This post is an excerpt from the October 2018 Q&A with Bill Hartman.

I wouldn’t take a linebacker and expect him to be a good distance runner.

People generally gravitate towards activities they are better at doing. People who like to run long distances might already possess more movement variability, allowing them to excel at running. The converse is true for people who gravitate towards powerlifting: they might have LESS movement variability and therefore do “better” under heavy loads.

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