2021.10.16 01:26 MintyNiko rusted axles
2021.10.16 01:26 vPrune Need 1 for rec. Either someone to sit hash or a lockdown. Add me PruneDot on PS5
2021.10.16 01:26 trevin95 Back to mining SHIB
2021.10.16 01:26 nobrakes1975 marbles, by me, 2021.
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2021.10.16 01:26 GCHQA COME TO BRAZIL
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2021.10.16 01:26 ddshroom When Scout LaRue Willis sings the universe glows and flows with brilliance and joy!
2021.10.16 01:26 Bullshitlikethis Reaching the glass ceiling at work and feeling depressed and lost and as a minority I will never succeed
I work in a profession that I love, that I believe is making the world a better place and all that. It’s a time and energy consuming profession, I knew and accepted. I just want to make something out of it.
I find it more and more difficult. Although honestly I’m good at what I’m doing (from all the feedback and job offer etc.), few people gives a shit about what I say, because I’m young and foreign and a woman. I constantly need to prove myself, and it’s still not enough. Every other person I met at work assume I’m an intern, not because of what I do but just the first time they meet me, even though I’m much more experienced and with title and all. People keep pushing difficult and less fun work on me, if I decline I’m labelled difficult to work with. Every tiny opportunity I got from work I need to ask 10 times, while other colleagues got to choose and pass those things that I would value. etc etc etc.
It breaks me at the point where I got cancelled by a client, on a project I worked my ass off for 2 years. They can’t even name a fault, the whole reason is they want someone local. Given the circumstances I went all the extra miles, made it absolute priority, contributed more than anyone else for it, even saving their ass sometime because they can’t finish their own tasks. A local (respect and love them not saying they’re bad) would not have done it better. Yet all I got in the end is getting kicked out of something I built.
I can’t make sense of it anymore. I’m not asking for anything I haven’t worked for, just throw me a bone sometimes. Growing up I was in a dark place for some years. The profession I chose was the one thing that gets me out of it, something I can focus and enjoy and gives me the fulfilment. Now it makes me feel like I’m not worth anything. I hurt myself physically to release the guilt and disappointment. I don’t know how to go on.
Rambling, just want to let it out. Thanks if anyone reads to this point.
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2021.10.16 01:26 Kirbyboy7 Now look at this
2021.10.16 01:26 kpsdarlin Preview of social story and "pocket routine" for better bedtimes.
2021.10.16 01:26 Fookes64 I made a Star Fox themed Roblox game a year or so ago, and look what finally happened today 🙃
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2021.10.16 01:26 k2stylez What could a major earthquake in Vancouver do to the local and national RE market
Given the predictions of a big one occuring in the next 50 years. I'm referring to a significant portion of building damaged. Core services (water, natural gas, electricity, healthcare) and supply issues are limited for many months.
Are there lessons from other markets where this has happened?
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2021.10.16 01:26 Dontforgayjesus "Dr. Stephan Hoeller: Manly Palmer Hall and Carl Gustav Jung: The Story and Message of Two" Sages [Soft Spoke][Man][1:19:45]
2021.10.16 01:26 Soggy-Alfalfa-3352 What is a story you always fall back on? the one you've told so many times you nearly have it memorised?
2021.10.16 01:26 SuperGandalff 121 days
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2021.10.16 01:26 siber_stan The Three American Powerhouses: What if lake Agassiz and an inverted Hudson bay covered North America? [altgeo / no lore}
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2021.10.16 01:26 octagonlord69 Then they pull out their lead pipe when I get close
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2021.10.16 01:26 NtsParadize Lucas Di Grassi, FIA Formula E World Champion, tweets a meme featuring Rothbard, Mises and Hayek
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2021.10.16 01:26 Killermondoduderawks Ok does the anime break from the manga?
Because season 1 was awesome, really well thought out with thought provoking morality plays. Season 2 suxx compared to the original The morality plays suck the animation sucks and the stories suck
It’s like season 1 was Justice League
Season 2 is the super friends
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2021.10.16 01:26 trappgawdd Love refill day, 90 script bars, 120 soma countless Subutex 8mg’s & my pharma meth otw, puffco pro 🔥
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2021.10.16 01:26 66MalibuSS The Walmart I normally go to has been pretty dry for a bit
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2021.10.16 01:26 Gan69420 Society
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2021.10.16 01:26 ringingbells Sleeps in Tesla factory, sells all houses, calls Robinhood CEO the day after the stock buy freeze live streaming and asks "Did anything shady happen?" Bless.
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2021.10.16 01:26 jammingsummer MIL is meeting our puppy this weekend! How should I tell her I’m pregnant??
My husband and I want to tell his mom I’m pregnant in a cute way but we’re unsure how to say it since she’s coming over to meet our pup!! How do we do it in a cute way?
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2021.10.16 01:26 justtttry Rocket league lesson from a champ player
This post is going to be my master class as to why you are below the rank of champ. (specifically high champ) This post may help some higher level players with some general things but for the most part, if you are below champ this may help.
