You strive to keep doing what you enjoy doing. Maybe that includes hiking, running, climbing, golfing or any of the other activities available to you. You do your best to stay as fit as time and motivation allows. You eat healthy, despite that definition changing almost daily. While performing and competing may still be part of your M.O., you're looking beyond that to make sure you can keep on doing what you enjoy. Being healthy and fit, both mentally and physically is a lifestyle and it exemplifies not just who you are; but who you strive to continue to be. It's important that you at least keep what you have and not lose ground needlessly.
At this point, you've tried a myriad of diets and exercise programs, trying to maintain or regain a level of fitness you once had. But the reality is that what you've tried, what you've seen celebrities promoting and the books you've read, doesn't seem to work for you.
Since you've tried everything from the outside in, why not consider basing your health and wellness on the insight our report will deliver. What you eat and how you exercise can be based on an "inside out" approach. Let your DNA and genetic makeup tell you what you should be doing.
Don't lose any more ground.
It's time to quit guessing about what your body is telling you...
The science of your DNA testing will give you:
EXERCISE THE RIGHT WAY - Let your genes define what you do. Working out harder is not always the answer you might think it is, producing marginal results and possibly injury. The missing piece of the puzzle may be knowing your genotype. Your test results will: