Optimize Your Endurance Performance With Genetic Insights
Unlock Your Unique Genetic Data To Improve Performance, Optimize Nutrition, and Prevent Injury
EnduranceDNA provides specific genetic insights and actionable recommendations for cyclists, triathletes, runners, and omnisport endurance athletes that will help you train more effectively, improve nutrition, and prevent injury.
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How It Works
Unlock Genetic Data
The Helix DNA Kit will capture the information stored in your DNA to provide the specific EnduranceDNA genetic insights.
Review Insights With a Coach
Review your insights with a professional coach during a 30-minute consultation and learn how your genes affect your muscle fiber makeup, muscle strength, bone density, metabolism, injury risk, and much more.
Use this powerful information to individualize your training and nutrition and take your performance to the next level.
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You will receive sport-specific insights and personalized recommendations for more than 20 different traits related to performance, Injury risk, and nutrition. Explore a few of the genetic insights you'll learn about below.
You likely already know whether you enjoy endurance sports and if you work hard and smart, you can always continue to improve. You also probably realize some people are more ‘gifted’ than others. Find out if you have certain genetic variants that are similar with elite endurance athletes.
It turns out that the metabolism of caffeine is controlled by your genes, and different versions of the gene have different abilities when it comes to metabolizing the molecule. Learn how your body is likely to be affected by caffeine intake.
Stress fracture can take up to eight weeks to recover from and cause serious disruptions to training. Find out if you have an increased risk of stress fractures and take preventive measure to safeguard yourself from injury.
How much sodium you lose is dependent on lots of factors, but for some individuals, low sodium levels can be due to DNA. Discover if you are more likely to have low sodium levels and use this information to optimize your hydration strategy.
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