Why FIFA Players Need Personalized Coaching
Competitive FIFA is individualistic in nature. You sit alone in front of your TV or monitor, you hold your controller in your own hands, and you face off against other players across the world with your own skill and FIFA acumen.
However, despite being individualistic in nature, there is much benefit to be had from seeking external help in FIFA. Relying on yourself alone puts you at risk of hitting a skill ceiling that you would otherwise avoid if you sought out some external help.
At the moment, YouTube and Twitch constitute the biggest sources for external help on FIFA.
Many pro players and skilled content creators put out tutorials and live streams. By doing so, they let you view the consistent patterns and nuances in their play – allowing you to learn new ways to approach FIFA through sheer observation.
This is why many FIFA players are able to get better at the game by simply watching lots of streams and soaking in lots of tutorials. After a while of watching other competitive FIFA players perform at a high level – your brain internalizes their techniques and begins to deploy them naturally when you play.
But here’s the thing – while watching tutorials is a great way to improve your skills, it’s important to note that there’s only so much you can learn from observing other competitive FIFA players.