Genes affect muscle recovery ability – how long you need to rest between trainings to effectively regenerate muscle fibres. We will recommend you appropriate diet, food supplements and procedures to improve the effectiveness of training.
Grip strength is largely a genetically inherited feature of muscle strength. Find out what your grip strength is – and based on the results, you will receive recommendations for the right diet and exercises.
Find out what your endurance is. Research shows that changes in the tested gene are found in top athletes, indicating greater endurance and therefore superior performance over others. Get tips on nutrition, food supplements, and recommended trainings to improve your achievements.
Muscle power is the ability to apply maximum force in the shortest possible time. Find out your genetic muscle power – and get tips on diet and recommended training types to improve your performance.
Gene changes can cause muscle weakness or, conversely, accelerate strength gain. Find out your ability to develop speed. Is your strong side sprint or endurance?
Find out if you have a genetically increased risk of injury, as well as your ability to develop speed, which is very important for running.
So is your strong side sprint or endurance?
Rediscover yourself – at the gene level – and become the best version of yourself!
Genetic tests are performed for persons older than 18 years