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Training is all about disrupting homeostasis – increasing the demands on your systems to keep going. The recovery period is when your body adapts the most, but the amount of recovery you’ll need depends on your goals, your unique physiology, and your DNA.

Understanding how much recovery time you require given the training performed is crucial to planning out the meso and microcycles. There is no such thing as overtraining, just under-recovery.

icn_athletigen-optimizeMovement-reportAthletigen’s Optimum Movement and Recovery Report — developed in collaboration with Dr. Kelly Starrett and the experts at MobilityWOD — delivers insights into six genetic traits related to exercise recovery:

  • Post-Exercise Soreness and Inflammation

  • Post-Exercise Inflammation
  • Strain and Sprain Recovery
  • Post-Exercise Tissue Healing
  • Post-Exercise Recovery Time
  • Soft Tissue Recovery

Get the Optimum Movement and Recovery Report today and find out how your DNA affects your body recovers after exercise!


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