I’m new to shooting, and I’d like to know some thoughts around the best ways to practice. I do my shooting at an indoor range, with a maximum distance of 75 yards. I’ve seen some posts here which describe shooting drills, but if I get too carried away with shooting from a prone position or rapid fire, they will kick me out of the range. Anyway, I’ve found that about 100 - 200 rounds is all I like to shoot at one session. Any more rounds than that, and I lose my concentration and the groups aren’t very tight. I typically shoot in the 20, 25, 30 range, but there is no purpose to the distance I’m selecting, just what I feel like. Should I start close, like 20 feet, and then move to 25 and further? Or is it better to start from further away and work back in? Honestly, I have no idea what I can do to become better shot other than shoot more often. But I’d hate to aimlessly fire off rounds when there is a more efficient way to train. Any help or routine is appreciated.