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TrainMee. Test genético de rendimiento deportivo.
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Sports & fitness genetics profiling


About TrainMee®

TrainMee® is a convenient genetic test with 99% accuracy that ascertains your unique genetic composition in order to define a personalised training programme to achieve optimised athletic performance.

Our genetic test, based on highly validated scientific data, has been designed specifically to personalise your training regimen.

Who is TrainMee® designed for?

It is designed for sports teams, fitness and well-being companies or athletes who want a personalised training programme to more effectively achieve their performance goals. TrainMee® is designed for you.

Benefits of TrainMee®


Accurately analyses 43 genetic variants (33 genes) involved in 8 highly influential areas:

  • Power-resistance
  • Muscle-building
  • Power
  • Injuries
  • Energy replenishment
  • Recovery
  • Resistance
  • VO2 max.

?It provides information about the relevance of each genetic variant in relation to athletic performance.


It provides convenient genetic information upon which to base personalised recommendations to significantly improve your athletic performance.

  • Avoid non-personalised training thanks to the definition of a customised training programme. A unique way to improve your performance.
  • It enables training programmes to be established that benefit from your individual genetic potential to help you achieve your goals and obtain lasting results.


This test is based on the statistically most relevant and significant genotype-phenotype studies, which uses genotyping technology boasting 99% accuracy.

  • TrainMee® data is modelled by an innovative set of algorithms and automatic learning tools. Our methodology uses our own databases and accurate and statistically significant scientific knowledge to comprehensively evaluate your unique genetic profile.

Main goals of TrainMee®

Useful. Convenient. Accurate.
TrainMee® is an innovative genetic test that allows individual genetic evaluation of 8 areas to determine how the body responds to each type of training.

Power | Power capability
The fitness level associated with power capacity greatly depends on genetic factors. For improved strength training, it is important to analyse genetic variants associated with the potential to exert a substantial force over a short period of time. The genetic variants chosen are scientifically validated and have been proven to be influential in:

  • Strength/power/sprinting
  • Type of fibre
  • Metabolic efficiency
  • Generation of musculoskeletal energy
  • Vasodilation
  • Regulation of blood pressure
  • Heart rate
  • Musculoskeletal hypertrophy due to exercising

Resistance | Resistance capacity
In general, resistance capacity is mostly inherited and polygenic. To improve athletic performance, it is important to evaluate the genetic variants associated with the capacity of repeating an activity for a long period of time without getting tired. The genetic variants chosen are scientifically validated and have been proven to be influential in:

  • Type of fibre
  • Oxygen supply to muscles
  • Metabolic efficiency
  • Capability of muscles to use oxygen
  • Musculoskeletal performance
  • Maximum rate of oxygen consumption
  • Tolerance to fatigue/blood lactate
  • Regulation of blood pressure
  • Cardiopulmonary capacity
  • Vasodilation
  • Angiogenesis
  • Running economy

Power-Resistance | Muscle performance and power training
General muscular strength and performance are important factors when it comes to strength sports, sprinting and mixed aerobic and anaerobic exercises. Some genetic variants have an impact on the capacity of muscles to practice intense exercise. The genetic variants chosen are scientifically validated and have been proven to be influential in:

  • Oxygen supply to muscle
  • Anaerobic threshold
  • Energy consumption
  • Glucose homeostasis
  • Lipid metabolism
  • Vascular inflammation
  • Regulation of blood pressure
  • Vasodilation
  • Angiogenesis

VO2 | Aerobic capacity
VO2 max is the maximum rate of oxygen consumption during gradual exercise and thus reflects the aerobic capacity of a person. The selected genetic variants have an impact on cardiorespiratory capacity, that is, the capacity to perform a dynamic exercise of moderate to high intensity. The genetic variants chosen are scientifically validated and have been proven to be influential in:

  • Maximum rate of oxygen consumption (VO2 max)
  • Oxygen supply to muscles
  • Tolerance to fatigue

Injuries | Susceptibility to injury
A tendon or ligament injury is an injury caused by sport-related overexertion and is a common cause of disability. Most primary tendons, such as the Achilles tendon, the patellar tendon, the rotator cuff and the forearm extensor are vulnerable to overexertion. Knowing the genetic variables that contribute to susceptibility to specific injuries will help you to personalise your exercise routine by choosing appropriate prevention strategies. The genetic variants chosen are scientifically validated and have been proven to be influential in:

  • Muscular damage caused by exercise
  • Tendinopathy and torn ligaments
  • Strength loss
  • Pain
  • Insulin signalling
  • Inflammation
  • Oxidative stress

Recovery | Muscle regeneration
It has been proven that prolonged intense exercise activates inflammatory factors. To improve performance, it is important to know the genetic variants of risk associated with a shorter muscle damage recovery time after exercise. The genetic variants chosen are scientifically validated and have been proven to be influential in:

  • Muscle repair rate
  • Inflammatory response
  • Collagen formation in cartilage and connective tissue
  • Insulin signalling

Energy replenishment | Nutritional needs
Genetic variables associated with energy replenishment are the best example of the necessary integration between training and nutritional advice to contribute to the health and well-being of the athlete. A predisposition to inflammation and oxidative stress may require the addition of a customised nutritional supplement to your daily diet, such as adequate amounts of antioxidants or Omega-3 fatty acids. The genetic variants chosen are scientifically validated and have been proven to be influential in:

  • Oxidative stress
  • Micro-nutrition
  • Need of polyunsaturated fatty acids

Muscle-building | Muscle growth
Musculoskeletal strength is important for good athletic performance and is largely determined by the formation of fast-twitch fibres, which require rapid rises in energy. The selected genetic variants are mostly associated with muscle strength and size. The genetic variants chosen are scientifically validated and have been proven to be influential in:

  • Muscle hypertrophy
  • Muscle mass
  • Muscle strength
  • Muscle power
  • Musculoskeletal performance

TrainMee® offers added value to personalised training programmes: how a genetic profile complements physical training programmes.

Recent scientific studies reinforce the importance of combining genetic information with physical capacity information, predisposition to injuries and the recovery capacity of each individual, in order to establish:

1) A more efficient training programme
2) Healthier and more sustainable muscle toning and muscle-building
3) Suggestions of personalised fitness regimes

What does TrainMee® analyse?

TrainMee® uses the most recent and rigorous scientific studies to obtain a unique perspective of the athletic capacity of each individual.
DNA is analysed to evaluate 43 genetic variants of 33 genes.
These genes are specifically associated with athletic performance for power, resistance, or combined power and resistance activities, energy replenishment, muscle-building, injuries and recovery.

TrainMee® provides:
Recommendations for a useful, convenient and accurate training programme. The genetic test report includes:

  • A comprehensive overview of the genetic profile of each individual, which indicates a set of actions that must be performed as part of a personalised training programme
  • An action plan with recommendations that may be used to strengthen each individual
  • Simple and detailed information about genetic athletic performance in the assessed areas

An added value

  • An insight into the athletic performance potential related to power, resistance activities and training intensity
  • The establishment of a more sustainable and personalised training programme with a lower risk of suffering injuries
  • Protection against serious injuries by improving your recovery capability and planning an appropriate exercise regime
  • An insight into your nutritional needs to improve recovery after training
  • Quicker muscle strength, toning or volume loss results by taking into account your genetic profile
  • Practical and simple genetic information that affects your everyday life

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