Just as there are differences that make us physically different, there are also other differences that affect us in a non-detectable. These genetic differences cause, for example, alterations in proteins, receptors, enzymes, in metabolic activity, etc. that can affect the way in which we respond to a certain type of training, or in assimilating, better or worse, a certain nutrient.
For this reason we offer the possibility of performing a sport genetic and nutrigenomics test, as it will reveal the individual differences responsible for the differences and uniqueness of each human being.
This way we can have data on what aspects of such genetic variability can affect and condition your training; including the most optimal time under load (TUL), fatigability, the most suitable volume of strength training, recovery, the risk of connective and muscular tissue injury, metabolic stress, inflammation, hydration management, the management of macronutrients, how certain supplements affect our body (from the assimilation of iron, omega-3, vascularity, lactose intolerance, detoxification, gluten intolerance...) The individualized role of caffeine in sports and its assimilation... in order to be able to individualize up to an unknown level until now the training of each person.
Maintaining muscle strength should be essential for all people, as we get older. This way, the epidemic of muscular atrophy and pathologies associated with sedentary lifestyle could be avoided.
Genetics does not determine almost anything, rather, it conditions almost everything and it is key in the development of the phenotype related to the adaptations to strength training. At SLOW TRAINING we are pioneers in offering you this type of test.