Neurotyping is an amazing system, I’ve taken all courses and it’s helped me tons, so thank you!
According to neurotyping, explosive people will usually have high acetylcholine and good coordination. I understand there can be exceptions defined by the ACTN3 gene. However these are supposed to be rare cases.
About how rare is that in percentage? I have quite a few people I work with who are exceptionally explosive but also poor motor learners and have pretty bad coordination. They can’t grasp a technique easily and often times have a problem controling their explosive movements. I would expect them to be less since we’re talking about very rare occasions.