I have a question relating to a person's 'genetic potental'/'genetic tendancies' and how these factors dictate the way in which a person 'puts muscle on' in relation to the execises they do. Now obviously, this is a very broad topic and the apparent answer I'm expecting to get from people is: 'genetics dicate everything dumbass'. However, I guess what I really want to know is:
Because of our genetics, is the way in which we'll look when we become 'fully developed' from training unavoidable? For example, if one already has big traps (from poor training) and pitifully underdeveloped everything else, will continuing to do heavy deadlifts cause my traps to reach their 'genetic limit' and allow everything else (other muscles of the back) to catch up, or will my traps continue to grow at the same rate as everything else and this disproportion will never 'self-correct').
If this is true, does this mean that regardless of how piss-poor a person's training was in the past, if they eventally get on track by 'training smart' and sticking with it, imbalances sort themselves out in the end?
I appreciate any feedback.