Our perception (sensory awareness and body-space awareness) is the key element for learning movement. Not memorization of techniques, performance cues, or instructions.
Instead of learning techniques, if you simply understand the basic cycle of movement and how to apply it, you can create an appropriate and efficient (natural) technique for any movement. Applying it requires perception. Perception is only developed through paying attention and regularly practicing diverse, natural movement.
So rather than trying to learn and copy techniques, understand in simple terms what is really hapening when you move, enhance your perception, and see how much simpler and more natural movement becomes and feels.
If it’s within your current ability, try the Shaolin Head Flip demonstrated in the video. It’s a simple enough movement that doesn’t require any extraordinary raw physical strength or ability, but it does require a certain body-space awareness and basic perception to FEEL the movement, coordinate the action, and do it safely with minimal effort.
Rather than just exercising, enhance your perception!