Athlete Blood Test Panels
Shop the our Panels and select the test that works best for you. Add the Panel to your shopping cart and click checkout. During the checkout process, you will complete the ABT Athlete Questionnaire, which is used to capture insights unique to you.
Once your order is processed, you will receive an email with detailed instructions. ABT is partnered with LabCorp who has thousands of locations around the US allowing you to walk in during business hours (without an appointment) to get your draw free of charge.
Once ABT receives your results, your assigned clinical expert will analyze the results and prepare for reporting. Following analysis, your results and expert recommendations are put into an easy to read report. Blood test results are typically reported within 3-7 days depending on which panel is ordered. Genetic test results can take up to 6 weeks.
The ABT Difference
What makes ABT the most trusted blood testing service to thousands of professional and Olympic athletes? Simple, we provide much more than autogenerated reports with one-size-fits-all recommendations. Our recommendations are tailored to you and the unique physiology that occurs within you.
THE MAGIC OF ABT LIES IN OUR UNIQUE TWO-STEP REVIEW PROCESS.
|Comparison of your test results with ideal ranges developed by ABT based on age, gender, and frequency/duration/intensity of training.||Expert review of current results, past results and Athlete Questionnaire, which contains questions targeted at identifying physiological variables unique to you.|
Although the athlete ideal ranges we developed after nearly a decade of research can be (and are) used by other blood testing services, matching numbers is only half of the equation to optimizing performance for an individual. So, what is the ABT Difference? It is looking beyond only numbers. We look at you.
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Posted on | January 5, 2018