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The coach or instructor can immediately determine what parts or aspects of the athlete's skills are lacking and can focus on improving them first. Part instruction would then be used to make those skills better and then the whole instruction would be used again so the coach could determine how much the athlete's skills have improved and, by improving those skills, if another skill has suffered because of the increased knowledge.

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