If you acquire, both the ADNTRO Pack or the Complete DNA Kit Pack, you will access your genetic information related to your body's response to sport.
Did you know that around the 66% of the variance in elite athletes is explained by genetic aspects? Training, your nutrition, environment, motivation, and other epigenetic factors also play a role, of course. But all that depends on you. Your genetics do not and it is a key piece that you should know.
You want to know what is your performance versus certain sports activities? If your body predisposes you better for strength or endurance sports? OR what is your percentage risk of suffering certain injuries?
If you are interested in the world of sports, now you can access all this information and much more through our genetic test and your sports report. Train with advantage.
A downside to all sports is the possibility of injury. But thanks to your genetic information, we will be able to know your tendency to suffer certain injuries and help you to pay special attention to avoid them as much as possible.
For example, we can know if you have greater or lesser predisposition to suffer injuries in:
The Achilles tendon.
The anterior cruciate ligament.
Likewise, we can also discover what your risk level of stress fractures.
We can also know what can be the most recommended sports for you, taking into account the results of the performance section, to take full advantage of your genetics when it comes to sport.
Maybe there a great footballer or a potential athlete inside of you, and not even you knew it. Let it your DNA tells you everything.
Your DNA has a lot to tell you about it yield potential What's wrong before different types of physical activity and levels of it. That is, we can know if your level of proactivity in physical exercise tends to be more moderate or active in relation to:
Strength sports. Find out what degree of genetic predisposition you have in strength sports.
Endurance sports. We can know what your predisposition is in endurance sports.
Muscle development. Know your ability to build muscle mass.
Cardiac recovery. Did you know that your cardiac recovery after training has a genetic factor?
Aerobic capacity. You will access your genetic information about your aerobic capacity versus physical activity.
Flexibility. With your genetic information, we can learn more about your flexibility.
Muscle recovery. We will know what your muscle recovery is like after training.