Ok thanks coach, I actually think your correct with type 3 because I’ve always been naturally skinny/fat, my whole life, hard to put on muscle and hard to get cut. I have to put in a ton of years and effort to look they way I do. Plus I’m prone to anxiety, I stress easily and have sleeping issues. But the only thing that throws me off is that I do like different types of training styles and respond to all of them but only for short periods. I was always drawn to bodybuilding (started when I was 12) and I like the pump and feeling the the target muscles work but I also love heavy weight like triples. I’ve discovered for me the most efficient way to gain muscle is through lower volume high intensity and fairly low carbs to cut. The worst type of training for me is high volume with or without high frequency even when eating a lot. But I keep falling into that trap cause I am a bit of a stimulus junkie and like the pump, but I get weak and soft quickly from it. Layers and clusters have always worked very well for me. My best gains in size and strength were way back when you introduced the perfect rep. I would pick one compound movement and pyramid up to a few sets of heavy triples, doubles or even a single and then do a couple back off sets and finish that body part. But I do get injured easily and have many permanent injuries, tears etc. Not sure if that changes anything. I guess now I’m starting to sound like an OCD type 3 lol.
So just to be certain when selecting a program from your site I’m assuming I stick with type 3 related programs? Thanks again for all your advice over the years.