Dryfire for today
I started out doing draws onto poppers at 10 yards to add some discipline to my first shot, alternating between large and small poppers. I was doing pretty good at .9 second par, .8 second par had me getting just a little wild, but I still mostly hit my shots onto the stem of the popper if not the calibration zone. I felt some improvement with this drill, I like it.
For the rest of the session I did transition drills. I started with the hopkins. Never done this one, I like it! I did the patterns in the book but then started doing my own 4 or 6 pattern transitions. I realized early in that I had a tendency to have my eyes follow the gun- I made a conscious effort to drive the gun to my eyes and that really picked up my times. The dot was always where I wanted it!
I then moved onto an alternating height transition drill, with up and down spaced targets. I've seen many of these arrays lately (there were a few in Utah) so I thought it'd be a good practice. My fastest times came from going low to high but I was pretty close going high to low too.
I then put up a drill I think I got from Triangle Tactical they just called 'all alphas'. I threw up 10 different targets, some paper, some steel (poppers and plates) and then you just transition between them, only getting good A hits, with a reasonable par time, like 10 seconds. If you succeed, you lower it to 8, then to 6, or whatever, and still try to get your good hits. Challenging and I felt like it was improving my transitions.