How Resistance Training Affects Your Blood Sugar

If you regularly do cardio (like running, swimming, dancing, etc.), you have probably noticed that your blood sugar reacts differently depending on the type of cardio. While steady-state cardio will usually make your blood sugar drop, interval training can make it increase (you can read why in this post). The same goes for resistance training…

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