Eighth speed drill
When you have dry fired until your fingers are numb its time to head to the range. When I head off to the range to train I like to start with an eighth speed drill. I leave my handgun in my holster. Then I purposely and methodically take my hands from a natural resting position and at one eighth speed I move both hands together paying close attention to where they are at all times. I go through every step of my draw at this speed until I have fired one round with two sight pictures. Then I reverse the process for re-holstering. I will continue this process until my magazine is empty. Depending on how this went I may choose to do it again or call it a day. This simple but effective drill trains your muscles where to go once you move onto full speed.