Know more about the role and how your clinical exercise physiologist can help you in preventing and managing your diabetes.
Walking is a great way to start incorporating exercises into your routine. Invite your family and friends to join your walk! Not only improves your health, but also gives you a good time to socialize with your walking companions. Jointly published with the American Diabetes Association, this manual provides you with tips in organizing your own walking club successfully.
Know how to lose, maintain or gain weight by balancing between your calories input (food) and output (physical activities).
Stay active throughout the day by incorporating different physical activities. It is more than just exercising in the gym!
Learn how the intensity and duration of activities will affect the amount of energy being burnt. Use this chart as a start in selecting the activities that fit your health goal. Work with your clinical exercise physiologist in designing an exercise plan that works the best for you.
Take your first step to a more active you. Follow these tips as you plan for your walk.
Resistance band exercises that you can do at home
Strength training that you can do even when you are sitting
Stretching exercises that you may do after your workout