First of all, great information.
However, I have a question on…
Introduction to Neurotyping - The Type 1A Profile
I’m not quite sure what you mean by these individuals having…
Strong Neural Dominance
Low Muscular Dominance.
Since these individual respond better to heavy training (such as myself), it seem like they would have a greater muscular dominance and lower neural dominance.
I discussed this years ago in an email to David Kerin a article that he wrote and you mentioned that you liked…
What is the most direct means to achieve strength gains specific to the demands of jumping events? https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/0733/0c0c2586b1597a916bb80fc15b84d574b6da.pdf?_ga=2.88022360.1352077787.1596707653-1997008527.1596707653
In his article, Kerin noted two different types of jumpers.
- Neural Explosive Jumpers
This group were able neurally turn on fast twitch muscle fiber; were more explosive.
- Strength Jumpers
This group essentially were more strength dominate; “Muscle it up”, so to speak.