Best KovaaK’s Aim Training Routine For Valorant

Want to improve your aim in Valorant? Follow our training routine to boost your results

We have compiled the best KovaaK’s Aim Training Routines to improve your performance in Valorant. These are designed to improve mechanical problems, such as

  • Aim Decision
  • Peripheral Vision
  • Reflexes and Reaction Time
  • Flicking and Tracking – Effects Accuracy
  • Macro/ Micro Level Adjustments

It does not matter which level you are on Valorant, and you can use these if you are on Iron or Radiant.

Key Takeaways
  • KovaaK’s aim training routine for Valorant improves your Aim Decision, Peripheral Vision, Reflexes and Reaction Time, Flicking and Tracking, and Macro/Micro Level Adjustments.
  • There are a few settings like Sensitivity Scale, FOV, Crosshairs, and Video settings which can be done according to your comfort level.
  • There are 22 different tasks that will help boost your result by tackling all of the mechanical aim problems.
  • Tile Frenzy Mini is a flicking task that is  important to increase your speed
  • You will be doing Taller Wall 6 Targets small to improve macro adjustments on aim
  • Pressure Aiming – 10 Targets will enhance rapid decision-making skills
  • Using Revolving Tracking you will be able to improve 360 aim control
  • Tile Frenzy 360 Strafing 800Prct Tracking will improve your rapid aim-changing ability
  • Static Speed Test will be serving as a short break between your rigorous workout.
  • Val LRC Low Strain will help you in precision and prediction
  • Using Reflex Micro++ Flick, you will be able to improve continuous shooting on micro targets
  • You should be investing at least one hour of your time in this training routine.
  • If you are a performance-oriented gamer, with the aim of progressing in Valorant, we prefer KovaaKs over Aimlab.

KovaaK’s Settings Guide

Before you start, keep the main settings in KovaaK’s same as your game settings. Make changes in the following settings.

Sensitivity Scale

You may be concerned about keeping sensitivity settings. It is recommended to keep the same in-game sensitivity, but you can also keep 2-3 different sensitivities for different tasks along with the combination of in-game sensitivity to cater to your comfort level.

If you keep the sensitivity too low, you cannot focus on reflexes. Similarly, if you keep it too fast, you cannot perform micro-adjustment tasks.


You will be changing every time you switch to a new exercise.

Crosshair Dot:

Some tasks require high precision; bigger crosshairs will make certain tasks very difficult.

Video Settings – Fullscreen:

To prevent input lag

Breakdown Of The Routine

Our exercises are a mix of easy, medium, and hard difficulty levels which focus on all of the raw aim problems. You can alter some parts of the list according to your preference too. Following this routine will definitely boost any average FPS player’s performance in Valorant or CS GO.

Our guide comprises 22 different well-balanced tasks which are KovaaKs default and customized ones. You should perform each task in both slow mode and fast mode. In slow mode, you will enhance your accuracy, whereas, in fast mode, you will improve your reflexes. It is recommended that you should not equip too slow or too fast to miss your shots.

Below is the Best KovaaK’s Aim Training Routine For Valorant.

Tile Frenzy Mini

FOV: 70

Tile Frenzy Mini (Picture Credits: eXputer)

In this task, you will be starting up on a lighter note by warming up by doing both vertical and horizontal flicks. Make sure to keep the line between targets as straight as possible whenever doing a flicking task. Keeping the shortest path between two positions will increase your speed.

Valorant Small Flicks

FOV: 110

Valorant Small Flicks (Picture Credits: eXputer)

This will ensure building a smooth aim. Keep the horizontal flicks as smooth as possible without any micro jittering.

Taller Wall 6 Targets Small

FOV: 115

Taller Wall 6 Targets Small (Picture Credits: eXputer)

Through this exercise, you will be focusing on macro adjustments on vertical aim. Since this is a flicking task, keep straight-line aims between targets. Try to shoot clusters – multiple targets close to each other.

Pressure Aiming – 10 Targets

FOV: 125

Pressure Aiming – 10 Targets (Picture Credits: eXputer)

This will help you in rapid decision-making. Try to shoot the target that is about to pop out and then locate the smaller ones.

Pokeball 1w2ts Horizontalish small

FOV: 103

Pokeball 1w2ts Horizontalish (Picture Credits: eXputer)

It is a simple and easy task in which you will focus on clean flicking on horizontal aim. Since it is an easy task, you cannot afford to make any mistakes in it. Try to practice clean and precise flicks.


FOV: 104

1wall5tarfets_pasu_small (Picture Credits: eXputer)

It will improve your aim-discipline during decision-making. While doing this task, you must track and flick. First, lock onto the target when you are certain, then concentrate and kill. Afterward, fast flick onto the next target and repeat the cycle. Make sure you do not shoot randomly.

Revolving Tracking

FOV: 95

Revolving Tracking (Picture Credits: eXputer)

Through this, you will enhance your 360 aim control. It follows all the rules of Overhead Jumps and Tile Frenzy 360. Try to keep the crosshair at the same vertical head level same as those of the two targets.

Reflex Flick – Easy Horizontalish

FOV: 103

Reflex Flick – Easy Horizontalish (Picture Credits: eXputer)

It is an easy task that allows you to focus on speed and reflexes. Keep the accuracy high by making sure that the anchor point of your crosshair placement is in the middle of the shooting range. Flick towards the target, position, kill and reposition the cursor back to the anchor point. This will reduce your reaction time in the gameplay.

Tile Frenzy 360 Strafing 800Prct Tracking

FOV: 125

Tile Frenzy 360 Strafing 800Prct Tracking

A horizontal tracking task in which you have to hold the fire button at all times will help you improve your rapid aim-changing ability. Note that you must destroy one target completely before moving to another one and try to flick as possible between multiple targets. Ensure you do not stop your mouse during this exercise.

