Throw humility out of the window. Here's one for a static/"stand still" range.
1. Run a sheet with multiple targets on it out to 5-7 yards. Number each target.
2. pick any in-place exercise that you can do in a small space. jumping jacks or push ups are great, sprinting in place works, etc.
3. bang out a few seconds of the above exercise
4. step up to the left most side of your lane, shoot target 1 once
5. side step to the right most side of your lane, shoot target 1 a second time
6. side step back to the left most side of your lane, shoot target 2 once
7. side step to the right most side of your lane, shoot target 2 a second time
This is just an example, but it gets you elevated heart rate, target cycling, some degree of controlled move + shoot, and works within the rules of most ranges. There are a lot of ways to adapt, of course. Those big sheets with 5 targets are awesome for this. You can make bigger transitions (target 1 to target 5, target 5 to target 2, etc), and can add the element of a friend calling out targets for you to transition to.
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