Taskmaster has some peculiar condition that lets him learn any sort of physical motion simply by watching it. He doesn't even have to practice it; he just watches, then repeats. Simple.
At some point, to expand his array of skills, he procured footage of various hero types doing their flippy, jumpy, fighty thing, and watched it, picking up all sorts of cool moves from Captain America, Daredevil, and so on. If he watches the footage on fast forward, he can even use the moves at that speed for brief periods of time, assuming he's not already too worn down.
I was mulling that over at work this morning, during some down time, and I started thinking about the limits of that ability. If Taskmaster video recorded himself watching footage of say, Iron Fist, then watched the video of himself on fast forward, could he copy his own ability to copy moves, only at an even greater speed? Normally, he has to see the entire move before he can copy it, but perhaps this way he could perceive what the move was going to be the moment the person he's observing/fighting even starts to move, let alone even really start the attack. He could mirror their move back at them even as they were unleashing it upon him.
Then I thought that perhaps observing himself copying people could cause some sort of exponential increase in his ability, as though it removed block, and he could then read a person's intentions or emotions based on body language. Not telepathy, more like what Cassandra Cain has, which is really an amped up version of what Taskmaster has*.
* Sort of. Reading the Kelley Puckett issues, Cassandra can certainly perceive a wider array of things from a person than Taskmaster, but he's been portrayed as being able to learn a person's entire fighting style from one move, whereas I know Batman said it took him 5 minutes to teach Cass stick fighting. Admittedly, that's really fast, but not quite the same as "You executed a back flip into a double foot smash to the face; I know now every move you'll make". Then again, you can flummox both their abilities if you're crazy; see Cass against the Joker and Tasky against Deadpool.