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  1. Used and Remanufactured Fitness Equipment

    People are often surprised when they find out the true price of their favorite treadmill or cross-trainer. Most of us expect the Precor EFX 546 we use at the gym to be around $1500 or $2000 dollars, therefore we are stunned to find out that a new Precor EFX 546 will cost approximately $6500, if we want one for our home. Due to the expensive nature of gym rated, health club quality fitness equipment, there is an immense market for used, refurbished, and "certified remanufactured" fitness equipment, for those who do not want to spend over five thousand dollars for a treadmill or elliptical trainer. From a financial standpoint, buying used fitness equipment is awesome. Precor, Life Fitness and other gym rated exercise equipment, drops significantly in price once it has been used. However, many times, these "used" pieces of fitness equipment are actually showroom or floor demo models, some of which have less than 5 hours worth of total usage. Make sure you do your homework when shopping f

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  2. How to Maintain Healthy Blood Sugar Levels While Exercising

    As you probably already know, aerobic exercise such as walking helps you control your weight. But did you also know that just one session of walking you can lower your blood sugar by 20 to 30%? Diabetic or not, many people these days are coming closer and closer to having high blood sugar levels, by a combination of not eating healthy and not exercising. One tip for keeping your blood sugars in a good range while exercising is to eat something 30 minutes before your walk (so your numbers don't drop too low with your increased metabolism). Another tip is to check your blood sugar levels before and after every walk (to prevent drops), and walk at least every other day. Once a routine habit is introduced to your daily life, your sugar levels will start to stay at a healthier level, than if you were inactive.  Just remember, once you take just one day off, it can take months to get back on the saddle!

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