Sports performance blood test


  • Results within 24 hours

  • Blood draw included

This comprehensive sports performance blood test screen allows you to monitor your athletic performance and the impact on your body. This can be used to improve performance and inform fitness plans and goals. This profile includes Testosterone, Diabetes screen, inflammation, Cholesterol, Liver and kidney function, Full blood count, Thyroid screen and creatinine kinase. This includes sample collection at our clinic. Results available the same working day or up to 24 hours. This test is recommended for all males and females of ages >18 years. Includes 51 markers. One Free online GP appointment included with this test upon request.

Why take the sports performance blood test?

Our sports performance blood tests is recommended for anyone who would like a comprehensive understanding of the health and wellbeing of their body, whether it be to monitor athletic performance and its impact on the body, or in preparation and to inform upcoming fitness plans and goals.

What does each test measure?

  • Testosterone – Tests the levels of testosterone in the blood, which is important for growth and maintenance of the body.
  • Diabetes – HbA1C testing that measures the average blood glucose (sugar) levels in the blood.
  • Inflammation – Measures the C-reactive protein created by the liver in response to potential infection or inflammation
  • Cholesterol – Determines the total cholesterol to HDL (Good) cholesterol in your body.
  • Full Blood Count – Looks at the amounts of red and white blood cells, platelets, haemoglobin, and haematocrit in your blood.
  • Thyroid function – Measures TSH, T3, and T4, to monitor the effectiveness of the thyroid gland.
  • Creatinine – Waste product produced by the muscles, high levels of creatinine can cause fatigue.
  • Liver and kidney function – Measures the biomarkers for both the liver and kidney: Urea, Sodium, Potassium, Chloride, Bicarbonate, Creatinine, eGFR, Calcium, Phosphate, Uric Acid, Iron, Total Iron Binding, Bilirubin, ALP, AST, ALT, Gamma GT, Total Protein, Albumin, Globulin, LDH, CK.

What can this test tell me?

Depending on the results of each test, it can be used as an effective way to monitor certain areas allowing the person to assess, and then address, what is of concern.

As an example, if high glucose levels are detected, it can point to potential overtraining, greater risk of chronic fatigue, and even weight gain. Through this you can then take action to remedy the problem immediately, without having to experience the effects of high glucose levels.