Looking to Get Started with Exercise?1
Regular exercise can help you control your weight, increase your strength and mobility, and reduce stress.
Before you start any fitness program, it's important to consult your doctor on what exercise routine is right for you.
Check out Steps 1 - 5 to learn more about how to get started with exercise.
Exercise Can be a Walk in the Park2
Yes, even a walk in the park can be a great way to stay active. In fact, taking a walk anywhere can be a convenient and low-cost way to exercise — such as walking around your local shopping mall or walking your dog around the neighborhood.
Here are some more everyday physical activities you can do:
Small Lifestyle Changes Can Make a Big Difference in Your Health
Staying active doesn't mean you have to start running marathons or training for the Olympics.
You just need to make small changes to your lifestyle so you can do the activities you enjoy more often, like playing with your kids.
Remember — even the simplest forms of exercise such as a walk in the park can have a big impact on your health!
For more helpful tips on simple ways to stay active, download our Staying Fit Through Exercise Guide.2Download the guide here
You've Just Completed the Living with Diabetes Section
Congratulations! You should now have a better understanding of how to eat healthy and stay active.
Managing and keeping track of your type 2 diabetes and blood sugar (glucose) levels can be a challenge — that’s why we have provided several resources for you to download and use including a Logbook to track your blood sugar (glucose) levels, our Healthy Eating Guide, and our Staying Fit Through Exercise Guide.