I'm not a super strong guy but I'm fairly fast/"explosive" (for a white guy anyway). Here's the deal, a lot of times when I'm lifting people say "Dude you could do way more" because of the speed I'm moving the bar. But the thing is, I've never been one to grind out a super heavy, 5 second long rep. Either I'm gonna get it or I'm not.
It's most pronounced when I'm deadlifting, and in my head I grab the bar and I want to YANK it off the ground. And I'm either gonna do that, or it probably won't even budge. Is that A) just a genetic difference in strength types or muscle fibers or whatever B) a different kind of strength that I can fix through training adjustments, or C) maybe I'm just a big weiner and I give up on the lift if I can't blast through it.
Thanks for the help.