Here's a standard training day for me if I do not have anything specific I want to work on for exampel like a particular prop ( which I will post more of these as I have more free time).
You will begin to notice most of my training looks very similar with very few adjustments mainly addresses being shot off of or more distance included but it doesn't change much because I have a system that I use as a baseline to keep my training focused and allows me to see results much more clearly.
Start off with some warm up dry fire drills.
5x Prone Dry FIre
5x Standing Dry fire
5x Kneeling Dry fire
5x Sitting Dry fire
Then clean up with with a 5 round group from the prone ( this is to settle in with the rifle, and also will allow you to confirm zero before beginning live fire).
Kraft Challenge (12 rnds):
(Pick 4 of the 6 addresses to use for the course of fire)
3 rotations in this order (17 rnds total at this point)
5 iterations of transition drills for time(Based off Kraft number from previous drill)
Any order you wish, transition from position to position and fire 1 shot under the time limit
ie: Post one in condition 3 -> beeper goes -> transition to post 2 fire one shot on kraft target.
5x (first transition)
5x (second transition)
5x (third transition)
5x (fourth transition)
(If you are well under the time constraints you can transition earlier to another position to save rounds for another spot fif you prefer)
Target: Kraft paper (clean sheet)
(20 rnds : total 37 rnds)
You will then have at least 13 rounds left to shoot whatever you want
( I usually will pick my worst transition and put at least 3 more on that address)
Then you can shoot to distance not under time, or if your feeling spicy enough run the drill under time but now use a distance target!