How much we benefit from fitness and exercise depends strongly on genetic factors. There are studies available with the claim that when it comes to athletic and physical performance, genetics can be attributed to about 50-60% of the difference between the skills of the individuals. Exercise, fitness and performance genomics, as a subset of the more general field of genomics, actively addresses the genetic basis of skeletal muscle characteristics and strength traits, and, in parallel, the variations in exercise responsiveness among humans that are assignable to genotype. LifeNome’s DNA- personalised fitness and exercise assessments and recommendations are providing a comprehensive understanding of individual’s fitness personality, injury risk and muscle characteristics with the 30 selected traits using proprietary Genomics AI™ technology. The technology is incorporating the knowledge from thousands of scientific studies and is matching the personal fitness related risks to the exercise routines. Individually tailored exercise routine could be automatically created to reflect optimal fitness plan for an individual.