Сould you clarify one point.
In your article (https://www.t-nation.com/training/unlock-natural-gains-neuro-type-1), you say “Type 1 lifters need a lot of variation in their training. They’re your typical” I can’t follow a program "guys. They always want to try something new. If you put them on programs like 5/3/1 or The Power Look (programs based around doing the same stuff over and over) they’ll get de-motivated and won’t get results. "
So the 5/3/1 program is not the best choice for 1A, isn’t it?
But in the second part of your Neurotypes course, you give an example that the 5/3/1 program is a great option for 1A%
“But 4 exercises is normally the starting formula for the type 1A. I know it’s not a lot, but look at traditional, perfect 1A program, Jim Wendler’s 5/3/1.”
I’m a little confused. Perhaps this is due to my English, as it is not my native language.