That is not what I meant at all.
I was giving an example of how coordination improvements allowing one to push more weight, which is what you would see in lifting >85% (and esp >90%) and to a greater extent when you switch exercises, does not necessarily and generally will not be carried over into other movements and events. Read over the example again, it might give you a better idea of what I was trying to say.
I agree with your example, but I also believe that improvment and higher levels of muscular/neurological adaption continue to occur over a long period of time as long as progression is made with the exercise and enough variability/recovery is maintained to avoid stagnation. And if enough variability exists in the training, it will carry over to other activities.