Overhead Jumps

FOV: 98

Overhead Jumps (Picture Credits: eXputer)

Overhead Jumps is designed to ensure smooth tracking in ultimate aim control. Once again, keep holding the fire button throughout your mouse movement. Moreover, use the whole mousepad and reduce the number of mouse lift-offs. Try never to reposition and keep your mouse in the center of the mousepad. Lift off your mouse only when necessary.

Flicker XYZ

FOV: 85

Flicker XYZ (Picture Credits: eXputer)

Flick XYZ will improve your smooth tracking in micro-adjustments. Follow all the rules of Overhead Jumps while focusing on fast micro flicks on the target as it changes its direction.

Cata IC Long Strafes

FOV: 100

Cata IC Long Strafes (Picture Credits: eXputer)

In this routine, a vertical target moves rapidly in all directions. Try to hit it while following its movements constantly. It will help you to improve your aim in moving target.

Static Speed Test

FOV: 103

Static Speed Test (Picture Credits: eXputer)

You will be performing both vertical and horizontal flicks in this training. You should follow the same rules. Many walls are taller, with 6 targets. It is a relatively easy exercise designed to keep in the middle of the training as a short break.

Wide Wall 4 Targets – 30 % Smaller

FOV: 103

Wide Wall 4 Targets – 30% Smaller (Picture Credits: eXputer)

In this task, you will work on precision in large angle flicks, working on macro aim adjustments.

Val LRC low Strain

FOV: 85

Val LRC low Strain (Picture Credits: eXputer)

Using this, you will work on micro adjustments in prediction and precision while shooting. Apply the same procedure as Static Speed Test but pay attention to the precision of the shots. Try to perform headshots in small moving targets.

voxTargetSwitch small 200%

FOV: 103

voxTargetSwitch small 200% (Picture Credits: eXputer)

Perform tracking and flicking to work on fast aim corrections. Use the same method as Style Frenzy 360 and Passive Tracking.

Pistol Strafe Gallery Small Revision

FOV: 103

Pistol Strafe Gallery Small Revision (Picture Credits: eXputer)

This task is designed to make your shots more disciplined, focusing on micro flicks adjustment. Try to shoot alternatively on the body and head to avoid spamming.

6wall18targets small reload

FOV: 103

6wall18targets small reload (Picture Credits: eXputer)

It is an ultimate flicking training designed to improve directional aim. You will be practicing using both horizontal and vertical flicks. Practicing it will help you kill enemies that can suddenly appear anywhere on your map in the game. We recommend you not to focus on targets on one wall. Locate targets in all four directions. Also, make sure to minimize mouse lift-offs. You can also figure out any patterns to make it more effective.

Flux Valorant Reflex Flick Hard

FOV: 103

Flux Valorant Reflex Flick Hard (Picture Credits: eXputer)

Using this, you will work on your speed and reflexes to reduce reaction time. Follow the same rules as Easy Reflex Flick and try to build your speed and accuracy.

Close Flick v2 HeadShot

FOV: 103

Close Flick v2 Headshot (Picture Credits: eXputer)

You will be smoothing your horizontal aim, which will eventually help you in close-range gunfights. Try to switch as fast as you can.

Reflex Flick – Hard

FOV: 103

Reflex Flick – Hard (Picture Credits: eXputer)

Hard Reflex will focus on your aim sense and peripheral vision, which will eventually help you rely on your feeling. Make sure to grip your hands apart and rely more on your muscle memory. This is one of the hardest tasks, as you have very little time to think. You will be using your peripheral vision to spot targets.

Reflex Micro++ Flick

FOV: 95

Reflex Micro++ Flick (Picture Credits: eXputer)

This task is designed to improve your continuous shots on micro targets. Try to shoot these micro targets to increase your precision and reflex.

Cannot Improve Using Our Routine?

If you cannot get results after one month, you are doing the tasks in the wrong way. In this case, check if the method is right. Also, you can alter some tasks according to your personal requirements. Moreover, you should change the routine every 2-3 months to tackle different problems in the game.

How Much Training Hours Is Required?

Normally, you will wonder how much should I train. You can go for one hour of aim training after your last game of Valorant. In case of time constraints, you can combine 30 minutes of in-game routine with 30-40 minutes of Kovaak’s aim training routine for Valorant. Before every game session, you should be doing 20-30 minutes of proper warmup routine.

KovaaK’s Vs Aimlab?

Before starting your training, you may get confused about which one of the two famous aim trainers to use. Both of the aim trainers are good for improving muscle memory for aiming as they offer personal gyms and different exercises. Our aim is to get the highest repeated kills in the shortest amount of time. 

Aimlab is a free app available on Steam that has a simplistic and user-friendly interface. If you are a beginner, we would recommend you to go for it over KovaaK’s, as it costs you 12.49 $ on Steam. It is a trainer who offers great details in training through countless great tasks ranging from various difficulties. A myriad of exercises are available to fix the specific-minute level of problems you face while playing Valorant.

If you are a performance-oriented gamer with the aim of progressing in Valorant, we prefer KovaaKs over Aimlab as Aimlab is slightly behind the latter one. However, you can also embed both of them into your training for more diversity.


We hope our guide is fruitful enough to improve your aim in Valorant. Following our routine consistently will eventually give you better results. Rigorous practice is required to make sure you outweigh other users in the competitive world of FPS games like Valorant. Make sure to change your strategies as mentioned above if you do not see results in a few months. 


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Haider Khan

PC gaming geek with three years of content writing experience - covering Video Game Settings, and errors across all devices.

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