9 Ways To Motivate Yourself To Exercise

I’d like to show you 9 ways to motivate yourself to exercise, because, as you’ve probably heard (from me!), exercise is important for everyone. When you have Diabetes, however, it’s not just important, it’s vital.   Because of the multiple benefits of exercise, the American Diabetes Association recommends about 30 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise at least five days a week….

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How To Exercise Safely With Diabetes Complications

If you have been diagnosed with complications stemming from Diabetes, such as neuropathy or retinopathy, you might think exercise is out of the question. In fact, the truth is that you need to exercise even more. Find out how to exercise safely with diabetes complications, because, you know, exercise is always the key to good management of your blood sugar….

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3 Lessons In Failure And How To Get Back Up – Chasing Fitness Part 8

As we come to the end of this series, let’s focus not so much on the failures – we all fail at something sometimes. Instead, we can learn from these 3 lessons in failure and how to get back up and move forward. We tend to think of failure as something undesirable or even shameful. Understandably, failing to achieve a…

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Chasing Fitness Your Way-Quality Of Life With Fewer Medicines-Part 7

How would you like to improve your quality of life with fewer medicines? For many people, there comes a time when they start to question if they really need to be taking so many medications. It seems their days revolve around what time they need to take which. Or else they take it upon themselves to start taking every supplement…

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How To Ease Into Fitness By Avoiding Beginners Mistakes

Starting from scratch or getting back on track, it’s good to have a little help. Here’s how to ease into fitness by avoiding beginners mistakes. Hang on to your resolutions and hopes for success by avoiding these blunders: 1. Overtraining You know the underlying cause of many sports injuries? It’s trying to do too much, too soon. The Fix:  There’s…

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