What Students Are Saying:
With this course I got what I paid for. My aim has immediately improved after finishing the course because I could understand how to perform the different aiming motions and what use case every one of those aim motions has. My aim wasn't bad to begin with but I have stagnated with my progress because I didn't do the aiming techniques the right way while training or playing matches. Now I know how to train my aim properly and I see progress every day as well in training as in actual games. The price of the course was a bit high for me because I am a college student, but I don't regret buying the course as I got the improvement and knowledge I was looking for and I couldn't find this information anywhere else, so the price of this course is justified.
Your course helped me leapfrog years worth of FPS experience. I was a MOBA player and skipped out of a couple of generations of great shooters. Sometimes the most 'natural' way of doing things isn't the best and FPS is no exception. It corrected a lot of the problems I was aware of and revealed things I had no idea existed. For everything else, the Q&A's and accessibility to you and the community through the Discord helps fill in the gaps.
This is by far the most comprehensive, in depth overview on the fundamentals of aiming currently on the market. This course is chock full of the necessary skills and adjustments needed to improve your aim. The information provided is applicable for not only gaming but for personal health as well. I would definitely recommend this course for anyone who plans to game for long periods throughout their life. Whether it is hours every day for many years to come, get the information you need to succeed now, so you can start applying it as soon as possible. Thank you Rambo for your hard work and dedication to this course!
Ron is a great coach that has a lot of experience both as a player and a coach. He understands how to work differently to match different learning styles and will definitely find the best way to help you work on areas you want or need to improve on as an fps gamer.
The Aiming Formula successfully distills years worth of aiming and shooter knowledge down into an engaging set of lessons that will benefit new and veteran players alike. This course contains everything you need to know to be able to deliberately practice FPS aiming skills across any title.
This product is an excellent tool for those wishing to bring their FPS abilities to the next level. RRK does a remarkable job breaking down mechanics to a place where you can easily identify how and where you can improve your game. This program gives a really solid foundation for focusing on your aim and how to improve. Instead of telling you to "get good" RRK teaches you how to be your best.
I first discovered Ron "Rambo" Kim a few months back when I was looking to improve my skills Valorant. Whenever he released the FPS course I was onboard immediately. As someone who has played fps games for years, I still found his course beneficial in many ways. Rambo is always happy to answer any questions you might have and is always looking for improvement in his students. I would recommend his course to anyone.
My KDA has gone up in COD. I was able to get to Gold in Apex Legends in about a week and am able to keep up with my friends who are higher. I've been in more control in games like Fortnite.
I found info about the importance of consistency in grip, posture, arm position on the table. This was the most valuable information in the course, almost everything else I saw on youtube in different forms but nobody describes the importance of body alignments as good as you.
It was very structured. I like how it broke down the movements into easily digested movements that can be trained. In particular, for my competitive game, Rainbow Six, I needed to train micromovements and flicking.
My feelings while playing the game has improved tremendously. It's much easier to decide what I'm doing wrong. Compared to back before it was always "lost the aim duel" Now it's a lot easier to see if I'm saved because I feel like my aim is mechanically better compared to people in my game.