Do you find it difficult to lose weight?
Gain muscle?
Stay motivated in the gym?
 Your genes may be to blame. 

Optimize Your Fitness With Personalized Gene-Based Recommendations and Research

Create a strategic, science-based plan to reach your ultimate goals based on your genes:

Gene-based examples:

Questions Answered In This Report:

Finding your fitness potential is as easy as 1,2,3.

Step 1

Once you’ve signed up for SelfDecode, you will receive an email to activate your account. Click on the link and you will be prompted to enter your name and upload your genotype file to your SelfDecode Dashboard.

Step 2

Once your genotype file has been uploaded, we generate your personalized report within minutes! 

Step 3

Download your report to read on your own -- or even print it out to share with your personal trainer, fitness coach, dietician, or other health care providers. 

Your Fitness DNA Wellness Report is personalized specifically to help you understand how your genes affect your fitness.

Download your report with a SelfDecode subscription

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+ DNA Health Overview Report

+ 5 DNA Wellness Reports (of your choice!)

+ Personalized Genetics Blog

+ Gene & SNP explorer

& much more!

You may have invested in new tennis shoes, new athletic wear, the best supplements, or a fitness coach. Now invest in the knowledge that will aid you in maximizing your fitness for a fraction of the cost.

Average cost of a 15-minute visit with a genetic counselor:
$150 - $3000

The Scientists Behind It All...

Brendan Swan

Ana Aleksic

SelfDecode Team

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much do DNA Wellness Reports cost?

SelfDecode members receive the Health Overview DNA Wellness Report and five specialized reports of their choice (like this one!) with a SelfDecode subscription. Members also receive five additional DNA Wellness Reports for free each time they renew their annual subscription, which allows them to easily keep up with the new reports we release! 

Members can also order additional specialized DNA Wellness Reports at any time for just $29 each, or purchase a 3-report bundle pack for $65. 

A full individual membership to SelfDecode is available for $97 per year. We also offer a lifetime access package that includes all current and future reports, as well as exclusive access to our personalized SelfDecode blog. 

Additionally, we offer a SelfDecode Professional Plan to help medical practitioners bring the advantages of genetic analysis into their own practice. This plan grants full access to all of our DNA Wellness Reports, as well as an unlimited number of gene file uploads to help you service all of your patients. 

What happens after I sign up for SelfDecode?

After you sign up for SelfDecode, you will receive an email with a link to a page where you can set your password and upload your genetic data. You’ll then be able to download your report under the “Wellness Reports” tab. 

Can I see a sample of what is included in a DNA Wellness Report?

Yes! You can look at a sample report using Joe Cohen’s DNA data here.

Where should I get my genes tested?

If you're getting your genes tested for the first time, we recommend ordering one of our specially-designed SelfDecode testing kits here. We have specially curated the SNPs tested by our chip to ensure that you get the most value out of SelfDecode and our DNA Wellness Reports

However, you can also use data from other companies! To ensure that everyone can benefit from our DNA Wellness Reports, we always make sure to include plenty of SNPs that are also available on chips from other companies (such as 23andMe, and FamilyTreeDNA). So if you’ve already gotten your genes sequenced by another service, don’t worry: you will still have enough SNP coverage to get plenty of value out of your DNA Wellness Reports

What if the most important SNPs are not included in my genome file?

We have specifically selected the SNPs and genes featured in our reports to be compatible with all of the most popular genotyping chips. 

In addition, our proprietary SelfDecode polygenic risk score algorithm enables us to make the best out of whatever genetic information you have on file -- even if it’s missing some SNPs! 

Therefore, no matter where you got your genome sequenced, SelfDecode’s DNA Wellness Reports will be able to help identify your unique genetic strengths and weaknesses, as well as give you personalized recommendations to fix or improve them even further. 

How do I know my data is secure?

We take your privacy and data security very seriously. This is why we employ multiple layers of data protection, including: 

  • Secured data encryption 
  • Restricting internal access to any personally-identifying information 
  • Only collecting the minimum information necessary to provide you with the requested services 
  • Payment processing by secure and reputable companies, such as PayPal and Stripe 

We also do not (and will never) give away or sell any of your data to third-party companies. 

You can read our full privacy policy here


Our reports are designed for informational purposes only, and not for the treatment or diagnosis of disease. We aim to provide helpful insights and easy to implement lifestyle recommendations to help you achieve your health and wellness goals. You should consult with your doctor before using any recommendations provided in our gene reports, especially if pregnant, nursing, taking medication or have pre-existing medical conditions.

Refund Policy

Due to the nature of the intricate research that goes in to these reports, we will not be able to provide a refund once you have uploaded your genetic information into our site for the purpose of the Gene Reports. 

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Get better results from
your training 

Save money on unhelpful sports supplements

Understand your potential risks of injuries

Accelerate your progress with a supplement regimen tailored to your genes

Minimize time and experimentation with your workout regimen

Find out if your lack of results may be due to your genes or environment

Learn how your DNA affects your physical health and how to maximize the benefits of exercise based on your genetics.

Whatever your fitness goal is, you can benefit from understanding the relationship between your genetics and your fitness regime.

Weight Loss

The Insulin-induced gene 2 (INSIG2) is associated with obesity and increased BMI. If you carry a certain SNP variation, you may be genetically at risk of gaining more fat.

Substances that decrease INSIG2 production include curcumin, estrogen, and acetaminophen.

Building Muscle

The IGF1 gene helps your muscles grow. If you have reduced levels of IGF1 due to your genotype, you may experience slower muscle development.

To increase IGF1 levels you may need to  increase caloric intake, eat more red meat, and supplement with whey protein.

General Exercise Motivation

The DRD2 gene helps you stay motivated to exercise. Certain SNPs are associated with lower frequency of exercise due to a lack of motivation.

Increasing your DRD2 levels can be achieved by fasting or getting more sun exposure.

The Fitness DNA Wellness Report provides:

An in-depth analysis of 96 SNPs in 76 genes that determine your predisposition to different types of exercise, your attitude towards exercising, weight loss, heart health, injury, and more.

15 gene-specific personalized recommendations.

Supplement recommendations for increasing your fitness levels and motivation.

Lifestyle hacks to overcome genetic factors that limit your physical potential.

Are you genetically built for endurance or power?

  Aerobic ability
  Anaerobic ability

Does your DNA affect your attitude towards exercise?

  Desire to exercise
  Exercise frequency

Are you genetically at risk for injuries?

  Muscle injuries
  Tendon injuries

How can you maximize the benefits of training?

  Weight loss
  Boosting oxygen use
  Heart health

How can I improve my fitness - related predispositions?

  Natural supplements
  Lifestyle changes

Average cost of consultation with a health coach:

Average cost of a personal training session:
$60 - $150

Average cost of a new pair of tennis shoes:
$60 - $75

How do I know this DNA Wellness Report is for me?

If you want to maximize the effects from your exercise routine and stop taking a trial and error approach to fitness, then this report is for you. 

This report doesn't merely contain generic advice about how to enhance your fitness regimen. It provides targeted recommendations and information based on your personal DNA.