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Robin Arzon On Her Type 1 Diagnosis and Why She Decided to 'Shut Up and Run'

Robin Arzon On Her Type 1 Diagnosis and Why She Decided to 'Shut Up and Run'

November 07, 2016
In February of 2014, 25-year-old Robin Arzon, a NYC-based marathoner and Peloton cycling instructor, was preparing for a race when she found herself feeling extremely thirsty and fatigued. A visit to the doctor for a blood test turned out to be a diagnosis of type 1 diabetes.
Exercise May Slow Brain Aging by 10 Years

Exercise May Slow Brain Aging by 10 Years

The key is the intensity
March 24, 2016
Older adults who reported no to light exercise experienced a greater decline in cognitive abilities such as executive function, semantic memory, and processing speed than those who reported moderate to intense exercise, according to a new study in Neurology.
The Connection Between Sitting and Diabetes

The Connection Between Sitting and Diabetes

February 16, 2016
A new study from the Netherlands has found that people who were more sedentary were more likely to develop type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome than those who were less sedentary.
Holiday Travel Messing with Your Workout Routine? Not Anymore

Holiday Travel Messing with Your Workout Routine? Not Anymore

November 30, 2015
With the unhealthy cards stacked against you—and the added layer of holiday stress—it's even more critical to commit to fitting in fitness when you travel.
8 Expert-Approved Ways to Move More

8 Expert-Approved Ways to Move More

When you commit to moving more, your body benefits in big ways
May 12, 2015
Sitting disease, aka metabolic syndrome, can take a toll on your health. Experts say the key to reversing the negative effects is to look for ways to move more throughout your day.
Fitting Exercise into Your Daily Life

Fitting Exercise into Your Daily Life

Living Well with Diabetes
April 04, 2011
Read quick tips on how to fit a diabetes-friendly exercise plan into your everyday routine.
Diabetes: Beginning an Exercise Plan

Diabetes: Beginning an Exercise Plan

10 Ways to Get Started and Stay Motivated
April 04, 2011
If you have diabetes and you’re new to exercise or haven’t exercised in years, here are some easy ways to motivate you to get started.
How Do You Motivate Yourself to Exercise?

How Do You Motivate Yourself to Exercise?

Sticking with an Exercise Plan when You Have Diabetes
May 01, 2003
Everyone with diabetes (type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes) is aware of this: We must exercise to stay healthy. However, it can be difficult to find the motivation to do it, even if you know it'll help with your blood glucose control and reduce your risk of developing long-term complications. Article helps you find motivation to exercise.
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