Hey, thank you for stopping by, and thanks especially for sharing your training routine! This actually comes at a perfect time for me, because I trained really hard for months with Aim Lab, Range, and DM, but lately I've been training mostly with DMs and real games instead because I felt like maybe the training skills I'd gained didn't transfer to the game as much as I expected. Your routine is different from the ones I've seen and used. I like how it's mostly ingame-based and directly addresses practical Valorant duel situations. I'm getting started on it tonight!
But I'm curious, what do you do for warmup if you only have 1-2 hours? Also, just to be sure I get it right, when you mention doing only the Aim portion and Mechanics portion... is the Aim portion basically the exercises that have "None" movement, and the mechanics be all the others (A/D Strafing etc)?
Aim portion is the whole Voltaic aim benchmark/fundamentals, mechanics are in game(even tho they are in game) I should just say Aimlab vs. shooting range.
My quick warmup is just doing the very first shooting range, just slow aim to bot heads, then going into DM for 1-2 matches.
Voltaic is listed at the bottom, but it is it's own thing entirely. Has a ranking system, and specific fundamental aim training routines. It's probably one of the few aim training routines where I would recommend doing it, because I always worry about unfocused aim training and how much it really helps.
Also I stole this routine from an immortal player, I don't remember who unfortunately, but it's helped me a ton. So in short Aim Training = Aimlab Voltaic, Shooting range = mechanics.