Discover which physical activity fits your personal genetic makeup the best.
Apply real DNA science for optimizing your exercise and fitness plan
Athletic performance is largely influenced by training, coaching, diet and nutrition. However, your genetics also play an important role. Knowing your athletic genetic profile can help you make better decisions about your training and which physical activities are best for you. The type of athlete you are and want to be is heavily determined by your genetic makeup. This determines your muscle fiber makeup.
Our test also includes other predispositions such as: sport related injuries, how fast your body recovers from exercise and more.
Another key aspect that we analyze is how well your are predisposed to lose weight in response to exercise.
Exercise is a large part of many weight loss plans, as it is a crucial tool for weight control for everyone. While there is abundant evidence that exercise is of benefit to all of us, there is a growing body of evidence that some of us respond to it better than others.
Included in the Exercise & Fitness kit
The type of athlete you are is heavily determined by your genetic makeup.
This determines your muscle fiber makeup and on top of guiding you on the type of training you will benefit most from, it also helps guide you on what you will be best at..
Are you a sprinter? The type of athlete you are and want to be is heavily determined by your genetic makeup. Find out what is your genetic makeup.
Endurance athletes goal is prolonged athletic output over an extended distance or for an extended period of time. They are very aerobic by nature. What is your muscle fiber make up?
Power training is identified as high intensity exercise performed quickly - also known as explosive power.
Power is a crucial trait that allows athletes to jump high, hit hard, and lift heavy weights. Should your favorite physical activity be focused on power exercises?
Risk of Injury
Many serious athletes as well as recreationists quite commonly have problems with overload injuries, particularly to tendons. Injuries to tendons and ligaments are commonly affected by participation in physical activities, as well as your genetic predisposition.
Recovery From Exercise
When exercising, some people are predisposed to recover faster than others - ready to exert themselves again after very little rest, whereas others don’t seem to bounce back quite as fast, needing a longer break between hard training bouts. Find out what is your genetic predisposition?
Weight Loss Response to Exercise
Exercise is a large part of many weight loss plans, as it is a crucial tool for weight control for everyone. While there is an abundance of evidence that exercise is of benefit to all of us, there is a growing body of evidence that some of us respond to it better than others. Your genetic makeup has a lot to do with such tendency.