Your neuro training stuff is great, however I would like to know you thoughts on type 3’s.
Type 3’s seem to be screwed from a development stand point. Based on how they train (low frequency, low intensity, high volume, slow progression, need greater recovery) they will never be able to make gains in the same rate as a 1a, 1b or 2a would. In one of your videos you mentioned how the nervous system determines the structure of the body. I agree with it, but under that premise type 3 are shit out of luck. Do you believe there is a way for the type 3’s to change to type 2’s then transition to type 1’s? Or should that person train like a Type 1 in hopes their nervous system will eventually adapt and change to be more like type one?
I would love to know your thoughts on that process because in basic lifting making gains is gains. However, when it is for sport or competition time plays a role, whomever can make the most gains in that amount of time will do better. To create the best we have to be able to make the athletes able to do the best and it seems clear that the 1B 2A types will be the most dominate in sport.