Practising sport is fundamental for good health and quality of life, but when doing it, we must bear in mind both our limitations and the risks that it entails. Over recent years, our society has become more aware of the need to care for our bodies rather than pursue sedentary lifestyles. Therefore we have witnessed an increase in the popularity of sports activities such as running, fitness or paddle tennis.
A programme specially created for those people, who practise any type of sport on a regular basis. Or equally people who would like to start practising one – both professionals and amateurs. Subjecting yourself to demanding physical and mental training sessions to achieve sporting goals is not always synonymous to health. We do not always need the same preparation or the same exercise to achieve a healthy objective. And not all sports are ideal for all of us.
On the basis of analysis of the main genetic obstacles which we face, and after their medical interpretation, objectives, training routines and eating patterns are defined in agreement with the potentialities and limitations of each individual.
Oriented towards reaching the maximum performance in a healthy and effective way.
- haemodynamics and response to training
- development and distribution of body mass
- glucose metabolism / insulin and physical activity
- lipid metabolism
- antioxidant defence
- risk of injuries