Still going with the plan. I have a lot of thesis work to do today, so shooting will take a bit of a back seat. I should get some good practice in this weekend.
Anyway, the plan
a) Walk briskly 10 minutes a day
b) Dry fire 10 minutes a day - basic dry fire plan
c) Hold gun up as long as possible weak hand and strong hand twice a day pressing the trigger to the rear without disturbing the sights.
d) Visualize 5 minutes a day of a perfect sight picture
e) Live fire practice timing drills and transitions
Not today. Libraries frown on Live fire practice. Something about the noise :).
f) Compete in local competitions focusing on safety and smoothness
Tomorrow, I swear.