anyway, I was watching fpvods recently, and i discovered something that pros do very well that I don't do often is screen switching.
screen switching is the ability to turn your screen from one area of play quickly to the next without interrupted play. by moving the screen around to all visible areas of the map, and commanding the units in that area, you're effectively multitasking. By default, this raises your Eapm.
So I was stuck at around 130 apm for the last 6 months, wondering how the heck do pros and some foreigners get such high eapm. I just played a game with the intention of screen switch as efficiently and quickly as possible. The end result was that I had 152 Eapm for an 18 minute game. That's +22 eapm higher than my average.
The pitfall is because I'm not use to it yet, my control is abysmal. The more I refine my play and incorporate my screen switching, surely the higher my eapm will go.
For those who are interest about Eapm, hopefully this has helped you. Try to incorporate more screen switching into your game to improve your multitasking and your eapm will skyrocket.