The Aimlab Routine For Valorant
Now for the routines, there are 4 routines, each one for a different individual’s skill level. Beginner, intermediate, advanced and Master. If you have never touched an aim trainer before and are silver or under in valorant I suggest you choose beginner.
If you are somewhat experienced and are gold or above in Valorant, you can start with intermediate. Move up a level every time you feel that the current routine is getting easy and you are scoring highly. Take 2 weeks on each routine, if it is still challenging, before moving on to the next one.
BEGINNER Aimlab Routine For Valorant
The beginner routine is designed to help players that are just getting started with competitive FPS shooters and or aim trainers. If you have never used an aim trainer before, this is the routine for you. Also if you are an older player I suggest you begin here too.
Flicking Task linetrace (15min)
Flicking Task spidershot (10min)
Flicking Task linetrace (10min)
Tracking Task motiontrack (10min)
Break for 10min
Speed Task spidershot (10min)
Precision Task spidershot (10min)
INTERMEDIATE Aimlab Routine For Valorant
Follow this routine if you are at least gold or higher in Valorant. These exercises consist of majority flicking exercises with tracking, speed and precision mixed in. Flicking is very important in Valorant, since movement is very slow, you need to react very fast if an enemy spots you. If you don’t have good readjusting aim or flicks, then you wont stand a chance.
Flicking Task microflex(15min)
Flicking Task reflexshot(10min)
Tracking Task strafebot (10min)
Break for 10min
Speed Task microshot (10min)
Precision Task reflexshot (10min)
ADVANCED Aimlab Routine For Valorant
Gridshot is going to be your main exercise, this is a great tool to warm up your already established aim and improve your micro flicks. Micro adjustment improves by training micro flicks, such as in the gridshot task. Timing shot is also a new exercise in this routine, it improves your ability to shoot targets that are walking into your crosshair. This task hinges on reaction time and vertical crosshair placement.
Flicking Task gridshot (15min)
Flicking Task timingshot (10min)
Tracking Task spheretrack (10min)
Speed Task motionshot (10min)
Precision Task motionshot (10min)
MASTER Aimlab Routine For Valorant
These exercises are much harder and require a lot of precision. Speed is also important within all the tasks as some of them have disappearing orbs or moving AI.
Flicking Task spidershot 180 (15min)
Flicking Task sixshot (10min)
Tracking Task freetrack (10min)
Speed Task strafeshot (10min)
Precision Task circleshot (10min)