The Athletic Performance Panel has been designed to offer biochemical information about factors that can affect an athlete’s performance and recovery after training. This information can be used to establish baseline values and to monitor them over time so that you can modify your current training as needed in order to reach your athletic performance goals.
Vitamins and Nutrients: vitamin A, vitamin B12, vitamin D, vitamin E, folate, calcium, magnesium
Your blood can tell you a lot about your body and allow you to reach optimal performance if you know your current stats and stay educated about sports nutrition technology. Whether you are an elite athlete or just beginning to train, it’s important to properly structure your training regimen, manage nutrition, deal with fatigue and reach your goals.
The electrolyte panel is frequently ordered as part of a routine physical, either by itself or as components of a basic metabolic panel or comprehensive metabolic panel. It is used to identify an electrolyte or acid-base imbalance and to monitor the effectiveness of treatment on a known imbalance that is affecting bodily organ function. For athletes, electrolyte balance is important for proper physical performance.