All right boys and girls - this is the big day! You've learned about tactics, weapons, and sensors. You can field strip a 20 mike mike auto-cannon and hit a fly with a boom tube at a hundred meters. Missile fusing is instinct. Now its on maneuvers. For the first time, you are wearing a complete and fully operational Tactical Augmentation System.
Now, you are going to go over to that truck there, and move everything inside it through the alleyway, and into the fourth floor flat. There is no elevator.
Whats the f--n' hold up here? You all have functioning audio sensors! You think this is some kind of a joke?
The most important lessons you can learn are lying on those stairs and hiding in that tiny bathroom. By the time you fill that apartment, you will know your suit. Moving the couch won't be any easier, but taking the stairs three dozen times will not leave you winded. Moving through the kitchen will teach you to compensate for your extra height and bulk. Handling glass will teach you restraint when using hydraulic gauntlets - or you'll be picking it up with tweezers all night.
Suits compensate for weakness, they do not add strength. The only superpower is your mind, your training, and your tactics.