3/21/2020-Strength & Run

Strength

+ Outdoor Running

  • 7:53 am, BG: 114, Set temp target (reduced basal)
  • 9:06 am, BG: 89, End temp target (reduced basal)
  • 9:22 am, BG: 94, Start Workout, 5g carbs & 12 g protein
    • Run/Strength
      • 0.3 mile run
      • 50 jump lunges
      • 0.3 mile run
      • 50 sandbag front squats
      • 0.9 mile hill run
      • 50 sandbag deadlifts
      • 0.3 mile run
      • 50 air squats
      • 25 decline push-ups
      • 100 mountain climbers
  • 9:52 am, BG: 146, 0.4 U correction
    • Run/Strength (cont.)
      • 25 chest flys
      • 0.3 mile run
      • 25 staggered push-ups
      • 50 jump lunges
      • 0.3 mile run
      • 12 x shoulder press (each)
    • Core: 3 x each for the following:
      • 15 reverse crunches
      • 15 bent knee table top crunches
      • 16 sprinter sit-ups (total)
      • 16 hollow hold cycle (total)
      • 16 slow flutter kicks (total)
  • 10:18 am, BG: 120
  • 10:48 am, BG: 82, 30 Minutes Post Workout

Today I decided to test my foot running again. I hit just over 2.5 miles total (keeping my run/bike streak alive) and while I’m not 100% it did feel a heck of a lot better than my last run attempt. The above workout was designed by my amazing personal trainer husband (feel free to steal if you like). It was just what I needed this morning!

This morning around 6:45 am, I woke up, saw the dawn phenomenon hitting and in my groggy state, instantly gave myself a 0.6 U correction. It worked but then the insulin was still impacting my BGs by the time I wanted to work out, which is why I set an extra long pre-workout temp target and had some carbs and protein just before working out. I wasn’t sure if I was going to be able to run or if I would have to sub in some biking for cardio so I wasn’t 100% sure how the workout would effect my BGs. When I saw my short runs weren’t stopping my BGs from drifting too high, I gave myself a correction mid-workout. It worked out pretty well this morning despite having a million variables at play.

The content on this site is not intended to be medical advice. Always consult your doctor before beginning a fitness regimen or adjusting your diabetes management strategy.

Published by Jenny Nat

https://t1-athlete.training/about/

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