As a backstory, I’m a c3 player who has been playing since 2016 but only has about 700-800 hours in this game as I keep burning myself out. I recently got into coaching people since I wasn't having fun grinding anymore and I thought maybe if I help some people it will help me get my drive back. I guess it did since I'm making this...
This post is going to focus on a few main points specifically in 1s and 2s as I'm not a 3s player. feel free to skip to any sections you might find more useful than others. Also, after this guide goes up, I'm going to be working on a gold - plat and a plat - diamond post to better nail in the specifics of each rank and what is mandatory and unnecessary while pointing out common mistakes rather than have general advice like in this post.
Section 1: Rotation
Section 2: Defense
Section 3: Offence
Section 4: Mechanics (what you should be doing)
I don’t have time to finish what I would like to currently but in the next few days I am going to try and get another 4 sections out:
Section 5: How to play as a team
Section 6: general game sense
Section 7: the fastest way to improve
Section 8: mindset
If you are a 1s player this section won’t matter to you but any 2s player, listen. Your goal in a rotation is to cover as much of the field as possible while not messing up your teammates, that is the simple reason why we rotate. If you and 1 other player are covering the same area, you cover less and get in each other's way. If you are farther away from your teammate, you cover more space and can’t interfere with each other. This is a simple concept that people understand but don't put into action in game. It causes problems in most ranks when people don’t rotate or position properly because they chase the ball. General awareness will help with this and is what you should be putting brain power into in game. At all moments of the game you should know where your teammate/teammates are, and where your opponents are. This will better help you to be in an advantageous position and cause less problems with rotation. The method that I was taught to use is to imagine that the field is divided into 6 parts, where the big boost pads are. All these parts cover 1/6 of the field. Stay 1 section away from your teammate (in 2s) in most situations. This will help you get out of your teammates' way and help to cover more area. Overall, stay off your teammates and give them space and both of you will have a better time, no matter the rank you are.
It is also useful to know that at higher level there is no rotation, if you are close to the ball, you go if you have a boost. You know how much boost your teammate has and you know if they will turn. There are positions (a lot of them) where it is better for your teammate to go but you are next in rotation. For the meantime it is your ball but at a higher rank it would be your teammates ball. It is your job in the game to understand what your teammates' intentions and movements mean for the play. Read what your teammate is doing and you won’t cut them off.
When on defense, you have 3 main goals. Don't let the ball go into the net, to relieve pressure, and to start an offence. It is very obvious that you shouldn’t let the ball in the net but it’s harder than said as I'm sure most people know. After this you want to relieve pressure. You do this by either clearing the ball, or getting the ball into a position where they have a hard time scoring from. This will usually be in your corner or in your possession whether it’s in your car or near you. After you relieve pressure, you then have the goal of following the ball and start an offence whether it is just a simple shot or something more advanced. This is the main idea of offence and it is played differently in almost every rank because of the second step of relieving pressure.
At lower ranks, it is as simple as hitting the ball down field to relieve pressure but when you get to higher ranks, it starts to be more tricky. You need to learn how to clear the ball in good positions, you need to know when to make a challenge, and you need to know when you can and can't take possession. While defense is harder at higher ranks, the same general steps apply and the same strategy is the same while the execution is different. The biggest defense tip I can give to lower ranked players is to go back post. Everyone hears this tip all the time and it is amazing what it can do for lower level players. With this being said, my biggest defense tip to higher level players is to use close post/mid rotations more.
When you are in lower ranks, you don't have the mechanics to do what higher level players can. At lower ranks, taking possession isn’t a thing that happens and generally, players will get farther booming the ball at these ranks than going for a possession they aren’t comfortable with. This means that hitting the ball hard and far is the way to go, and back post rotations are amazing for this. The ball is coming towards you which means more power and possibly more height, this means the ball is easier to hit, and in general, it's more simplistic. This is great for lower level players because it creates a basic structure to defense and you can practice the basics of hitting the ball hard in lower ranks. All this said but the back post system starts to become a bit harder at higher ranks.
When you hit the ball hard with power, the ball will come right back in higher ranks whether its an opponent taking possession or taking a shot. This being said and hitting the ball soft in a back post position will usually lead to you getting challenged and or getting beat. In these situations, it’s hard to win playing back post as you are just constantly passing to your opponents and they are constantly keeping pressure and aren’t really in any danger. With this being said, there is an alternative which is valuable but isn’t a replacement for back post rotation. This alternative is close post rotation. This form of defense requires good car control and relatively decent mechanics. The benefits to close post is that when you save the ball, it is a lot easier to take possession, the ball will be rolling the same way as you and you will typically be in a better position to take the ball as you will be hitting the ball to the corner to take. This creates situations where you immediately relieve pressure as you now have possession and are creating offence. The main last form of defense is mid rotations and is typically the least valuable form despite the fact it can save you. If you are low on boost and out of position, mid is the fastest way back, if you go down mid, there is a boost trail in a straight line if you follow it. This will be enough boost to save any ball and can save you if you need to get back.
