Ah yes yet another beginner lifter who drinks the Broz koolaid. Don't get me wrong, I like his attitude about doing whatever it takes to put Americans on the podium and some of his athletes are doing some great lifting, but where are the results on the platform (I'm sorry but this is where it counts, not in the gym). Guys like Pendlay and him can hopefully start producing some top 5 lifters through the support system they've setup.
But PLing and OLing are two completely different sports and feature two very different skill sets. You're talking about supercompensation in the OP with regards to PLing. In fact, the Soviet Union implemented shock cycles and became very dominant with them back in the day in OLing. Recovery for a PLer is completely different than that of an OLer who spends a far greater time with high bar squats and non-eccentric lifting.
Not everyone espouses the use of the Bulgarian method. Even the Chinese do a great amount of hypertrophy work and other non-competition lifts and variants in their training and they are spitting out medals left and right. So think and analyze before you spit the opinions of other people.