We have established the genetic factors involved in Recovery and Nutrition, now we will explore the genetic factors involved in Training. These factors mainly revolve around the subject of Biomechanics. How your muscles perform exercises is just as important as how they react to them, so we will determine what it is that separates good form and bad form, as well as genetic disposition to performing exercises correctly or incorrectly. Those of us looking to getting the most ou
The subject of Genetics does not only cover an individual's natural levels of glycolitic muscle fibres (type 2a + b muscles), Body Shape or Skeletal Proportions. It also encompasses the invidual's Recovery ability. Namely the speed their body can recover, the environment needed for recovery and the level of nutrients required for repair and maintenance of muscles for the individual. Here are 5 facts on Recovery vs Genetics to consider during the pursuit of your fitness goals.
The best thing one can do in fitness is to control the variables that are the most important: Nutrition, Training and Recovery. These three things control everything to do with achieving one's individual fitness goals. But in what form is the goal achieved? The one allowed by the genetics of the individual. As is common sense, all people are different and therefore will respond differently, look different and achieve different forms. No amount of control over Nutrition will c