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Who Needs a lot of Variation and Who Doesn’t

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Neurotyping / Strength and performance / Training / Videos / 22 October, 2018

A common belief in personal training is that you need to keep changing things around, but that’s not 100% true. Yes, variation to some degree is good …

Why Some People Look Lazy in Training but Compete Like Machines

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Neurotyping / Videos / 19 September, 2018

If you’ve training high-level or elite athletes, you’ve seen these guys. They get to the gym and they look and act lazy. They’re really chill, they se…


By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Articles / Miscellaneous / Neurotyping / 28 August, 2018

I originally developed the Neurotyping system to help me understand myself. I have so many psychological issues that it would be too long to list them…

Quick guide to peri workout nutrition and supplements for each neurotype

By Stéphane Aubé

/ Neurotyping / Nutrition & Supplementation / 21 August, 2018

Here at Thibarmy, our readers are starting to get a bit more familiar with the neurotyping approach and the big lines that describe each type. Now tha…


By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Articles / Neurotyping / 10 July, 2018

Neurotyping refers to utilizing your personality traits to evaluate your neurotransmitter dominance and utilizing that information to select the best …

What is Anxiety and Why Are Some People More Prone To It

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Neurotyping / Videos / 06 July, 2018

From the perspective of the Neurotyping system, Chris explains what cause anxiety and why some people are more prone to it, as well as what to do abou…

Why Do Some People Recover More Easily From Heavy Sessions

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Miscellaneous / Neurotyping / Strength and performance / Training / Videos / 25 June, 2018

Some athletes can train with very heavy weights almost daily and recover easily. In the traditional Bulgarian training system, athletes max out every …

Why Are Some People More Prone to Choking Under Pressure

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Miscellaneous / Neurotyping / Strength and performance / Training / Videos / 20 June, 2018

Some people choke under pressure while others are potentiated by it. How does this work? It really depends on how much activation you need for optimal…

Which Dietary Concept Fits You Best

By Stéphane Aubé

/ Articles / Fat loss / Neurotyping / Nutrition & Supplementation / 19 June, 2018

One of the biggest doubts that come to mind for people who follow a particular type of diet to lose fat or gain muscle mass is to know if their dietar…

Isometric Training in the ‘Skill-Stability Paradigm’

By Steffan Jones

/ Articles / Miscellaneous / Neurotyping / Strength and performance / Training / 14 June, 2018

This is a 3- part series on isometric training and how I implement it as a preparation coach in fast bowling in cricket. Fast bowling can be seen as t…

Mistakes I Made: Using redundant training volume

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Muscle gain / Neurotyping / Strength and performance / Videos / 11 June, 2018

We have a limited capacity to recover from training, and depending on your capacity, you may be able to tolerate less or more volume. For example, the…

Finding the diet that works best for you – Part 1

By Christian Thibaudeau

/ Neurotyping / Nutrition & Supplementation / 07 May, 2018

In this 3-part series, Chris discusses dieting. There are about 10,000 different types of diets out there all promising superior results when compared…