ESPN SportsNation’s Sam Amick takes a look at the biological predispositions that are considered to be the best at the game of soccer, and he has a pretty interesting answer for you.
A biological predispose is something that affects how an individual’s immune system works.
When your immune system is functioning well, you’re less likely to get sick from certain infections and you also have less disease spread.
When your immune systems are not functioning well and you have a genetic predisposition that prevents you from producing enough immune cells to fight infection, then you’re more likely to have a weakened immune system and a weakened ability to fight infections.
So for example, you have an immune system that is weak and susceptible to infections, which makes you more likely, not less likely, to get infections.
If you have the right genetic predisposition that prevents your immune cells from being able to properly fight infections, then that means that you are more likely than not to get an infection and get sick.
In a study published in the journal BMC Medical Genetics, researchers looked at the genes that determine the degree to which a person’s immune cells are activated during infections.
They found that the genetic predispose of the player was a strong predictor of how well their immune system functioned during a match, even when the players’ genetic predisposes were not exactly the same.
The researchers then looked at which of the players had the strongest biological predisposes and used that as a way to determine how well they performed during a game.
The genetic predisposing gene was a good predictor of which players had performed best during a soccer match.
The players who had the stronger biological predisposing genes were also the ones who scored more goals in the match.
What the study didn’t look at was whether the genetic susceptibility genes were influencing the player’s ability to score goals, which is the main purpose of the study.
The authors found that both genetic predispoises and the ability to perform well during a league match are important.
So what do you do if you’re not sure which of your genes are playing a role in soccer?
You can always ask the team doctor to look at your health records and figure out if you have any of the genetic vulnerabilities that could be a problem.
If your team doctor has that information, then there’s no need to worry.