 15:46
pugs are not dm, I would split 3h session for 1h aim, 2h watching demos, analysis, ect. where you have time to think about how you should react in certain situations. With good positioning sometimes u dont even have to move your mouse, knowing advantagues angles on map, smokes at some point is more important than raw aim. Young players catch up really fast with aim, but still having bad communication, teamwork ect
2020-11-30 15:47
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in the end consistency is the key
2020-11-30 15:47
If you feel like your aim is lacking then go for it i guess, if not then don't waste your time. Also i think FFA is more effective, so you have to hit moving targets, and real people instead of bots. I like do do like 20 minutes with aimbots and maybe 10 ffa as a watm up, just to get a feeling for the game and movement. I barely train tho, probably the reason why i'm not that good😂
2020-11-30 15:57
for me 15-20mins is more than enough
2020-11-30 16:00
You only need 30 minutes a day of focused training, but you have to commit to sticking to practicing daily. I personally use 3daimtrainer.com/ they have a training routing especially for CS:GO, helped a great deal
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