5 reasons to switch to Ecosia Trees: We use our profits to plant millions of trees every year Global Impact: Restoring ecosystems, supporting local farmers and protecting endangered animals Privacy: We protect your data and we don’t track you Transparency: We publish monthly financial reports, so you can follow the money Clean energy: We’ve built solar plants so our searches run on 100% renewable energy Start planting trees How many hours a day do you have to train to be really good? That also changes for everyone There are so many variables to that thing that you just said It depends on the game you play, it depends on if that’s your first game It depends on your age of when you played that game for the first time You just can’t have an answer for that. Really There’s no answer to that Everyone has good aim skills in the pro scene. At the pro level, it’s all about positioning It’s all about good timings, positioning Aim skill doesn’t really make a big of a difference in high-level because everyone is good Thank you. My name is Adil and it’s nice to meet you everyone I usually start my day with like 100 kills on deathmatch just to warm up but by the end of the day If I feel I have done a pretty poor day of CS and I want to improve I usually play a few hundred kills on “Warmup Server” WaSe at the end of the day So I get to practice headshots, pistols, rifles, SMGs. I get to practice pretty much everything. On deathmatch, you should have zero volume Because you don’t want to play the game them on hearing footsteps You should train your reactions and reflexes If someone shoots you from behind, you shouldn’t turn around based on the sound you should turn around based on instincts When it happens in a match you’re gonna react faster Fugly: My wrist starts hurting after 10 minutes at DM -I want to play CS again but it hurts my forearm – Yeah, you watched me massage my arm? – I know you have forearm pain but it legitly hurts my forearm I feel like a 40-year-old man – It means you are not going to the gym enough, or diet isn’t correct – I think so. The problem is that when I go to the gym, it hurts my forearm a lot more – I heard from someone that it’s because of diet. If you’re eating a lot of carbs and sugars that your inflammation gets worse – For sure, definitely. That definitely helps.
– My diet is really bad right now, I’ve been eating a lot – Well it’s December, I feel you. – But I should also play with a higher mouse sensitivity – That helps – Where does it hurt on your arm? By the elbow or by the wrist? – In the top middle of the forearm – It’s the same problem as me. What’s wrong with us? – It only hurts my forearm when I play DM for a long time – Some people have carpal tunnel. I don’t think this is carpal tunnel. This is to the top, carpal tunnel is to the bottom, to the wrist – It hurts, I have carpal tunnel and my wrist hurts pretty bad and I have to go 1 week without playing the game – It might be RSI: “Repetitive strain injury” – Remember that time (2014? 2015? 2016?) and someone asked you why did you have the blue bands on your arms? – Yeah, that’s a meme. “A lot of gaming” – This is for your sore forearms. I’m assuming from gaming too much? Let’s make this G-Rated – A lot of gaming – I would say the most guaranteed thing is just trying to have good FPS and a good monitor You can reach “Global Elite” if you want, with 100 fps and 60 Hertz But “Global Elite” doesn’t mean anything. The majority of pros aren’t “Global Elite”, second of all, just because you can play at lower FPS and settings, it doesn’t mean you should In the long run, the better the settings you play with, the better your muscle memories gonna be, and sharper Because you’re playing the game on a consistent basis With lower FPS, unless you cap your FPS like this at 100 FPS, cuz you’re getting 120 FPS, I guess you can say That it’s consistent because it’s 100, but see how it’s a little bit looser, I can still play the game fine right now, I can still tap and kill people close range But it’s not gonna be as efficient If you are a beginner in CSGO and you want to learn, I recommend buying my course. I’m not gonna lie to you guys saying that it’s the only source of information You don’t need to buy my course Just play CSGO, study, there are free demos, free YouTube content. I’ve given out a lot of free tips on youtube Search my tips, Sean Gares’s tips, AdreN’s tips, WarOwl tips. If you start with WarOwl it’s great for beginner tips. Playing the game with wrist only is not surprising There are higher mouse sensitivity players, they probably play the game a lot with the wrist I’m not saying that playing the game with your wrist is bad for your hand This is the edge of your desk and instead of having any forearm on your desk You play the game like this, and now this is what you’re describing as how you’re playing the game Your wrist basically hinging on the desk and this is how you’re playing the game, this is how you move your mouse That basically means that your forearm and your arm And any of these bigger muscles are not supporting any of your movements at all And you’re simply relying on your wrist joint and all their very small muscles And that’s why I’m saying that that’s not good If you had half your forearm on the desk, but then you still would play the game the wrist only, it’s a little bit different mechanically speaking What I mean is the mechanics of your body not mechanics of the game The actual mechanics of how your arm works, how your wrist works, your shoulder. The most obvious way to make money when you’re not a pro player getting paid is to stream but you have to understand that it’s an extremely saturated market You won’t get paid to compete You’re not gonna get paid to be “Rank A”. Your options for making money from playing CSGO are Becoming a bigger livestreamer If you are on some of the very top tier MDL teams that are signed to organizations will be paid salaries But it’s usually not very much. You’re probably not gonna be able to make a living off of it I remember there’s a top MDL team and I think they were getting $1,000 a month as a salary But that’s not anything crazy. Top MDL teams, you might be able to get a salary from an org Obviously, even low tier Bottom tier pro teams, if you’re with an org, you have a salary You can get salaried just from having a pro spot. You can try “Rank S” or FPL You can never have ever played a single league match in your life but if you try to reach that level I there is prize money for “rank G” also and I don’t know about FPL-C but if you’re gonna climb the ranks And try to get into FPL or Rank S or Rank G, then you can make money from that. Yeah, there’s you know daily leaderboards for prize money, there are weekly leaderboards, etc. If you don’t think that you are better than your enemies, or even if you are not If you think: “he is a lot better than me”, you start to respect them too much and start playing the game afraid That’s bad… You have to do what you have to do! If you are going to lose, then lose but do everything you have to do Do you think KZ is the best way to practice movement? Probably yeah. KZ, surf, but obviously KZ a little bit more. But once you get pretty decent, I don’t think that’s gonna help you too much. I don’t think my movement is getting better. I don’t think this is helping me get better at playing competitively I think that this is just fun Because once you reach a certain level, your movement doesn’t help you too much