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Bioletics Partners With YMCA's New Triathlon Program
Athlete wellness company Bioletics is the YMCA's top pick for new triathlon training program.
Created by the YMCA/Riverside’
Bioletics will provide physiological assessments options as well as nutritional counseling services to Y-TRI’s participants with the goal of scientifically identifying and eliminating the biological obstacles standing between the athletes and their best possible performance.
“In partnering with Bioletics, we can now provide athletes with access to the targeted nutritional support they need to improve their overall health and performance,”
Greenfield believes that the longer and harder athletes push, the more likely they are to develop a biological imbalance or deficiency. He added, “With the advent of home-based assessment options, coaches are beginning to encourage athletes to re-think the relationship between their fitness and their health. It’s becoming increasingly clear that one does not necessarily lead to the other.”
Bioletics is an innovative wellness company that empowers male and female athletes of all abilities with the tools they need to build better bodies. Using the latest in laboratory testing technology, the company has created at-home assessments that reduce the guesswork in correcting deficiencies such as dietary and mineral imbalances, an essential amino or fatty acid deficiency and less-than-optimal levels of vitamin D and iron. For more information please visit: http://bioletics.com.
About The YMCA
The YMCA is a well-established leader in promoting American health and well-being. The organization’
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While many things can influence how you look, feel and perform, none are more important than the unique, physiological processes at work inside you.
From a biological perspective, no two athletes are exactly alike. That’s why there is no such thing as a one-size-fits-
Building upon recent advancements in laboratory testing technology, Bioletics has created a series of at-home assessment packages to help athletes identify and eliminate their internal weak links—a dietary or mineral imbalance, an essential amino or fatty acid deficiency, a less-than-optimal vitamin D or iron level.