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Type 1B- less practice = better skill ?

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    lwpenn
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    Hope all is well, Coach.

    I purchased & completed the Neurotyping test a few weeks ago. My scores were 138 (Type 1A), 143 (1B), 30 (2A), 39 (2B), 75 (Type 3).

    I am completing my NASM certification in March and will become Neurotyping-certified.

     

    I’ve been wondering a couple of things & have been searching for an answer to no avail.

     

    1) I tend to see decreased performance in highly technical movements- such as clean from floor- when practice/frequency is higher. In some podcasts, you mention 1Bs not needing as much practice due to acetylcholine. Is this the case for me ?

     

    2) I was very vocal & dominant as a young child but became more “quiet” and have high emotionality & some anxiety frequently at 31, since 11 or 12 years old. My father was very powerful, angry, demanding (from rough neighborhood in rural Jamaica). Is this nurture creating Typer 3 qualities ? Can this profound effect occur ?

     

    I appreciate your work AND your time. My wife just had my son- our 2nd child- on January 1st and personally understand time constraints for the parent with a new son !!

     

    Lee

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