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    Default Physical intelligence and MBTI type

    Do you think their is a relation between MBTI and physical intelligence (the one ability to controle their body movements)?
    If so, according to your observations, which personalities were more physically intelligent than the others? Or were called as "genius in body controle".

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    I don't think there is coorelation, just interest in being physically fit, or adept is more common in certain types. Not that certain types are not as adept as others. Even an INTJ can get interest in being physically fit if they see the opportunities it presents.
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    Extroverted sensing, relative to large muscle skills.
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    All I know is that my boyfriend is the most physically unintelligent person I have ever seen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yamimaru View Post
    I don't think there is coorelation, just interest in being physically fit, or adept is more common in certain types. Not that certain types are not as adept as others. Even an INTJ can get interest in being physically fit if they see the opportunities it presents.
    It's not about fitness, it's an ability that exists naturally to controle muscles more skillfully when doing tasks...etc.
    Fitness is for every one.


    Quote Originally Posted by bechimo View Post
    Extroverted sensing, relative to large muscle skills.
    This makes sense. Explains why INTP/INFP are not so adept at muscle skills compared to others who have Se function dominant, for example. They need to work harder than others to skillfully learn new moves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AStrange~Nostalgia View Post
    It's not about fitness, it's an ability that exists naturally to controle muscles more skillfully when doing tasks...etc.
    Fitness is for every one.
    I'd still disagree. It has nothing to do with cognitive abilities. Its more likely genetic, and that might cause a cognative preference in said individual. I don't think an individual is good at sports etc, because of a cognative function.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AStrange~Nostalgia View Post
    This makes sense. Explains why INTP/INFP are not so adept at muscle skills compared to others who have Se function dominant, for example. They need to work harder than others to skillfully learn new moves.
    If you consider Se doms and auxes, their reflexes are amazing, putting the rest of us MBTI types to shame, relative to large muscle skills.
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    dom Se is grate sure and for them it is natural but people with Ni<----->Se axis are excellent in making decisions in the moment too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yamimaru View Post
    I'd still disagree. It has nothing to do with cognitive abilities. Its more likely genetic, and that might cause a cognative preference in said individual. I don't think an individual is good at sports etc, because of a cognative function.
    Well, I've noticed a pattern... that's why I started this thread.


    Quote Originally Posted by Norexan View Post
    Extroverted Sansing

    dom Se is grate sure and for them it is natural but people with Ni<----->Se axis are excellent in making decisions in the moment too.
    This sounds interesting, can you explain more ?
    So we are talking about: ISTP, ENTJ, ENFJ
    . I always thought they have something in common

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