Performance

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Use 20 protein biomarkers as indicators that you are getting the most out of your efforts, allowing you to change your performance from good to great.

Track Your Performance: Whether you are an Olympic athlete or a weekend runner, your workout and training schedule should attempt to maximize your performance – helping you burn fat, build muscle, or increase your balance, strength, and overall fitness. Biomarker monitoring with PanoHealth can offer a comprehensive picture of your health status. Through understanding human physiology and the body’s ability to adapt to the stress of exercise training your biomarkers can indicate that you are getting the most out of your efforts, allowing you to change your performance from good to great.

20 Biomarkers Measured:

  1. Adiponectin (ACRP30)
    Decreased levels indicate inadequate recovery and also poor performance level
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  2. CK-MB
    Decreased activity of CKMB is associated with increases in performance along the test period
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  3. CRP (C-Reactive Protein)
    Short-term increase in levels after activity
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  4. Cardiac Troponin I (cTnI)
    Increased levels after activity
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  5. D-Dimer
    Inverse relationship with physical performance
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  6. Ferritin
    Decreased levels over training period
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  7. Growth Hormone
    Increased levels after activity
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  8. IGF-1
    Decreased levels with training induced catabolism like in overtraining
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  9. IL-1 beta (IL-1 F2)
    Brief (~24–48 h) increase in levels associated with performance deterioration
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  10. IL-6
    Decreased levels with training induced catabolism like in overtraining
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  11. IL-8 (CXCL8)
    Increased levels after activity
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  12. Insulin
    Decreased levels with training induced catabolism like in overtraining
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  13. Leptin
    Decreased levels with training induced catabolism like in overtraining
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  14. Myoglobin
    Increased levels after activity; attenuating effects of muscle damage
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  15. Pro-BNP
    Increased levels after activity
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  16. TNF RII (TNFRSF1B)
    Inverse relationship with physical performance
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  17. TNF alpha
    Postexercise increase in levels may indicate excessive training stress
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  18. Troponin T
    Short-term increase in levels after activity
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  19. Skeletal Troponin I (sTnI)
    Increased levels post sustained endurance exercise
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  20. MCP-1 (CCL2)
    Short-term increase in levels after activity
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