ARRIVING IN 2016.
Your genes play a key role in biological systems, like muscle formation, oxygenation of blood and tissues, and metabolism of lactic acid.
What works for one person doesn’t necessarily work for all and physical exercise is no exception to this. We are all different, both physically and genetically, and our bodies vary in the way that we respond to exercise. Some of these differences are due to your lifestyle and the environment you live in, but recent scientific advances have shown that your DNA also is a major contributing factor.