Athletic abilities depend on various factors such as choosing the right sport, continuous and diverse training, proper diet, and psychological preparation. Genetics also plays significant role in athletic performance, which evolves from the interaction of several genes. Genetic test of athletic abilities is recommendatory and indicates individual genetic predisposition to engage in certain sports. In some cases, it is necessary to contribute more to endurance and long-term effort, while others require short, high-intensity effort.
Genetic test does not give 100% guarantee to succeed in certain sport, but it does describe individual hereditary predisposition to be more successful in one or another sport. However, realisation of such predisposition depends on the decisions and behaviour of particular person.
Genetic test of athletic abilities describes:
How to take a sample?
It is very easy to take the genetic test of athletic abilities! Start by taking a DNA sample. For that purpose, rub the inside of your cheek with a sterile cotton swab, let it dry and then mail the sample to us. The results will be available within ten days.
Have a look at our sampling instructions video.
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