Muscle strength refers to the measure of how much force your muscles can generate.
Based on your genetics, your genetic predisposition for Muscular Strength is
What does it mean?
Likely to have high muscle strength. Your genotype indicates that you have tendency to have high muscle strength. Strength or resistance training can increase muscle strength.
Suggested Lifestyle Changes
Protein are important for building and repair muscle. Consume adequate protein to increase muscle strength ex lean meat, fish, peanut butter, tofu.
Creatine (chemical found in the muscle) monohydrate has been shown to increase intramuscular phophocreatine which is used to produce energy (Adenosine triphosphate (ATP)) in body's cell during exercise. Consume food packed with creatine such as lean meat, certain fish like tuna, salmon or consume creatine supplement to increase muscle mass and strength.
Milk provides a mix of protein, carbohydrate and fats that needed by our body. Milk are found to be beneficial for muscle growth. Studies have shown consuming milk can increase muscle mass and muscle strength.
Consider protein supplementation on top of your exercise regimes to increase muscle mass gain
Since you display high potential of muscle strength, you should focus on incorporating strength based activities to maximise your athletic potential. Since strength does not decline as fast as power and endurance, you should maintain a balanced workout program as to focus on also building power and endurance. Be careful to manage increases in strength load in order to avoid overexertion of your body over long periods of time which can lead to injury, fatigue and burnout.
Perform strength/resistance training to strengthen the muscle weight lifting, using resistance bands during workout, heavy gardening activity such as digging and shovelling, climbing stairs, push-ups, sit-ups and squats.
What Is Muscular Strength
and How Can It Affect You
What is Muscular Strength
Muscle strength refers to the measure of how much force your muscles can generate, for example the amount of weight you can lift. Resistance training also known as strength training, weight training or weight lifting are recommended to increase muscular strength and power. The loss of muscle mass and decline of muscle quality are considered a major factor of strength loss. Muscle strength reduces as we age thus causing a decline of physical activity. Genetic variations in some genes were found to be contributing to muscular strength.
Understanding Your Results
How Is Your Genetic Risk Calculated?
Your genetic risk assessment is
This result is based on the SNPs (single nucleotide polymorphism) that are associated with Muscular Strength.
|Genes||Your Genotype||What It Means|
|ACTN3||CC||Increased in muscle strength|
|ACVR1B||AA||Increased in muscular strength|
This report does not diagnose any health conditions or provide medical advice. This should not be used as a diagnostic tool.
This result is limited to existing scientific research.
Consult with a healthcare professional before making any major lifestyle changes or if you have any other concerns about your results.