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of strength training results are determined by genes 
of male athletes have testosterone levels below required for optimal performance 
of athletes carry a gene associated with power performance 
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Insights into your hormonal health with the analysis of 3 different hormones, including testosterone levels.
Your optimal training type determines how your body responds to different kinds of exercise. Knowing your optimal training type may help you choose an activity that is best for your genetic type.
Your endurance capacity shows how well you sustain exercise over time. Knowing your potential and how to improve endurance may have positive outcomes for your energy levels and overall health.
Muscle regeneration is the way your body responds to injury or damage to muscle tissue. Discover your predisposition and how you can stimulate it to recover faster.
Sleep time refers to the duration of uninterrupted sleep you get during a night's rest, which is crucial for overall health and well-being. Knowing your sleep time can help you exercise better by optimizing your training schedule.
Testosterone is a hormone that plays a crucial role in regulating various functions in men, including muscle strength and mass. Keep track of this marker to make the most of your training.
Macromo’s goal is to connect health data from multiple sources to give you the fullest picture of your health. From learning your genetic predispositions with our DNA tests to getting insights into your current health state with blood tests to health data from wearable devices and lifestyle assessment, Macromo helps you make better decisions for your health.
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