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Old 03-22-2015, 02:37 PM
 
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I am back down to prediabetic levels thanks to running. No meds at all. I run 3-1/2 miles every other day alternating between weights one day and running the next.

The difference in blood levels and pressure is amazing since i stopped the bike and went back to running.
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Old 03-22-2015, 03:24 PM
 
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I am back down to prediabetic levels thanks to running. No meds at all. I run 3-1/2 miles every other day alternating between weights one day and running the next.

The difference in blood levels and pressure is amazing since i stopped the bike and went back to running.
Just got back from Anytime Fitness where I worked out for 10 minutes on the weight machines and then did my usual mile fast walk.



1.08 miles in 20 minutes 25 seconds... nothing special for someone 30 years old but it's a good aerobic workout for me with a pulse rate of around 130 after 10 minutes.

Running... honestly, I don't think my legs can handle running right now but maybe if I lost the extra 30 lbs around my gut I could.
There is nothing special here but what I would like to do is go more often as in twice a day.
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