How E-athletes Train for Gaming

E-athletes sit down and play video games for six to eight hours at a time. But if you don’t think Mike “FlameSword” Chaves and the OpTic Gaming team train hard, think again.

In this clip from Red Bull eSports‘ series, Optic Gaming: Behind the Green Wall, high-performance consultant Tyler Jewell takes the team through a series of drills and workouts to help improve their dexterity and agility on the sticks.

Read more about Chaves and his badass video gaming teammates—and their training routines—here.