Fitness Report

Your DNA is amazing, and once you understand your personal strengths and weaknesses, you can reach your goals more easily. By analyzing your DNA and reviewing peer-reviewed scientific studies in our research database, we can create a personalized approach to your fitness and training.

You’ll learn about important traits, like your risk for injury, the best type of exercise for your genetics, and how you can maximize your fat burning.

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Improve Your Body, Health, and Immunity with Your Own DNA.

The studies performed on this genetic trait are highly reliable. There is a strong statistical significance between these genetic markers and the results in your report.

Several studies were conducted on these traits and they are deemed to be statistically significant in terms of frequency, however, more research is needed for the existing results to be deemed conclusive.

These traits are based on suggestive research, wherein only small population sizes and descriptive statistics were used to prove the studies' hypotheses.

Your Actionable Genetic Traits

Finding the right exercise for you doesn't have to be complicated. See what workout plans your body needs in these most actionable traits.

Weight Loss And Exercise

Weight Loss Potential During Exercise



  • You can maximize fat loss by increasing muscle mass. Progressive resistance workouts will help you in your weight loss goal.
  • For cardio workouts, try jogging or cycling. Perform both types of exercise (resistance training and aerobics) three times a week each.
Power Vs Endurance

Finding the Best Exercise for You: What Does Your Body Respond to the Best?

Endurance Bias


  • You're built to go the distance! You'll grow best with low weight and high volume workouts.
  • To build your muscles, start with 12-15 repetitions to get the most out of your endurance training.
Post Exercise Recovery Rate

See How Your Body Recovers After Exercise



  • Take care of yourself! Your body likely recovers at an average rate after exercise. Get plenty of rest, hydration, and a warm bath after a hard workout.
  • You should take at least 48 hours of rest in between strenuous workouts.
Circadian Rhythm

Planning Your Best Time for Exercise



  • You're a natural night owl! We recommend scheduling your training sessions late in the afternoon or evening, when your biological clock is most active.
  • In order to maintain a good sleep schedule, avoid artificial light, such as the light from your phone or computer, too close to bedtime.
HDL Cholesterol And Exercise

How "good cholesterol" increases in response to exercise.



  • It is recommended that you exercise three to four times a week (20 to 40 minutes a day) to increase your HDL levels.
  • Keep your protein consumption high -- as much as 1.3g protein per kg of body weight per day-- to optimize your diet.
Blood Pressure And Exercise

Do you have a tendency for high blood pressure?



  • Aerobic exercises, such as brisk walking, jogging, bicycling, swimming and jumping rope, can regulate your blood pressure
  • While your blood pressure may not go up dramatically, you should still exercise at least three times a week for at least 20 minutes.