Whether you rank low or high, practicing these skills will give you a leg up over the competition.  This TikTok video, shared by stefvgg, presents some stunning aerial shots. Learning to execute them will give you the expertise you need to shoot for the stars. If you can score on some of these without the ball touching the ground, you are on your way. “Once you practice doing redirects a ton, you can get into doing fancy stuff like redirect double-taps and other types of creative shots,” stefvgg says. “I just recommend doing this pack every day. I used to do it once a day. It’s got 50 shots and it’s just phenomenal for your timing and just getting used to putting really tough shots into the net.” Remember that practicing and using these skills on their own are not what affects your ranking. But acquiring these talents will up your game and make you more competitive. Ultimately, that’s what counts. According to The Loadout, the important criteria is always wins and losses. “Your rank is determined by your MMR, or Matchmaking Rank. Wins make it go up, losses make it go down, and each rank and division has a set MMR target value you need to reach in order to progress.” These skills, of course, are probably not going to put you in the Rocket League Championship Series Finals. But don’t forget that the 2022 finals are late summer in Dallas. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, these will be the first finals since 2019 in Madrid, so it will be quite an anticipated event.

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