This is where it all starts. We analyze more than 40 genes related to fitness, health, and nutrition, and combined with your lifestyle survey data, these traits give us a clear view on how your body responds to diet and exercise.
Your analysis details how you are genetically programmed and is updated periodically as the science evolves. We analyze the genes that have an effect on your body's ability to build muscle, burn fat, and improve performance.
You get clear, precise, actionable guidance for effective training and recovery strategies based on your DNA and lifestyle data.
You’ll learn the best types of nutritional supplements and foods for your genotype, your optimal macronutrient ratios and caloric loads.
Your results and recommendations are uploaded to our secure Member's Area and updates as the science evolves. You'll have easy access to all of your gene results, workout and nutrition plans from your desktop or mobile device.Your secure, personalized page in our Member's Area contains a wealth of actionable information.
Join the community of FitnessGenes members who are untilizing their DNA to make positive and lasting changes to their fitness, nutrition and health.
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Knowing what my DNA says about my athletic abilities has been beyond useful. Rather than simply reading training plans or asking others for advice, I have a window into what my body is capable of and where it feels most natural. I still seek out all of my resources, but it’s like I’ve got the inside scoop to what works best for me personally. Quite frankly, it took some of the guesswork out of what I was doing.
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My genetic testing results along with FitnessGenes’ targeted plan actually motivated me to make some changes that proved beneficial.