Aerobic exercise is great for diabetecs and people who want to increase their heart health and loose weight. But I will be honest, it intimidates me. What we might want to consider is how we can also build our strength so that aerobic is not so hard.
There is a great article in Everyday Health that talks about the benefits of strength training being part of our weekly exercise routine. http://www.everydayhealth.com/health-report/m...
It targets muscle and muscle will eat up glucose without the aid of insulin for hours after a work out and the more you do it, the more they eat up. (of course you need to be aware of lows) This is why exercise is so often recommended to help get levels down.
The article offers some tips and even a few exercises to start with. Many of them can be done at home, no gym required and often you can do them with the aid of a chair and that helps so many of us who have limited motion abilities.
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