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Jance Footit

As you have said, experience will dictate everything in regards to neuro typing. It is interesting information and if you learn in in depth you should be able to use it to make on the spot decisions but I have never seen it been able to apply to an athlete over an entire macrocycle. A neuro transmitter profile can change from many variables. At the end of the day we know more about the transformation you would get from a specific type of training rather than training someone based on a neuro type, so better results would be expected from something tried and true. But like I said, if you are at least aware of the neurotyping information it can make you better at shaping training around daily fluctuations in your athlete. Side note, I have traveled the world and met gold medal Olympians and coaches in many sports. Not a single one of them even knew what neuro typing was. Take that for what it is worth.