Exercises for diabetics
(28 Jul 2020)

Diabetes fitness

Exercises for diabetics

If you suffer from diabetes, it is recommended & important that you do 30 minutes of exercise at least 5 times a week.
This helps your insulin levels stay down. 
You don’t always have to stay indoors but you can go for a brisk walk dance 


Ryle is going to show you some exercises that will help you fight weight gain, stress, improve your balance, lower your blood pressure and boost your energy. 


Start slow and consult your doctor before starting any new exercise regime’s. 

These exercises should help your mobility, range of motion, flexibility & stability:

  1. Lunge Stretching
  2. Modified jumping jacks
  3. High Plank in the prone position 
  4. Lift your hands while in the high plank position to make it a bit harder. 


lunge stretching

jumping jacks


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