SportgentityIt is a genetic test that analyzes some genes and their variants that currently have a relationship with physical activity and/or can condition performance in sports practice.

 

The genes included in the genetic testSportgentity  have been selected after a systematic review of research results that currently consistently support the relationship between the presence of a certain gene variant with a specific impact on the characteristics of the individual related to:

 


 

  1. sports performance

  2. The propensity for injuries associated with sports practice

  3. The potential cardiovascular risk in the face of intense training, etc.

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The set of selected genes can contribute to defining those characteristics, in relation to the practice of physical activity, that would be more suitable for an individual, according to their genetic potential.

The continuous advance of scientific knowledge in general, and in this field in particular, allows us to foresee a constant update in the genes that make upSportgentityand, especially, in the degree of scientific evidence that supports the advice that is included.

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Sportgentity Indices

The Sportgentity indices provide a semi-quantitative assessment based on the genotypes identified in your DNA of:

 

  • fitness for aerobic endurance or strength, power, and speed sports

  • the vulnerability of suffering pathologies and injuries related to sports practice

  • psychological characterization for physical exercise.

 

Certain genotypes are potentially more capable for one type of sport, while others are less capable.

 

In this sense, the genetic information presented in the Sportgentity genetic test can help guide the interested person towards the sport that best suits their genotype.

Section 1.

What are the indices of the Sportgentity genetic test?

Genes involved in:

1. Aerobic endurance capacity

2. inflammation

3. Blood pressure

4. Tendinopathy

5. Torn ligaments

6. Muscle damage

Source: SPORTGENTITY - ALIMENTÓMICA 

Section 2.

Influence of nutrients on the identified genotype

This section of the report presents the scientific evidence about the relationships between nutrients and the identified genotype, which have been related to sports performance.

 

Each genotype can respond in a different way to the intake of a nutrient or diet, and based on the combination of genotypes related to the same marker, the assessment of said nutrient is made with a Sportgentity index.

Personalized nutritional advice according to genotype
  • carbohydrates

 

  • Glucose

 

  • Fiber

 

  • antioxidants

 

  • Caffeine

Source: SPORTGENTITY - ALIMENTÓMICA 

  • Alkaline diet and baking soda

 

  • Eating behavior

Source: SPORTGENTITY - ALIMENTÓMICA 

Section 3.

Influence of exercise on the genotype identified

This section of the report presents the scientific evidence about the relationships between different aspects of physical exercise and the identified genotype. Certain genotypes are potentially more capable for one type of sport, while others are less capable.

 

The genetic information presented in the report can help direct the interested person towards the sport that best suits their genotype.

 

The response on the physical performance of each genotype is different and consequently the exercises can be planned based on the response that each individual would potentially present.  

Personalized sports advice according to genotype
  • Exercise

 

  • Speed, strength and power exercises

 

  • aerobic endurance training program

 

  • stress test

Section 4.

Descriptive report of genes and SNPs analyzed

In this section of the report, the descriptive report of each of the genes and SNPs studied in the genetic analysis is presented. 

Personalized advice according to genotype

Genes involved in:

  • Muscular and skeletal systems

 

  • Circulatory system

 

  • Respiratory system

 

  • Endocrine system

Source: SPORTGENTITY - ALIMENTÓMICA