Our report includes studies that can help you understand your risk for joint injury and musculoskeletal pain.
Customize your workout plan to avoid injuries.
An example of the Physical Conditioning Report
Have you noticed that some people make quicker progress in the gym than others?
Your genes influence how you respond to strength training and cardiovascular exercise. Use our genetic test to plan the right fitness program for you.
Your genetics have a significant influence on your metabolism.
We report on genes linked to obesity, abnormal BMI, susceptibility to high blood sugar, and more.
By decoding your genome, you get amazing insight into your unique genetic makeup that influences body type and response. Various genetic variants have been linked to everything from how your body stores fat to how you respond to certain exercise and nutrition.
When you know which exercises will have the greatest impact, you can start to target them to optimize your workout routine. This does not mean that you should cut other factors out altogether, rather it can help you tailor your approach. For example, if you have a genetic variant that predisposes you to slow recovery speed, understanding that information can help you and an exercise coach tailor your recovery to your individual needs.
Weight management is an important component of overall fitness and health. Exercise helps reduce fat and build healthy muscles. Eating foods that complement your weight goals is also vital to great fitness. Your genes can tell you how your body metabolizes certain foods and thus which kind of DNA diet is best to meet your weight management goals. Predispositions to abnormal BMI, cholesterol and high blood sugar will complement your diet and help you choose the right foods based on your unique body type.