”The Best of blacksmiths never hits the same way twice, they alter their strikes by looking at the results they are getting” – Nikolai Bernstein. 

”Repetitions without repetitions” means that once we are solving the problem, in combat taking the person out, the ”one right technique” changes and it is more important to be able to deliver, e.g., punches that give the wanted feedback (result) in what ever manner needed. 

This fast -tracks the learning and directs our attention to results over the form. Now of course, when we describe the problem correctly, our opponent defending and responding to our action, we learn very quickly to overcome these constraints.