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Fitness and nutrition are quite closely related as they are intrinsic to the healthy lifestyle. But do you know both fitness and nutrition are majorly driven by the gene variants you are carrying. A simple cheek swab can help you understand how certain genes involved in biological functions contributing to fitness interact with the environment to give you your feature characteristics. You must have seen Usain Bolt running at lightning speed, Virat Kohli playing like a pro on the cricket field and Vijender singh performing at his best on a boxing mat, do you know why they outperform? Because there are certain genes in our body which support overall fitness. In some people these genes are found in both good and bad variants determining their overall performance. Recently, Indian cricket teams have undergone DNA testing for their team to understand the strong and weak points. A DNA based fitness test can help you analyse whether your genes support you to be great at aerobic sports or those with endurance. This doesn’t limit your passion for a particular type of sports if your genes are not in favour but it helps you know how you can overcome the challenges and be great at it.

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Exercise is indeed an inseparable part of anyone’s fitness journey. But do you know there are certain genetic markers which impact your response to exercise!

  • Resistance training & muscle building

    Gaining the right amount of muscle mass is very important for any fitness enthusiast. Resistance training and muscle building are key to fat loss and enhancement of muscle mass. But an effective response to these exercises can vary depending upon the type of genetic variant you carry. A gene test can help you know your strengths and work upon the limitations.

  • CLOCK gene & weight loss response to exercise

    Do you know there is the right time to exercise and eat, which is governed by genes like CLOCK? Knowing the right time to exercise by unlocking your genetic information can help steadfast your fitness achievements. Similarly, certain genes govern how well you respond to exercise for weight loss. And a gene test can help you know all this just with a simple cheek swab.

  • Lung capacity with exercise

    A gene test for knowing your lung capacity can help you know how well you perform during workouts such that your lungs perform to the fullest.

  • Heart capacity with exercise

    Are you feeling uneasiness during heavy workouts? A gene test to know your heart capacity can help prevent risk associated with weak heart performance. Know your heart performance because everyone is different due to their genes and so are you.

  • Muscle damage & recovery

    You must have seen people getting into muscle injury very often when performing mild or extensive exercises. As per research, there are genes which govern your response to such extensive performance which can be very good or poor in people. Such genes help you know how prone you are to muscle injuries and recovery.

  • Exercise motivation

    Feeling lack of motivation for doing exercise? Well, do you know the reason behind it? It’s hidden in your genes. Know the answers with a simple DNA based test.

  • Blood pressure with response

    If you are facing issues associated with abnormal blood pressure levels then the true reason can be found in your genes. There are certain genetic markers which impact components involved in maintaining the normal blood pressure levels both directly and indirectly.

  • Fat loss response to exercise

    When on a journey of weight management, some people have a tendency to lose numbers on the weighing scale but they are still bulgy. The reason is they are losing body weight and not body fat, which again vary on the type of exercise you are performing. Know your genes to understand whether your body response to exercise is effective or not. And if not, learn how experts can help you.

  • HDL response to exercise

    Our body has two types of cholesterol HDL and LDL (High or low density lipoprotein). Having the right balance of HDL and LDL in the body is very important to prevent heart related risks. Your genes play a very important part in determining this balance, unlock the understanding through a DNA based test.

Bearing exercise to an extent can vary from person to person. Some can easily go ahead with the provided exercise stimuli while others face issues like muscle injury, ractor cuff injury, tennis injury, concussion and more. A DNA based test can help you know the response to these injuries.

  • Muscle injury

    Muscles are the important source of energy when performing exercises. And the exercise we do put a certain amount of stress on our muscles. However, it should be noted that low level of damage is crucial for muscle to grow. But if damage surpasses its limit due to excessive mechanical stress it can lead to injury. Some people have a tendency to overcome these injuries while others do not. The response to muscle injury can be determined by DNA based tests.

  • Rotator cuff injury

    Rotator cuff if formed by the group of 4 tendons offering support to your shoulder. Extensive stress in the shoulder region can lead to rotator cuff injury. The propensity of an individual towards such injuries can be governed by genes like DEFB1, FGF and BMP.

  • Anterior Cruciate ligament injury

    Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) is one of the four important ligaments connecting thigh bone to shin bone in the knee region. Your genetics can help you know whether you are at risk for ACL injury or not.

  • Tennis elbow

    Tennis elbow is a tendinopathy condition found commonly among people involved in activities with too much elbow movement like tennis players, badminton players etc. Knowing your genetic information can help you know your risk tendency towards tennis elbow.

  • Concussion

    Concussion is the temporary cognitive condition where an individual suffers from unconsciousness due to excessive head jerk or body movement. Some people are too prone to this condition. Your genotypic information can help you know risk towards the condition.

  • Achilles tendinopathy

    Achilles tendons are located at the back of your heels. These are the thickest tendons present in the human body. The level of risk towards Achilles tendinopathy is dependent to an extent on your genotype. Your genes can help you know whether there is elevated risk towards Achilles tendinopathy or play a protective role.