As anyone with type 2 diabetes knows, managing this condition is an ongoing task. The American Diabetes Association (ADA) states that exercising consistently can lower blood glucose and improve your A1C, which may allow you to reduce medications or insulin used to manage your diabetes. Whether you have an established exercise regime or are looking to add movement to your weekly routine, it is important to include a mix of aerobic exercise, strength training and stability work. Each type of exercise contributes to your body’s ability to manage diabetes.Recommendations include: Aerobic Exercise 5 days/weekStability Training 2-3 days/WeekStrength Training 2-3 days/weekFor more details on each type of exercise and samples of simple exercises you can do at home, the gym, or even the office read the full article in our Spring/Summer edition of our Hill Physicians Members' Magazine Healthy You.Hill Physicians provides several Care Management Programs to all of our members. Your doctor may already be with Hill Physicians. Check our Physician Directory and switch to Hill to get these and other benefits to your health and wellbeing. Do more health research in our Health LIbrary:Like and Follow Us on social media for more tips and tricks on staying healthy from the healthcare professionals @HillPhysicians.