Focus on recovery
If you’re new to aim training, you might easily experience a burning sensation in your forearm. This happens because your hand and fingers, which hold and control the mouse, are controlled by the muscles in your forearm. If the muscles aren’t used to being used, they probably have low endurance capacity and thus burn out faster.
If your muscles tend to burn quickly, try maintain a lighter grip on the mouse. If you hold the mouse very tightly, you will use additional energy and your muscles will tire more easily.
To prevent muscular exhaustion, you should integrate brief rest periods into your aim training routine These rest periods can range from a few seconds to several minutes. The purpose of the breaks is to let your muscles recover briefly which allows you to practice for longer.
Recover for next aim training session
Once you’ve completed your aim training and any subsequent games, your focus should shift towards recovery for the next session. You do this, among other things, with a healthy lifestyle focusing on getting a good night’s sleep, eating a sufficient amount of nutritious food, and moving your body away from the computer.
If you fail to recover sufficiently between each aim training session, over time, you will experience more depletion than growth. Consequently, you get an injury or run out of motivation. Therefore, you should not practice more than you can handle, to ensure that you do not run out of energy or end up overloading your joints and muscles.