Today I want to share some new research with you that found that weight training lowered the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
We know that exercise improves the insulin sensitivity if you have type 2 diabetes or prediabetes. This means that the insulin in your body works better and moves the glucose from your bloodstream into your muscles much easier.
The amazing this is that this is not just for the time that you are exercising but for 3-5 days afterwards.
This is huge.
Watch the video below to find out a little bit more about the study and how you can benefit from the results if you are at risk of type 2 diabetes or even if you already have type 2 diabetes.
To implement the results into your life, one of the best things that you can do is to see a personal trainer or exercise physiologist to have a program made up for you & to make sure that you have the correct form so that you don’t get injured.
And of course if you haven’t been exercising or have anything going on with your health, don’t hesitate to have a check up with your doctor before you begin!
I’d love to find out your story around exercise! Is it something that is part of your life or something you struggle with? Do you incorporate any resistance training into your exercise sessions? Let me know in the comments below.