Here's something you probably already know: Some people gain body mass faster than others while working out. But did you realize that DNA plays a role in the development of muscle mass?
Potassium is the primary intracellular (active in the fluids inside your cells) electrolyte in your body. Electrolytes are minerals that become conductive when dissolved in water.
Athletigen's Athletic Report takes a deep dive into how your DNA affects training, injury risks, exercise recovery, and other factors. Endurance is a huge factor when it comes to training and your DNA has a relationship with endurance performance.
Your rotator cuff is the network of tendons and muscles that support your shoulder joint. Activities like throwing or lifting and those that involve raising or rotating your arm can increase your risk of injury.