Diabetes Canada and the Canadian 24-hour Movement Guidelines for Adults recommend at least 150 minutes of moderate- to vigorous-intensity exercise per week, but what does moderate-to-vigorous-intensity exercise mean?
At Diabetes Care Community, a frequent complaint we hear when it comes to starting a fitness program is the overwhelming variety and choice of exercise equipment. It’s hard to know what to buy and how much to spend. We created this handy guide for you to simplify the process.
Many people with diabetes also suffer from heart disease, including high blood pressure. Read this article to learn about the best exercises for diabetes and high blood pressure.
I’m sure I’m not the first (or even the tenth!) person to tell you that exercise is a critical tool for managing diabetes. If you exercise regularly, great! If not, what’s stopping you? Lack of time? Motivation?
There are lots of resistance and cardio exercises you can do at home. Many of these exercises require minimal equipment and offer maximum benefits!
Many of us are committed to trying to follow a program of regular physical activity. We know how important this is, We’ve taken a look at some of the benefits of an exercise buddy, and have some tips on how to link up with an appropriate work-out partner.