Race Radio said:You pointed me to nothing but Google. You have provided NO study that shows such a wide difference with PROFESSIONAL athletes.
Again, I claimed nothing of the sort. Stop making strawmen about differences within PROFESSIONAL athletes. I made no such claims.
My claim is a much wider one: that amongst human beings, some will respond to natural training better than others and get to become professionals while others will put in the same work and not see the same improvement and go get real jobs. That's natural.
This is no more "unfair" than the unfairness you want to claim is reason to prohibit athletes from taking certain substances into their bodies (while allowing certain others): that it'll work better for them than it will for others of them. So what? That's natural!