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Resources for Exercise

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Get pumped for exercise with our latest blog series!

We've just wrapped up our blog series, Get Pumped for Exercise, a series of safety tips, guidelines and motivational information for planning and maintaining an exercise routine. You've heard about the benefits of exercise before and you probably know what to do, but sometimes the hardest part is getting started! To see the series on the blog click here.

Here are some additional resources on exercise that you may find helpful. If you have any questions about diabetes and exercise, consider visiting us in the office for an individualized assessment of your needs. We can provide safety tips for getting started and help you with planning for success. Call 314-525-4508 to schedule an appointment or find more information about our services here. Now get pumped!

Additional Resources:

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons; www.aaos.org
American Collegeof Sports Medicine;
American Council on Exercise;
American Diabetes Association;
www.diabetes.org, http://www.diabetes.org/food-and-fitness/fitness/
American Podiatric Medical Association;

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