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I've had a bike for a few months now but I have a little problem... My butt hurts when I ride it! What do you do to stop that? I know it ge…

Started by M

13 Nov 24, 2008
Reply by Mike Campana

World Diabetes Day race car at the Baja 1000

Hey all, Jim Graham here with Desert Dingo Racing - http://www.desertdingo.com . We're the official World Diabetes Day race car in the upco…

Started by Jim Graham

10 Nov 10, 2008
Reply by Holger Schmeken

some motivation this sunday on Vs.

the cable channel Vs. (formerly OLN) will have IM Arizona this weekend 2008 Versus Schedule Sunday, 11/2 – 3PM – Ford Ironman Arizona Sun…

Started by Joe_h

0 Oct 30, 2008


Every year I volunteer Communications at the New York City Marathon. (I'm at Mile 20, usually around the medical tent.) Our medical/first-a…

Started by tmana

2 Oct 22, 2008
Reply by Terry Keelan

training for a mini-triathlon

Hi, Has anyone here (ideally, type 1) trained for a mini-triathlon? I've made a personal goal to do one within the next two years or so.…

Started by Lyrehca

3 Oct 22, 2008
Reply by Joe_h

Excercise? I don't like it . . . but I will dance!

I really hate exercizing and gyms? YUCK! But belly dancing is fun, exciting, and no impact. It is the nicest, most fun way to get exercise!…

Started by Marsha

12 Oct 17, 2008
Reply by Sohair Abdel-Rahman

Pedometer Tips

I got a pedometer at the Diabetes Expo last Saturday and put it to use today, to see how many steps do I take during a normal day. So far,…

Started by Manny Hernandez

14 Oct 17, 2008
Reply by Megan S

Starving after 90 minutes of hard exercise

Hey, Any tips/hints? I'm training for the ADA Tour De Cure 100 mile race in Seattle and have been biking, running and lifting at least an h…

Started by Kate Makinson

6 Oct 14, 2008
Reply by tmana

Community Event in Dallas Texas - Step Out

Hey everyone, its me again! Just wanted to tell you about an exciting event I have become a team captain for; Step Out: Walk to Fight Diabe…

Started by Dean Holt

0 Oct 9, 2008

Damn those test strips are expensive!!!

I got a new monitor from Walmart (wallyworld). I got the Ascencia countour from Bayer. With the $50 rebate it was free. But.....the test st…

Started by ken wong

9 Sep 22, 2008
Reply by tmana




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