This discussion is not the standard content of Psychology nomenclature. There are psychological aspects to sport. But this is not one of them. You're posting to every post on the forum regurgitating what you're read in other posts and manage to melange different things together producing a constant stream of worthless commentary. We don't want to read this. We don't need a self-qualified WW poster with trumped up credentials going back however long.
Back on topic. I said there is a training effect. How you put that training to use and to what extent is altogether another story.
I'm sorry, but I think your vendetta with Prefendru is clouding your thinking abilities.
You are completely confused here. Track sprinters do use weights, but that's specific, limited, training
, for muscular training, just as a well known training used by pro's is running a big gear uphill in slow cadence for a very short time.
Running unaerodynamic frames, weights, rubbing brakes etc. in prolonged efforts (longer than a few minutes) this will logically just lead to the same wattage being spent. Or do you argue I somehow can spend more energy on a heavier bike, o magically just get bigger reserves just by switching bikes?
This is simple logic. My body can exert X watts in Y time. The bike (if geometry is the same) will not change that one bit. In fact there is a very good argument to make that it's better to train on a similar set up as your race machine as you would get used to the fit.