I’ve read that doing too much low-intensity drawn out cardio can tax your type I fibers too much (after time) causing the type II fibers to do the work for them. And as a result of this, they eventually take on type I characteristics and lose their explosive type II characteristics.
My question is this: is it possible for this situation to go the other way? Can you somehow someway get your type I fibers to take on type II characteristics? Or is this just wishful thinking?
Also, if an individual has done enough drawn-out aerobic work to possibly cause some of this “type II changeover” what should be done to reverse this process? Just lift lots of heavy shit as explosively as possible?