Our genetic makeup determines our appearance (the colour of our hair and eyes, if we are tall or short) and how we respond to different external factors (nutrients, physical activities, medications). Our DNA can explain how we metabolize certain substances and how our body can lose and gain weight.
Strength endurance is the ability to execute a high number of repetitions with a given weight or to sustain a static muscular contraction for a long period of time.
A protein involved in chemical processes in the body. Its purpose is to reduce the activation energy required for chemical reactions and thus facilitating their course. This enables faster conversion of substrate to product, for example, conversion of starch into glucose.
Plant fats, necessary for our body.
A part of the gene sequence, also termed the coding sequence, which remains in place during DNA transcription. The exons, which are spliced together, are then translated and the corresponding protein is formed.
The ability to express strength in a very fast manner.