A technique for training a subject to successfully perform a physical task and thereby acquire a skill in the performance of that task involves analyzing the action characteristics of the subject and, from that analysis, establishing an optimal sequence of movements to be carried out by the subject that are associated with particular patterning of the subject's body parts. In particular, a movement analyst observes the movement of a subject to identify that subject's particular actioning modality and, from that identification, develops an action form sequence that is appropriate for the subject's psychomotor process. Once the body part for initiating a movement within the action form sequence has been identified, it is coordinated with the effective psychomotor function, so that by training a subject with respect to his/her aligning, contouring or balancing sensibilities, the subject will be able to develop optimal action form sequencing.
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