Muscle memory is one of those things that is not highlighted as much as other things in gaming because muscle memory is developed through a process of constant or repeating activity like playing games.
And for people who don’t know what is Muscle Memory or how can it be connected to playing games.
Muscle memory is the act of making a particular physical or mental task with such routine that your body then learns to complete the task more efficiently, using less brainpower.
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Develop Muscle Memory
Muscle memory is not stored in the muscles. It’s impossible for human limbs to truly remember things on their own.
Suppose the first time when you played any computer game. You were epically rusty from the start, figuring out how the controls work. You had to figure out how to.
Then, after a few hours or a few days, you get a bit better then that means you started to develop muscle memory afterward these things seem easy and effortless.
But not for everyone, if you are playing games continuously but still tour aim sucks then here are some tips to develop Muscle Memory.
Give Your Hand More Space
Giving insufficient space for your hand is considerably more serious for your gaming performance because the low area of your mousepad regularly brings about restricted movements.
Solution: Buy Bigger Mousepad
I write two posts about the best aim trainers, you can check out below.
If you are playing Apex Legends, Overwatch, or any other of the FPS games on PC, aim trainers can help you to improve aim without losing game progressions.
Set your DPI too low
There is no correct dpi but lowering your dpi can make you aim much better.
Lower dpi allows you to make smaller, more accurate movements.
When snapping your crosshairs to an enemy, lower sensitivity can help you dodge ‘overreaching’ your target.
Lower dpi also smooths out the natural twitches and micro-adjustments most of us can’t help but make while playing.
800 or lower dpi is recommended for most fps players and try not to change you dpi more often.
800 or lower dpi is suggested for most fps players and try not to change you dpi the more regularly.
Set your in-game sensitivity to low.
Game sensitivity is similar to the dpi but not in your mouse but your game, especially fps games.
Game sensitivity is totally based on your preference because game sensitivity is often determent by your comfort level.