DNA Extraction

Our home kit makes obtaining DNA sample quick and easy.


Our labs are CLIA-certified and CAP-accredited in order to process all buccal samples.

Soccer Genes - SNP

The analyzed genes are those that have direct relation with the skills required of a soccer player. needs.

Unique Genetic Soccer Report

Welcome to your specific player DNA

Based on age and gender our multidiciplinary team employs a rigorous process in generating the soccer report, which provides insight into the development of a personalized training program designed to maximize overall performance.

  • Speed
  • Flexibility & mobility
  • Fat metabolism
  • Endurance
  • Risk of injury
  • Training
  • Strength
  • Nutrition
  • Carb metabolism

Unlock the player within you.

Our multidisciplinary team

  • Scientists
  • Soccer Coaches
  • Nutritionists
  • Soccer Analysts
  • Physiologists
  • Physicians
  • Geneticists
  • Physical Trainers

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We care about your privacy

Your individual data WILL NOT BE SHARED without your explicit consent.

GINA (Federal Law) provides protection from employer and health insurance discrimination based on your genetics.

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Soccer Player Development Tool

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