I have strong practical skills due to minimal cognitive impairments and no disorganization, at least no significant disorganization, I may be a little scatterbrained at times but I feel scatterbrained, I dont behave scatterbrained. I can only focus on one thing at a time, my family members have told me about this. I cant keep track of two people talking to me from other side of the room, but I scored 133 on that IQ test we all took.
I am practically intelligent, I would say, I know how to do some tricky technique stuff in powerlifting and that takes practice and you have to get a feel for the lifting techniques, you can be told what to do but you yourself are the one whos gonna do the technique right and lift heavy without getting injured.
Even learning to wear powerlifting gear, belts, wraps, sleeves, use chalk for your hands, it all shows that I can figure out rather stimulating little tasks with intuition. I used to just give up on typing my own knee wraps, but another team member showing my step my step how to do it (its really not easy to do yourself, by the way) and now I can wrap my knees without messing up in like a minute, and a good tight wrap without spaces in between wraps. If you cant feel your feet, you’re doing it right.
And technique for squatting, deadlifting and benching is ridiculously complex. Forget everything you thought you knew about those three exercises, when you are using heavy ass weights, you have to use perfect form or the weights wont move and you will get hurt. You have to keep certain muscles at certain tensions, move each body part in a certain way at a certain speed, and grip the bar in a certain way, to put it as simply as I can.
I think having poor practical skills can be attributed to sedation from meds (me without coffee? LOL good for nothing!) or disorganization symptoms, which are not ones fault.