Columns by Sheri Colberg-Ochs, PhD, FACSM
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December 2014 - Diabetes Motion
Practical advice about exercise and fatigue solutions
September 2014 - Being Active - Your Way
Take a break from the exercise norm with these unconventional activities
June 2014 - Simple Steps to Manage Diabetes and Be Healthy
Nutrition and exercise tips for a healthier lifestyle
March 2014 - Avoiding Overuse Injuries with Activity and Diabetes
Helpful tips to lower your risk
December 2013 - Improving Insulin Action
Is changing your diet or exercising better for insulin action?
September 2013 - Why the Time of Day You Exercise Actually Does Matter
Recent research addressed how timing of exercise relative to when you eat a meat influences what happens to your after-meal blood sugar.
June 2013 - Got Gestational? Exercise!
The benefits of physical activity for pregnant women.
March 2013 - Break Up Your Sitting Time with Movement
Adding minimal amounts of daily physical activity can have positive health consequences.
Dec. 2012 - Secrets to Keeping the Weight Off
You've come a long way, here's how to make it last.
Sept. 2012 - Getting Our Youth More Physically Active
How our kids measure up to physical activity guidelines and why
June 2012 - What Resistance Training Can Do for You
Exercise routine dos and don'ts
March 2012 - How to Stop the Blood Sugar Roller Coaster
Fight the ups and downs of blood sugar extremes
Dec. 2011 - Top 10 Exercise Myths Demystified (SS)
Sept. 2011 - Lose the Scale, but Watch Your Clothes
More muscle mass, less body fat true fitness goal
June 2011 - Will Taking Insulin Make You Fat?
How to use insulin and not gain weight.
March 2011 - Why is Everyone Getting Diabetes and Prediabetes?
New book proposed five causes of diabetes.
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There are very few conditions under which I will not ride my (road) bike. More than an inch of new snow, snow pack, and slush are the three major ones. That said, if the distance is short and familiar, and traffic is expected to be light, I'll take my chances. I was considerably less hesitant in my teens and twenties when I had two bicycles in my stable: a three-speed commuter and a 12-speed touring bike. My craziest experiences then were riding through what I later...