- Is wrist aiming bad Reddit?
- Should I switch aiming arms?
- Should I aim with wrist or arm?
- Should my wrist touch the mousepad?
- How much of your arm should be on the desk?
- Is high sensitivity bad?
- Is ARM aiming more accurate?
- How long does it take to get used to arm aiming?
- What is a wrist player?
- How long does it take to get good aim on PC?
- How do you arm aim on Reddit?
Is wrist aiming bad Reddit?
wrist aiming can be just as good if you are used to it.
most pros are arm aimers so there’s gotta be something to it.
800 DPI and 4 sensitivity here.
It’s just a matter of habit..
Should I switch aiming arms?
Its not essential, that’s true, but if you want to be consistent, not ruining your wrist and actually being more accurate, you definitely should be aiming as OP says. … I used to wrist aim at relatively high sensitivity but now I arm aim with 34.6cm/360 and I find that far more comfortable that my previous setup.
Should I aim with wrist or arm?
The main benefits of wrist aiming are fast reaction times and increased accuracy over small distances. Arm aiming is a gross motor skill using your entire arm to make the primary movement. Arm aiming, in contrast, allows you to cover far more ground and is much more resistant to fatigue.
Should my wrist touch the mousepad?
In order to reduce the risk of injury and discomfort, the proper way to move the mouse is with whole arm movements that originate at the shoulder. But an elevated wrist rest can get in the way of this. If you try to move your arm, your wrist drags across the wrist rest, so you cannot move the mouse efficiently.
How much of your arm should be on the desk?
In terms of the ideal height of the desk, if you are seated with your chair correctly adjusted then your arms should be bent to 90 degrees and the desk should be set to the height of your forearms. If using the arm rests to support the arms, an under keyboard/mouse tray can be used.
Is high sensitivity bad?
High Sensitivity is always a bad idea At higher sensitivities, it’s very difficult to make necessary micro-adjustments and you will be missing out on a lot of easy kills if your wrist-flicks are giving you way too much movement.
Is ARM aiming more accurate?
Yep, arm aiming uses more muscles so it’s better for muscle memory while also avoiding carpal tunnel issues. It’s more reliable in terms of accuracy and better for your health. As said several times over it’s both more reliable to use your arm long term and much less likely to lead to injury.
How long does it take to get used to arm aiming?
Using shoulder and arm muscles to aim for a couple weeks or a month will show solid results. Also with good posture there will be much less issues with RSI et al. I had to learn this from playing like 10 years of CS.
What is a wrist player?
“Wrist players generally have the majority of their arm on their chair or off of the desk and use the bottom half of their pad, while wrist players have their forearm on the desk and use the upper half of their pad.”
How long does it take to get good aim on PC?
around 3-4 weeksUser Info: KillerTruffle. It varies per person – if you’ve *never* used it before, I think average to become comfortable is around 3-4 weeks based on most comments I’ve seen. As for how you’re doing, the mouse *is* more accurate, but you may still just be more comfortable with a 360 pad.
How do you arm aim on Reddit?
Most of time i just flicking with wrist, but on target switching or long time tracking i use arm with fixed wrist….Other options for arm aiming include:Resting your elbow on the desk (mouse at the back of your table)Resting your elbow on your arm rest.Propping your forearm or elbow up on a wrist-rest-like device, or.More items…