Quick actions are those that typically have one movement.
Ex. “Quick jabbing with fist already in guard position,” “throwing one’s self to the ground,” “firing a weapon that has already been aimed,” etc.
Regular actions tend to have two movements or moving parts.
Ex. “winding up and punching,” “yelling something coherent,” “interacting with a display,” etc.
Slow actions require more than two movements.
Ex. “performing a kick sweep,” “running from immediate range to close range,” “drawing and firing a weapon,” etc.