You strive to push harder and dig deeper every workout and set fitness goals to accomplish what you never thought possible. You eat clean and already know to shop the perimeter of the grocery store. Performing and competing is part of what drives you to be tougher, stronger, and better. You are always looking for ways to challenge your body.
Being healthy and fit is more than just your current way of living, it is who you are.
At this point, you probably have a nutrition plan, have successfully reached many fitness goals, and are now wanting to take it to the next level. Or, maybe you have hit a plateau in your fitness, or in your strength and conditioning. A plateau occurs when you stall out on progress despite continuing to do “all of the right things,” usually including eating right, exercising properly, and getting adequate rest.
Whether you are competing against others or against yourself, knowing your genetics may be what is missing to win. But what is right for you? Where do you start and whom do you listen to? Consider listening to your body.
It is time to step up your efforts!
The science of your DNA testing will give you:
EXERCISE THE RIGHT WAY - Let your body's DNA define what you do. If you are in the pursuit of your best body and looking to reach your ultimate fitness level, a ‘plateau’ can set you back. It happens. Working out harder is not always the answer and can still produce marginal results. The missing piece of the puzzle may be in knowing your genotype. Your test results will reveal:
SUPPLEMENT THE SMART WAY - Your body may not be able to process particular food to extract the vitamins and nutrients it needs. A slight diet change could help kick your body to the next level or suggest which daily supplements will help. Many individuals take suggestions from peers, but your DNA is unique. An AGS Health & Wellness Genetic Test report will define areas of deficiency to take the guesswork out of the equation.
Unlock the secret of your body--let knowledge of your genes take you to a new level of fitness.