Wonderful - that is a great analogy and one that I can comprehend to. I will surely give this a workout.
Come to thing of it, the second to last range visit I remember using a rhythm pattern while shooting. I wasn't counting in any means, but I was using the echo of the shot to begin my next shot - you know, boom echo, reset, boom, echo reset, etc., and going with the groove. It was late in the session and just about dusk and things just started to groove. Though I know my accuracy did not getting better, the way I received felt recoil did. I was able to get back to the sight picture in a moreso mechanical way using the rhythm of the sounds.
I will try the mentronome for dry fire sessions, thanks.