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Thanks for the feedback. I guess Express vs. Develop could be applied to that scenario as well, but I have used it with another purpose (in more micro level). For example same principle can be used in motor learning – coaches often confuse performance with learning, so if athletes are performing well they assume athletes are learning. This is not always the case – take a look at blocked vs random/variable practice. Even if the performance is worse in the latter, the learning and remembering (after couple of days of not training) is better.
Same thing with strength training. Check Sheiko approach where they train most of the time <85% 1RM and very far away from failure and compare that to testing your strength every time you train with approaches such as HIT.
Hope this make sense