For the reasons given above we know or can at least confidently say there’s going to be a set, if not multiple sets of people who refuse to shag one set or outside of their own set. And for that we know homogeneity won’t happen. It leaves genes and people and factors out, the key word there is people. We’re all one human race, and no one person or group being in that homogenized group would make the human race still “separate”. I recall that as a young boy watching the Olympics on television during the 80’s that there was a portion of the broadcast that was devoted to understanding the differences between the muscle types of white and black male runners, and how that affected their performance in relation to the the type of race they were running. The commentators were discussing the difference between fast twitch and slow twitch muscle fibers and how that affected one’s ability to either run faster in sprints or longer in distance running.
The conclusion was very basic: Black men have more fast twitch muscle fibers and were genetically predisposed to performing better when sprinting and white men have more slow twitch muscle fibers and were genetically predisposed to performing better when running long distance races. A year later, I was taking a number of workshops to continue my education in the fitness field and one of the workshops was designed to educate trainers about training multiple different client types and how you need to design a program based on the person’s strengths, and to avoid weaknesses. We mainly talked about the difference between training males versus females, those where were still developing (younger clients) versus seniors, clients with disabilities and suffering from debilitating conditions (such as lyme disease or fibromyalgia), and clients who were pregnant. Part of the discussion were the increased number of fast twitch muscle fibers in black men as opposed to other races. The workshop presenter did point out that the data was not all-encompassing and not all black men were the same, but that the science pointed in that direction.