why you need all those bombs
do you sleep well every day?
as long as you are thinking that you can drop 30 bomb all game, you will be incosistent
keep doing prac daily ... you wont become a god in one day .. long term you will be good :)
this is completely normal unless you are a pro or have 4h of aimbots and pracc each day. if you just play for fun no need to worry about this
play less based on aim and hitting shots, more on actually understanding the game == more stable
u play on certain maps better than on others, and you play with 1 playstyle which sometimes works sometimes not.
DM for an hour or until you feel your aim on point before games.
I've also found that if I'm not feeling too good irl I'm not gonna perform well in csgo
Consistence comes from knowing what you're doing and why you're doing it.
Find something you need to improve and focus on that until you are good at it, then find the next thing you need to improve and so on...
don't analyse some puperficial results, but the actual in game performance itself. The answers to what works and what doesn't is revealed there.
Just dont lose control of your self when you are losing, i actually was malding everytime i die in my worst games because i just keep thinking i could have done things better/killed him if i was playing normally, take a break after games like this and dont try to change your settings
For me the most important is to feel good irl. When i feel good and motivated to play I have no problems with getting 30k
sometimes i start out really well and the more pugs i play the "worse" i get (in my case my aim sometimes bails me out but i can tell im making bad decisions). if that happens i take a break, drink some water, eat something, chill out for half an hour then do a bit of dm and jump back in or just quit for the day if i played enough. today it happened in valorant, i played 3 comps, dropped 25-30 in all three then in 4th i dropped 17 and i could tell its because i wasnt focused. i got a bite to eat and took an hour long break in which i studied for school a bit and then i came back and dropped 28 and 26 in the next 2 matches. so i guess take some breaks? works for me.
Im using a site to track my gameplay (ggpredict) and after game i analysing where i was bad (4e i was better as getting entries but worse as support and im trying to somehow equalize it)
u cant fix it all pros have it
Other users already gave a lot of good insight and other tips, so I'll just try to summarize it all in one comment.
- Try to be in a good mental state before you start playing. If you're not feeling very good even before the games or you feel easily irritated, then it might be a good idea to not play at all or only start playing once you feel better.
- Make sure you are actually ready to play. Drink water, eat something, warmup, shower if needed etc... When you don't have to worry about these things while playing, you'll usually perform better.
- Have a positive and relaxed mindset. If you let tilt and anger get the control then you'll most likely lose confidence and start doing dumb plays without even thinking about it, so try to keep calm and focus on the game itself and not let tilt take over.
- Try to rely more on your game sense and not just on aim. Sometimes your aim might bail you out of tough situations but it certainly isn't going to work all the time and with good game sense you'll build up good habits and develop yourself as a player.
- This sort of goes hand-in-hand with the previous one, but try to analyze your games (losses specifically) and try to see what went wrong. Different applications and websites like Leetify and Scope.gg can help with this, but actually watching some of your own demos should help you develop this skill. Whenever you spot a clear mistake from your part, try to figure out what you should've done/what would've been a better option in this case.
- Consistency. The more consistent you are with other stuff, the more consistent you will be in-game as well. Try to play everyday, warm up before games as much as you need, keep using the same settings, try to keep the same sitting posture every time you play etc... If there things constantly changing, it will force you to adjust around that and that will hinder your consistency and improvement.
- Take regular breaks between games to relax and stretch for a bit. Sometimes just standing up, moving around the house a bit and maybe going out to get some fresh air between games can help a lot. Stretches are also great and I would highly recommend doing that as well if you already aren't.
Probably forgot some really simple stuff but oh well, others can keep adding them here. Hopefully this helped even slightly.