Visual cueing may be ideal for a visual learner i.e. someone who learns best when they can watch and then mimic a movement being performed by a coach or training partner. A tactile or "touch" cue may be ideal for the kinesthetic learner who thrives in environments that require some hands-on coaching. Driving the ViPR to locate an object (like the coach's hand) is an effective way to help someone move in the desired direction and range of motion. Visual or tactile cueing is best used when initially learning an exercise, but should be removed within 1-2 sets to allow for Self-Organization.