One of the critical aspects of any training we may undertake is the development of a 'Spidey Sense' along with any physical moves and or weapons continuum.
Take this for example
The U.S. Office of Naval Research pointed to sixth sense research about how "humans can detect and act on unique patterns without consciously and intentionally analyzing them." _ It hopes to encourage such intuition in the brains of new soldiers, Marines and other troops with little or no battlefield experience.
Having intuition allows for split-second detection of patterns in the midst of uncertain scenarios -- a possibly life-saving action in the face of an ambush or area rigged with roadside bombs.
But intuition stands apart from step-by-step, time-consuming analytical thinking because it happens both rapidly and subconsciously. A soldier may see, smell or hear something that gets subconsciously organized within hundreds of milliseconds to create the "feeling or impression of a solution" leading up to a sudden insight about the battlefield situation.
As an Infantry foot soldier, I recall a similar training approach especially when we were to be sent on patrol.
Now the question is how any of us 'train' in developing can this 'Spidey sense' in civilian life and this goes to our training methodology being addressed here.
Here is something from the US military
The U.S. military also pointed to studies suggesting a sixth sense can arise from "implicit learning" -- absorbing information without being aware of the learning process -- rather than building up expertise through years of practice. Ordinary examples of implicit learning include bike riding, learning new languages or developing intuition about how other people may act.