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You and your Dog can both benefit from frequent walks. 30 minuets a day can really help to lower your blood sugar. Especially after meals, try this after your evening meal. Works for me. ... See MoreSee Less

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I've started kettlebell cardio/strength training recently and really like them. I use a series of youtube workouts 5, 10,15,20,25 or 30 minutes Thirty minutes is my max and finishes me off. Though the 20 minute one is really kickass too. I do these when I'm not cycling, that is, every other day about. If I do the ten minute work out, I will repeat it later on in the day.

I love my cycling and have a really big bridge fitted into my 18km run. I take a BG reading halfway through. Never any trouble. I notice though on my Garmin HRM I'm hitting my maximum HR which is uncomfortable and have to stop and wait for it to drop back down to ~83% then I'm good to go. I start getting stitches in my mid lower and left abdomen but they dissipate when I start. Anyone experiencing this? I swear I've yet to see a 60+yr old going over the same time I do.....
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I've found a great way to exercise and have fun doing it. I walk the course with a push cart. Always check my blood sugar first. Like to be around 160 or slightly higher. The walking really burns energy so I always carry skittles in case I start going low. ... See MoreSee Less

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Looking for more ways to be active.Mowing ones lawn or maybe someone else's is a great Low impact- Carb burning Activity. ... See MoreSee Less

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Bringing Diabetes Awareness and A1C management thru exercise and activity is my Goal. Please help in supporting me by liking The Athletic Diabetic Facebook page. Be Active - Stay Healthy. Jerry ... See MoreSee Less

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20,000 step in a day. Go golfing and walk the course. #stepitup ... See MoreSee Less

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This is Baylee. She's a soft coated Wheaton Terrier. Baylee is my Running Buddy. She waits patiently every morning for me to put on my shoes. Every run is a new adventure. Thanks Baylee for keeping me Active. ... See MoreSee Less

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Just left the Doctors office. Believe me when I say that exercise is a really important part of diabetes control. BP was 100/58 , pulse 55. Just turned 59, my Doctor says keep doing what I'm doing. As any diabetic knows management is a full time job. ... See MoreSee Less

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I wanted to give a shout out to Jerry Morgan for being an amazing patient... He is inspiring! He works hard, exercises all the time, and keeps his diabetes under excellent control. 5 stars to Jerry Morgan! ... See MoreSee Less

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