Fight! Diabetes

Whether it’s adult onset or you were born with it, you already know exercise and diet are key to winning this battle.

The ideal training program for diabetics is 30 minutes of activity 5 days per week. Studies show that a cardio-only or resistance-only program will have a beneficial effect on blood sugar levels. When they are done together, the results double and are significant enough to match the goal of medicine prescribed for diabetes. Save money on meds, manage diabetes & feel better!

People with diabetes who have a workout buddy are more likely to exercise than those who go solo.

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Research indicates that people who work out in a class or group are more likely to succeed than those who go it alone. I didn’t need the research to prove that to me. I’ve witnessed this phenomenon for over a decade.

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I’m a busy salon owner with 2 small boys. My confidence and energy are up! I used to be too tired to play with them for longer than 5 minutes. I play a lot longer and harder with them now.
Rodi B. 40

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