I'm thinking in terms of sports, strategy games, video games, and so forth... any kind of competition.
Style: Mobilizing -- Moves quickly to make direct contact in order to push forward with their goals
Pace: Isometric -- Steady, Forceful, Firm Pressure
Key Strength: Endurance -- Consistent Energy and Focus
Key Weakness: Tunnel Vision -- Overfocuses on pushing towards their destination, may leave them vulnerable to fast unanticipated strikes, quick to re-mobilize when faced with an unanticipated situation, but unable to deal with rapid surprises due to being in a weak state of adaptability as a result of overfocusing on their willed initiatives.
Style: Improvisational -- Works on the run, quick adaptability, energy quickly shifts to meet the demands of a situation
Pace: Spontaneous -- Cyclical, Sporadic, Spontaneous, Vibrational, Waxes and Wanes, Builds and Falls
Key Strength: Adaptability -- Easily shifts focus and energy to meet demands with little or no preparation.
Key Weakness: Inattentiveness -- Looses focus easily when environment is calm, may leave them vulnerable to resting during calm times when they should be preparing and mobilizing, may find themselves unable to recover from rapid direct forceful strikes after a long period of inactivity. Weaker strikes can be easily recovered from and adapted to, but strong ones leave them crippled beyond a point at which they can salvage.
Style: Meditative -- Clear and focused, calm and natural, dynamic perception leading to graceful unforced action.
Pace: Flowing -- Moves steady and unhurried, without becoming stagnant
Key Strength: Entranced -- When focused or "entranced" they are aware of their environment and can easily focus on the dynamic flow of things and easily ride the waves and go with the flow.
Key Weakness: Inertia -- When out of focus can easily becoming inactive and disengaged, making them vulnerable to rapidly mobilized constant pressure... leaving them no time to establish a flow or trance with their environment.
Style: Methodical -- Organized and methodical progresses towards objectives, focused on establishing a method mostly until the very last moment when the method is executed and the objective is accomplished
Pace: Sequential -- Predictable orderly logical pace, mechanical and rigid
Key Strength: Logistical -- Once a method is established things can be moved to execute at a rapid pace that persists like a factory in production that is entirely self-sufficient and well contained.
Key Weakness: Inflexibility -- Lack of adaptability due to overfocus on logistics, method, and sequence. Vulnerable to quick rapid changes which their method can't address without developing a new method. Slow changes can be adjusted to.