It's a bit more complicated that the standard routing involving shoe leather and chewing gum, and other people have noticed this as well. But why stop with a routine that involves about as much of one as it does the other?
Imagine an IDPA match with the targets 3-5 times as far away and as much further apart. Now carry a carbine.
My shooting was O.K. it's just that I can't actually seem to move any faster than continental drift.
Obviously I need to train by jogging around the block while carrying my rifle and occasionally aiming at targets of opportunity like signposts, license plates, or mail boxes. That ought to do it.
Maybe the R.O. would entertain a class for those of us in need of mobility carts?