Ready State Report
Athletigen has partnered with the world-leading experts in athletic therapy and training at MobilityWOD to bring you the Ready State Report. The report uses your DNA data to target regions and movements that have increased injury risk and also includes advice and techniques, with a video series from Dr. Kelly Starrett and his MobilityWOD team, to keep you moving without pain or injury. Empower yourself with this information and ﬁnd out how you are Made For More™.
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The Ready State Report contains injury and recovery traits similar to those in the Athletic Report. The Ready State Report has videos for these traits, unlike the Athletic Report.
Who is the Ready State Report for?
You are committed to learning how to optimize training to meet performance objectives and ready to put in some dirty work to get where you want to be. The Ready State Report can help you reach your goals while minimizing the risk of injuries.
Why the Ready State Report?
The Ready State Report is approximately 100 pages (it differs based on your DNA) and analyzes over 70 markers to provide insight into 25 traits.
Injury prevention is multifactorial and normally involves following your coach's recommendations and general guidelines to the best of your ability. Your genetic data gives you the opportunity to manage your time more effectively and focus on preventative measures for areas of increased injury risk. Discover where you can focus your energy – whether that's perfecting your technique and recovery to avoid injuries or prioritizing other aspects of your training. Understanding your DNA can help you to balance risk versus reward and optimize your training and lifestyle to account for your body's unique needs.
The research team at Athletigen worked closely with the experts at MobilityWoD to bring you over 40 hours of video content where Dr. Kelly Starrett talks through real-life scenarios where understanding your DNA can make a real difference in your life.
There are multiple factors that influence injury risk, including training and physical techniques, and your genetics. Knowing how your genetic variants influence your injury risks can help you tailor your training to lower these risks with proper form and strength training.
Understand your likelihood of injury from a genetic perspective, and learn how you can adapt to your environment to mitigate this risk, keeping you healthy and mobile as you age.
Keeping your joints healthy can help you enjoy an active lifestyle for many years. Find out how your actions now, combined with the influence of your genes, can influence your risk of suffering from stiff and sore joints.
Understanding how your DNA can influence your physical fitness can give you a boost to target sports or activities that might be most suitable for your strengths, as well as help you understand your risk of muscular related injuries, and how to take preventative measures.
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 is crucial to keeping your tissues and muscles happy, as well as performing to the best of your abilities.
No matter who you are, getting enough sleep can make or break your recovery. Use the information in this section to ensure that you take the right steps to give your body the right amount of sleep.