Overall, defense has the same main goals at every rank with different execution. Lower level player, go back post most of the time. Higher level players, go back post but also incorporate the other forms of defensive rotation to help you out when you need.
As a side note for defense, I wouldn’t recommend doing defensive training at all. Doing defensive training packs is alright training but is learned over time through all other aspects of the game. In my opinion, training packs are too general for the shots in them to be worth doing unless you know what you are doing and you know specifically what you are struggling with.
Alright, now onto everyone’s favorite topic, offence. Offence can have 2 different main strategies. Either you go for a team based/pressure approach, or you go for a solo play. Either works but it depends on your mechanical level and reading abilities to pull off a solo play. In general, passing plays are risky in 2s and hard to pull off without getting challenged. Solo plays are a lot harder to pull off but you don’t have to commit both players which means a lot less open nets for your opponents.
The thing with offence is that you don’t always choose which strategy you are able to do. If you have a teammate who likes to go for solo dribbles and such, you are more or less forced to play for solo plays. On the other side, there are teammates who can’t do solo plays and try to focus on team play. If you and your teammate are on opposite sides, it creates problems. This is where you have to adapt and improvise. If your teammate is going for a pass, be there. If your teammate is going for a solo play, it isn’t worth being upfield waiting for a pass. As with anything else in this game, it is situational so try your best to adapt.
Now to everyone’s favorite section, mechanics. Everyone wants to hit cool clips and be a good player who can score from anything. It would be nice to be able to put any ball in at any time and create massive pressure from nothing but it’s not always the most valuable thing for your gameplay.
I am a C3 player who has spent too much time doing mechanics training. Whether it was air dribbles, flip resets, ceiling shots, or anything else, I am a player who spent too much time on it. I genuinely think that if I did half the mechanics training I have, I could be well into the Gc ranks.
No matter what rank you are, play freeplay. One of the biggest mistakes I see a lot of lower level players (also high level players but not as often) doing is sitting in training packs rather than playing freeplay. This is the best form of practice for any lower level players and for anyone higher level who thinks they gain more from doing training packs, you are wrong 99% of the time. Freeplay is the best tool for improving mechanics and speed. Freeplay teaches you to play fast and keep speed on the ball. It teaches you how to read the ball and hit the ball in all sorts of different ways. In freeplay, all I recommend doing is chasing the ball, hitting it as hard as you can and jumping for every ball. Practice jumping off walls as much as possible at lower ranks as this is something that is essential and the sooner you learn it the better. Freeplay will help you learn different ways of controlling your car. If I had to stress one thing in this whole section, it would be to play freeplay.
Console players, it is unfortunate but workshop maps are probably the best way to practice aerial control and I highly recommend them. Practice Rings, dribbling and if you like, shot accuracy in workshop maps. Try and make these Maps as hard as possible for yourself while still giving you a chance. In rings, make as many air roll adjustments as possible. Once you get to the point where you are good at that, hold your stick in a direction at all times. Whether it is spinning in a circle or in a straight direction, this will teach you aerial control. In any dribble map, try using as little boost as possible. This will help you learn to both use less boost when dribbling and help you to get better ball control as you won’t need to use boost constantly to dribble. And lastly, if you choose to do some shot accuracy, always shoot the ball as fast and as high on the target as possible. Try and hit the shot as perfect as you can. If you can hit a perfect top corner shot on those targets, what's stopping you from hitting the top corner on every shot you go for.
Lastly for the mechanics section, I know I started this section by saying that I have spent too much time doing advanced mechanics and I should have done a lot less but this doesn’t mean that it is useless. Learning advanced mechanics is extremely useful, but not for the obvious reasons. If you are going for any aerial mechanics, your aerial control is going to improve and if you are learning advanced ground mechanics, your control on the ground is going to improve. I would recommend doing a small bit of advanced mechanics training once you hit play but not to focus on this. Your main focus should be the other two previously listed and then focus on advanced mechanics.
As a side note for mechanics, I’m not saying not to do a ton of advanced mechanics. If that's what you have fun doing, you are going to get better over time. This guide is focusing on the fastest way to improve and if you feel like doing something against this post, do it.
Thanks for reading this post. To anyone who has any criticisms, I will gladly appreciate them and will try to do better on my second post and to anyone who this helps, I’m glad I could help. I wrote this in a single sitting so if it has any repetition in my writing then that's my bad. Feel free to leave any other tips I may have missed in the comments and please let me know any other sections you might want to see talked about.
As a final note, I am a C3 player and I don’t know everything. I’m not a top level player and some info on this post may not be good for you as an individual player. This is a general post for all ranks which is meant to help the general player base so take everything with a grain of salt.
Ps: I am going to be posting this to more than 1 subreddit so sorry if you see my post more than once, I'm trying to spread this so it can help as many people as possible.
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