Now apply that concept to your dry and live Fire plan. Bullseye stuff has a purpose but if you want to get better at USPSA you need to be practicing live shooting at speed and pushing your speed beyond your comfort level at times. It’s the only way to get faster. As Steve says you’ll never know what it’s like to shoot fast until you start shooting fast.
Consider adding some bill drills and doubles to your live regimen. You can shoot doubles at an indoor range if you don’t have access to an outdoor range. You will find it more applicable to USPSA than shooting bullseye and tactical standards repetitively.