The Neurotyping System - Seminar - Montebelluna - Italy, Strength Farm Montebelluna, sabato, 09. novembre 2019

Presenter: Coach Christian Thibaudeau


Foundation of the Neurotyping System

Section 1 - Introductory Principles
1.1 Introduction to Neurotyping
I. Neurological profile and individualization
1.2 Hormones: Sensitivity and Resistance
I. Sensitivity vs Resistance
II. Cortisol
a. Main functions
b. Impacts of acute vs chronic elevation
c. Impact on insulin sensitivity
III. Insulin
a. Complexity of insulin sensitivity
1.3 Neurotransmitters: Function and Contribution to Personality
I. Key neurotransmitters
II. Relation/Ratios between neurotransmitters
III. Excitatory vs inhibitory neurotransmitters

Section 2 - Understanding the Neurotype
2.1 The 5 Profiles by Neurotransmitter Dominance
I. Dopamine dominant profiles
a. Type 1A
b. Type 1B
II. Adrenalin dominant profiles
a. Type 2A
b. Type 2B
III. Serotonin dominant profile
a. Type 3
2.2 Profile Characteristics
I. Dominance and personality characteristics
II. Stress response by profile
III. Generic training and sports profile¸
2.3 Can You Change Your Profile?
2.4 Summarizing the Profiles

Section 3 - Client Evaluation
3.1 Introduction to the Neurotyping Assessment
3.2 Neurotyping Assessment Tools
I. First contact
II. Interview
3.3 Asking Questions

Section 4 - General Training Overview
4.1 Training Overview by Profile
I. Foundational principles
II. General overview by type
4.2 – Training Methods
I. Scale of neurological demands
II. Methods by category

Section 5 –Reviewing the Neurotype
5.1 The Impact of the Neurotype on Strength Training
of the neurotransmitters
II.The neurotype and muscle fiber dominance
5.2Training Principles by Neurotype
characteristics Type 1A –Type 3
5.3Methods by Neurotype

Section 6 -Building Sessions, Microcycles and Mesocycles
6.1 Building a Training Session
variables
6.2 Building a Microcycle
training splits for each type
block patterns
blocks

Section 7 -Preparation and Recovery Methods by Neurotype
7.1Optimal Workout Preparation for Each Neurotype
optimal physiological state
optimal neurological state
optimal psychological state
7.2 Optimal Recovery Methods for Each Neurotype
charge training
II.The importance of recovery load sessions for maximizing progress
loads by neurotype

Section 8 -Training Disciplines by Neurotype
8.1 Adjusting Powerlifting for Each Neurotype
8.2 Adjusting Weightlifting for Each Neurotype Methods


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