Personalized medicine is seen as the next big step in health and wellness, and a recent “Stuff You Should Know” podcast on the topic prompted us at FitnessGenes to consider the similarities between personalized medicine and personalized exercise. Read our take on the podcast here.
High Wycombe based personal training service PT-ME have become the latest addition to the FitnessGenes Affiliate Program. Hear how they will be using the FitnessGenes DNA Analysis to improve their service, and how you can join the program too.
2016 has seen a rise in the number of people sourcing their protein from vegan products, as they don't contain lactose. So could this diet be right for you? The answer may be hidden in your FitnessGenes results.
MCT1 is a key gene is the removal of Lactic Acid and in offsetting muscular fatigue. In this blog post, FitnessGenes Sport Scientist Geraldine Campbell details the role of MCT in removing lactic acid and explains the key difference between the 3 genotypes.
From the FitnessGenes training team, Paul Rose explains why knowing your optimal tempo might be the key to achieving your fitness goal.
This week's gene release focuses again on responses to aerobic training, and how your AKT1 result can affect your maximum oxygen intake. Sport Scientist Geraldine Campbell introduces this gene, and explains the science behind each variation.
FitnessGenes CEO Dan Reardon made national headlines this New Year by carrying an injured man more than 2 miles to safety whilst out hiking.
In the final gene release of 2015, Dr Ying Zheng gives us an introduction into the endurance related gene VEGFA. Discover what effect each variation of this gene has on training, before heading to the members area to check your own result!
London based Personal Trainer Tom Neal has become the first official FitnessGenes Affiliate, as we launch our partnership program. Read his take on Fitness DNA testing, and why he believes working with FitnessGenes will benefit his clients.
FitnessGenes CSO Dr Samantha Decombel discusses the topic of Epigenetics, and explains why it is vital to consider their impact when constructing your genetic profile.