With a simple saliva sample via this Hormone/Recovery Status Assessment kit, you can obtain a snapshot of your hormonal/recovery status so you know where you are with this key aspect of athletic performance and recovery.
Don't leave your competitive edge dulled or chipped due to a hormonal imbalance. Find out where you are and what you need to do.
How It Works
This Hormonal/Recovery Status Assessment kit consists of sample-taking materials and simple instructions.
It's really very easy to use. Just follow the simple instructions and mail the kit in. The lab will conduct the assessment on the sample provided, and then provide you with the results.
Rule out hormonal imbalance as a cause of poor workout recovery or slow progress.
Correctly determine which hormones to address.
Why It Matters
General overtraining is a problem for many athletes who badly want to move to the next level. But by how much are you overtraining? A hormonal assessment will help you understand, so you can throttle back just enough to hit the sweet spot.
Hormonal imbalance can greatly hamper athletic performance, workout recovery, muscle gain, and the adaptive response that leads to higher levels of performance. That is, hormonal imbalance can retard present performance and also prevent gains in future performance.
You can't blindly supplement or train your way out of a hormonal imbalance problem. You can correct it only if you know the specific areas of imbalance. That's what this assessment allows you to do.
What's your most important piece of athletic equipment? Your body. If you want a competitive edge, it starts with knowing your own body.
How hard can you actually train?
How fast can you actually recover?
Are you spending your training dollars the best way?
Get this kit and find out.
Many athletes have hormonal imbalance and are frustrated by their apparent lack of progress. While barely eking out a better performance than last time, the hormonally imbalanced athlete loses out to the competitor who has packed on muscle since the last time.
While they could improve their athletic performance much more, most hormonally imbalanced athletes don't even know they have the problem. They blame something else. They may try a new training regimen, a new supplement, or something else, but they are working on the wrong problem.
Top causes of hormonal imbalance:
Dietary imbalances. These are common, even among elite athletes.
Training imbalances. Overtraining a single large muscle group can throw the entire endocrine system out of balance. For example, doing squats twice in the same week puts a huge load on the endocrine system.
Overtraining. See note under Why It Matters.
Stress. Everyone has it, these days.
Find out exactly where you are with hormonal levels and where those levels are in relation to each other. Don't guess and end up making matters worse.