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Whether you’re managing or wishing to avoid high level's, knowing the benefits will help motivate you. Exercising encourages your body to build muscle, burn fat, strengthens bones, lower blood pressure and aid blood circulation.
Pick activities you enjoy. Providing it raises your heart rate and doesn’t push your body to the extreme, it’ll build your aerobic fitness. Enjoying exercise will also help you maintain a healthy lifestyle. If you’re new to leading an active lifestyle, ease yourself into exercise: start with shorter, easier exercises and gradually build yourself up.
Try mixing-up your routines and keeping a diary to watch your strength and stamina grow! Strength training twice a week, stamina exercise twice a week and moderate exercise the rest of the time will helps build a balanced body. Remember, mild muscle soreness is fine – but sudden pain suggests something is wrong, so tell a friend and speak to a professional.
Sharing your exercise can help you stay motivated, and motivate others to follow your fine leading example. Exercising with others can be much more enjoyable too! It’s also important for those with high levels of blood sugar to tell those you’re exercising with or even wear a band – just in case.
Try exercising regularly, for at least thirty minutes each day. If you’re wondering how to squeeze this in to your busy schedule, just think: that could be a ten minute cycle into work of a morning, a short stroll on your lunch-break and your journey home! Remember to build up to more strenuous exercise, don’t try going from strolling to marathons!
Sometimes, gentle exercise is better for our blood sugar-levels than strenuous exercise like running (refer to graph above). When we strain our stamina, our bodies’ metabolism breaks down food and even its own tissue into energy at a faster rate. It’s better to build up your stamina than strain yourself with sudden bursts of exercise. Walking or light jogging is a gentle exercise, great for calming down or working off that full-feeling after food.