Questions about athletic performance and genetics
"Those who exercise more than others will achieve better athletic performance. Only when both exercise efficiently, the genetic strengths and weaknesses will start to show. For example, a sprinter can be 5 times more likely to get to the World Cup, if he has the ""sprint gene"", than another athlete with the wrong genes. Similarly, there are genetic differences when it comes to risk of injury, oxidative stress, optimal calorie distribution, micronutrient needs and body weight, which can cause significant differences in athletic performance. Knowing the strengths and weaknesses of the body, these can be exploited to achieve better performance."
"It's a once-in-a-lifetime gene analysis, which you will not have to repeat. Compared to blood tests that provide a snapshot, a genetic analysis provides a result that is valid for life. So If one assumes an additional 15 years of sporting career to which the analysis brings an added value, the analysis only costs € 3 per month for the rest of the career."
Better performance in competitive sports.
I do a lot of physical activity - between 4-6 times a week. Usually I do crossfit twice a week, high intensity interval training twice a week, and two hours of strength and endurance training twice a week. Is the recommended kcal count also sufficient on the days when I do HIIT or do two hours of training (usually strength first, then endurance)? In addition to this, an average calorie intake per day was recommended to me. If I understand this correctly, it is an average over one week. What if I burn more kcal than stated through physical activity? According to my understanding, it is counterproductive to train when in caloric deficit, so do I have to take extra calories to compensate for this?
"Here, your extra physical activity will accelerate the weight loss success, if you diet in accordance with the program. Unfortunately, exercising with a calorie deficit cannot be avoided, because that is the only way to achieve weight loss. If you want to adjust the program slightly due to the extra exercise, you can do so: Assess the additional energy consumption BEYOND the weekly amount of calories you want to burn through sport. You can use the list of physical activities.
According to genetic testing, you should burn 200 kcal per day. That is 7 x 200 = 1400 kcal per week.
In a week you go jogging for a total of 9h at 488 kcal per hour. Per week, this amounts to the following energy consumption: 488 x 9 = 4392 kcal per week. Figure out how much extra energy you consume based on this: 4392 - 1400 = 2992 kcal burned extra per week. How many kcal is that per day? 2992 / 7 = 427 kcal burned extra per day.
Check how many calories one article constitute for you. Let´s suppose one item is 100 calories. if you round the amount of 4,27, you can eat 4 items more.
Increase your metabolic rate about 427 kcal and plan your exercise program in the portal. The numbers will be adjusted."