Your test will include analysis of these key aspects of fitness:

EXERCISE RECOVERY Find out how your genes may impact how quickly you recover from exercise.
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  • Post-exercise cellular repair (SOD2)
  • Workout recovery time (NFE2L2)
  • Exercise Recovery (IL-6)
METABOLISM Learn how your genes may impact your ability to process fat, how full you feel after eating, and how sensitive you are to sugar.
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  • Age-related metabolism (APOE)
  • Fat-processing ability (FABP2)
  • Fatty acid sensitivity (APOE)
  • Feeling full (FTO)
  • Monounsaturated fat (PPARg)
  • Sugar sensitivity (TCF7L2)
MUSCLE STRENGTH See how your genes relate to muscle strength.
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  • Lean body mass (TRHR)
  • Muscle mass (VDR)
JOINTS Some of us develop more soreness after working out than others. This can potentially be caused by the genetic variations in your tendons, ligaments, and cartilage.
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  • Joint workout response (GDF5)
  • Flexibility (COL5a1)
MOVEMENT How effective is your body at processing oxygen? We look at genes related to endurance, including red blood cell production and muscle efficiency.
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  • Aerobic Fitness (VEGF)
  • Endurance (ACE)
  • Energy output (ADRB3)
  • Muscle function (ADRB2)
  • Muscle efficiency (BDKRB2)
  • VO2 Max (ADRB2)
POWER PERFORMANCE Are you built for speed or distance? We test for genetic variants related to cardiovascular fitness and skeletal muscle makeup present in fast-twitch muscle fibers.
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  • Training Response (EDN1)
  • Muscle force (ACTN3)
  • Muscle power (AGT)
  • Strength building (MSTN)

FITNESS

The Fitness DNA Test is a gene profile that helps you understand how your DNA may affect your fitness potential, so you can get the info you need to fine-tune your routine and reach your goals faster.

  • Could your metabolism help or hinder your goals?
  • Do you have the genes for easily building muscle?
  • Do you have the potential to be an endurance athlete?

Unlock secrets in your DNA in just a few steps.

Order
your kit.

Swab
your cheek.

Register
your swab.

Mail
it back.

Check out
your results.