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Stair climbing
Exertion : Low
Step climbers
Exertion : Low
Situps
Exertion : Moderate
Knee highs
Exertion : Moderate
Knee elbow touch
Exertion : Moderate
Crunches
Exertion : Moderate
Crunch sit-up
Exertion : Moderate
Chair sit-up
Exertion : Low
Chair toe raises
Exertion : Low
Chair hand raises
Exertion : Low
Chair hand-feet movement
Exertion : Low
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Hand raised squats
Exertion : Medium
Jumping jack
Exertion : Medium
Leg raises
Exertion : Medium
High-Step Climbers
Exertion : Medium
Sqats
Exertion : Medium
M 6
Exertion : Medium
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Sit without support
Exertion : High
Mountain climbers
Exertion : High
Getup without support
Exertion : High
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Anti-Gravity resistance exercises

 

Anti-gravity resistance exercises are can be performed in the comfort of your home or a hotel room when traveling. You do not need a gym or fancy equipment to perform these exercises. You simply work against gravity and overcome the resistance imposed by gravity. These exercises will facilitate fat oxidation and glycogen depletion. This is an easy way to cultivate a habit of exercising daily without going to the gym or it can be used to utilize the extra blood glucose after a heavy meal. If you want to burn off the extra blood sugar after a heavy meal, perform these exercises after 2hrs of consuming a heavy meal.  These exercises are divided into three levels based on exertion - easy (green), moderate (blue), and difficult (red). Glycogen depletion while performing these exercises will be highest for difficult (red). 

EXERCISES

Exercises help our bodies utilize the insulin hence helping diabetic control their blood sugars better. There are many benefits of exercising ranging from healthy heart, strong bones, stress reducer, lowers blood pressure, improves cholesterol, improves blood circulation to controlling your blood sugar levels.