Fun Fitness Activities and Healthy Lunch RecipesThis lecture was from our virtual "Back to School" conference on 8/7/21.
And you thought hopscotch was fun…wait until you try out a dancing fitness class with Jody Stolove. On your seat or on your feet, you’ll be laughing and hollering without having to use your “quiet” voices. Then Chef Lewis will make you the envy of every classroom by showing you how to prep the cutest, healthiest, and tastiest lunchables. Everyone is going to want to be your friend and get into your lunch box.
Chef Robert Lewis
Chef, Cookbook Author, Founder, The Happy Diabetic, Living Well with Diabetes
Fitness Instructor and Creator of Chair Dancing Fitness
Get on the Honor Roll: Continuous Glucose Monitoring and Other Top Tips to Ace Your Type 2 DiabetesThis lecture was from our virtual "Back to School" conference on 8/7/21.
This is one class you won’t want to fail at. Skipping class and cheating may seem cool, but when it comes to diabetes management, the quality of your life depends on your attendance. In this case it’s okay to be a nerd; your eyes, kidneys, heart, friends and family will all thank you for your diligence in learning all you can on this topic. Professors Edelman and Boeder will be focusing on, continuous glucose monitoring, medications, patch pumps, diet, exercise plus more and will be handing out A’s (and hopefully lower A1cs) to all those who attend.
Steven V. Edelman, MD
Endocrinologist, Founder & Director TCOYD; Professor of Medicine, UCSD School of Medicine, VA Medical Center San Diego; Living Well with T1D
Schafer Boeder, MD
Endocrinologist, Type 2 Track Co-Director for TCOYD; Assistant Professor of Medicine, UCSD School of Medicine
Staying in Range During and After Exercise: A Real Pain in the…If you have diabetes and are on insulin, one of the most frustrating things is dealing with blood sugar swings before, during, and after exercise. Dr. E and Dr. P go head-to-head in another challenge, using two different methods to see who can stay in better range during a workout. Does eating a sandwich on the treadmill help? Watch to find out!
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Finding the Fun in Fitness for Type 2Exercise is not a four-letter word, so don’t treat it like one. Have fun with it. Learn to enjoy moving your body. Your body will thank you for it and you will be rewarded with optimal health. Learn about the medical health benefits of exercising and the joy it can bring!
Speakers: Schafer Boeder, MD
Chair Dancing FitnessEssential exercise that is seriously fun! Pull up a chair and get your sweat on! (Jodi Stolove) - TCOYD Virtual Diabetes Conference and Health Fair 2020
Yoga: There’s So Much More to It than Just Touching Your ToesFrom the outside, it may look like yoga is an exercise focused on moving your body into awkward positions, but there is a reason why so many people with T1D practice yoga. It not only makes your body feel better and promotes better blood sugars, but it also helps your mind stay centered and calm. Join Evan for an accessible experience of yoga for diabetes. Give it a try a few times and see how yoga is the perfect complement to diabetes care. (Evan Soroka, E-RYT 500, C-IAYT) - TCOYD Virtual Diabetes Conference and Health Fair 2020
The Fat Chick: Exercise for EveryBODY!Jeanette DePatie is a plus-sized, certified fitness instructor who has helped thousands of people of all shapes, sizes, ages and abilities learn to love their bodies and love exercise. (Jeanette DePatie) - TCOYD Virtual Diabetes Conference and Health Fair 2020
Diabetes in Motion…How to Get Your Move On!If it’s been a while since you’ve been movin’ and groovin’ or if you’re totally brand new to exercise, we’ll share all the amazing health benefits that come with being active and how it can enhance your mood, your energy, your sleep, and even your sex life. No experience (or exercise) required to watch! (Sheri Colberg, PhD) - TCOYD Virtual Diabetes Conference and Health Fair 2020