Diabetes : your complete exercise guide by Neil F Gordon

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Mass, strengthening exercises may And by more likely increasing your muscle increase your insulin sensitivity. 1 more information on the benefits of muscle strengthening, see The Strength Connection, a recent book by The Cooper Institute (For for Aerobics Research. 2 ) Stretching Exercises Stretching part of a is good exercise protocol. It should always precede an aerobic exercise session, whether you have diabetes or It won't take you long to appreciate the value of stretching. It relaxes you mentally and physically and probably helps prevent injuries by increasing your flexibility and widening your freedom of not.

Named after the Swedish exercise physiologist Gunnar Borg who developed it in the early 1950s, the Borg scale helps you judge your exercise intensity based on your on-the-spot perception of how difficult the exercise 14 feels. This rating of perceived exertion (RPE) is outlined on a scale from 6 to 20, which you consult as you exercise. If you're exerting yourself at a level that you feel is fairly strenuous, you might assign your effort an RPE of 13. When you reach the all-out huffing-andpuffing stage, you'd choose a much higher rating of about 17.

Make a number of photocopies of the appropriate page and put them in a loose-leaf notebook. Fill in a page after each day's good idea because — exercise.

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