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Which of the following is not a purpose of a teaching progression?
Teaching progressions are useful for coaches trying to teach the movement, but not for uncoached lifters who should start by copying what they see in the gym.
Teaching progressions are designed with care to cover everything every lifter will need to get through the movement, but no more. It’s important to go by the script verbatim—like a checklist—so you don’t miss anything and have to come back to it later.
When learning the teaching progressions, which of the following methods are more likely to be effective at helping with memory and execution? (select all that apply)