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10 Ethical Issues Facing Health/Fitness Professionals [Strength Training, Personal Training] - Fitness.com

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Working in the health and fitness industry often involves finding a balance between what's ethical and what's not. Read here to see what ethical issues health and fitness professionals deal with on ...

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What the experts say - May 2005

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May 2005 review of research papers relating to coaching, exercise physiology and athletic development. Posted by Frith


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BBC Two - Horizon, 2011-2012, The Truth About Exercise

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Uncovering research that has the power to make us all live longer and healthier lives.A very interesting link.

 

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Exercise - Exercise's Effects on Diabetes

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Question: You are a type 1 insulin depednent diabetic. You have started to train for a 100km charity bike ride and are currently completely 2 hour rides comfortably every weekend. Explain how engaging in this much exercise will impact you condition.

Answer: It is important to maintain a balanced and regular blood sugar level so during the 2 hour rides it is important to regularly snack on some sugar (barley sugars, jelly beans are easy to use during exercise or a sports drink such as powerade). It is also important to monitor blood sugar levels and how they are being affected and for how long afterwards as well so taking you levels should be done 2 hours before, 1 hour before, 5-10min before, 5-10 min after, 1 hour after, 2 hours after and 3 hours after. By finding out how this much exercise is affecting you blood sugar levels you will be able to make assumptions and corrections in you pre event meal, during snacks and post event meal to help balance out your sugars. Insulin wise; insulin shouldn't be taken too close to the start because you want blood glucose available you don't want it being stored away as glycogen.

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You're a what? Exercise physiologist - OOQ Online, Summer 2001

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