chuckystud saidWhat you need is CALORIES. Cadence and fiber type development are more sport specific. E.g., the unbalanced back of a swimmer, or the overly developed legs of a biker, etc.
Study hypertrophy. Comes back after you've read that. Actually, you won't have to come back, because you'll then know the answer.
Why would you intentionally want to be out of balance? Seems rather silly.
You need CALORIES.
Although I bow to Your expertise Chucky -- Your statement is a bit misleading. The TYPE of calories are essential. Oreos and Crisco will supply calories. Ask anyone in Branson.
And I have yet to see an "unbalanced" Swimmer....
As to the OP, My two cents - which ain't worth two cents, is that periodically alternating speed while maintaining form is ideal. I LOVE to get thru a workout ASAP and move on with My life and used to think that the faster I got thru it the better...until I intentionally slowed it down and it kicked My ass.
Also, I am a classic ecto and there has been a lot of research that seems to indicate that slower workouts with longer rest periods seem to benefit ecto growth.
Lift hard, heavy, with good form and (like Chucky indicates) HIGH QUALITY calories will get the size that You are genetically capable of.