Hola! My current WIP is in the outlining stage, and it focuses on my MC Seren trying to figure out how to save the world. To do this, she must destroy an object with magic. However, magic is very hard to use. So she must train for a long time to tap into it and use it like it's second nature. As of right now, I have her starting to train in Ch10. I'll cover two days worth of training with two experienced trainers. Then I'll have another training session in Ch12. But in that session, I wanted it to span about a week. I need her to learn quickly but still convey that it didn't happen overnight. So I figured, since I cover two solid days of it before, that it would be okay to not go into such strong detail for the remainder of her training. (There will be more training later in the novel too.) For example, I might start the chapter off by saying, "For the next week, Seren fell into a strong routine. Eat, train, sleep. But she was making progress. She could feel herself getting stronger, her magic growing, but she knew it wouldn't be enough." I'd obviously go into a little more detail than that, throwing in some minor successes or conversations in summary form. I just worry that it may throw readers off since there was only one chapter of training before. So would this be an okay way to go about it? Thanks!