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
I've done the experiment. I still got killed by running p90's
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
wth 3 hours? just go dm 30 mins for reflexes and to warm up yourself.
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
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.
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..
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.
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.
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
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
My arm hurts after aim training for that long.
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.
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
i are no aim train at all just dm for 10 mins then i play well in pugs
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
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
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
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
no just play the pugs or whatever, aim trainings are overrated
Just make sure to change your res and sens everyday. Really helps you hit those crazy unexpected shots!
10minute warmup with bots
worked well for me
DM is fun, I get it.
But if you want to spend 3h/d for practise there are much better ways to do it
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
if i play 1h aim then i would just dont have energy to play anything after that
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.
Lmao imagine practicing to get better at this dumb game.
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.
man you can train and waste your life or be champion like forsaken,kqly and krimz legendary players with good gear
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
i cant even train 5 minutes and i get bored and leave
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.
Just delete csgo, download valorant
if u are from usa
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
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
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
movement more important than aim tbh
get 2nd computer and pug and practice same time
don't, if you are not master league or above in faceit.
You need to warmup only a little until you feel comfortable playing
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.
ur from NA you have no hope eitherway, just play casual
better go study or find a girl, nerd
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
practice generally has diminishing returns
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.
no. it is not worth it at all
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.
If you want to improve and think it helps you, then do it why are you asking?
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
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😂
for me 15-20mins is more than enough