Warm up with dm then best practice is matches. Nothing improves entrying more.
people who warmup for few hourse before actually playing are pretty funny
I'm not really an entry fragger, but I try to go for opening kills to make some space and gain map control.
And when I warm up, I just try to warm up different kinds of motions from micro adjustments to large swipes. I feel like the warm up itself isn't the most important part, it's the aim training I do after I'm done pugging.
Best way to entry frag is to build up as much speed as possible and wide swing a corner and insta kill them like a xantares peek
Warmup is for kids.
Real men practice in competitive
your practice routine looks like any other routine. what makes it "entry frag" praccing?
Please watch a lot of demos like dupreeh, yekindar, electronic or whoever you want, just watch it and focus on the details (crosshair placement, timing, support flashes, utility usage etc). Lots of ppl dont watch demos and thats why they play like braindead zombies
aimbotz and some dm for about 30mins - 1h total, entrying good preaim ofc so prefire practice helps but you should do it seperately from your warm up, after your games for instance imo
Yprac is so stupid; in prefire mode, bots always prefire me through walls
Only play competitive.
Play off of your spawn (get to point of contact quicker and lets you really turn your brain off).
If you don't know any really fast nades that'll help you, do not buy them.
Know all your angles at contact points. If you've made noise no harm in prefiring them.
Shoot them in the head.
Don't stop holding W. Try and frag their entire team, your team is meant to pick up the pieces.
Call where the people who frag you are.
Stay quiet and don't bitch when your team loses the 4v2 post plant. Also do not complain when you are inevitably team flashed every second round by a person who knows a great flashbang that takes them 5-10 seconds to line up.
xantares clear angles
pray to allah
die or get a kill
rinse and repeat
Someone flash me, than i go kill....
flashing myself and then try to kill to flick. Then ez frags ingame.
normal aim practice
most important part is practicing playing without cover and without pressing shift too often
so a lot of running and swinging
also trying to rely less on spray and more on accuracy
also trying to set up simple nades for yourself
im dont play super high level mm though so i dont know if this applies to all levels
Entry fragging is fun when you can trust that your team will refrag you. In lower ranks you will get baited and flamed for pushing on t side.
Most important is your head. If you doubt for a second then your chances will drastically decrease. You need to peek with confidence and don't worry if you die first because teammates should trade you. If they don't it's their fault not yours.
no more warmup and just play :)