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Excellent answers. Definitely follow Joanne’s reference to the ACSM website. Karin’s suggestion to know the signs of hypo- and hyperglycemia is right on the mark.
Physician clearance and guidelines are absolute. Monitoring blood glucose before, during, and especially after an exercise session is essential. If it’s a relatively vigorous exercise session, muscle glycogen stores will be challenged and the blood glucose level can decline as glycogen stores are replenished.
Good luck. Take care.
Check out the links above but also keep the following in mind:
1. What are the client’s normal numbers?
2. Did they test before the session?
3. Cardio lowers blood sugar and strength training typically raises blood sugar.
4. If at any time there are symptoms of hypo or hyperglycemia, stop and test blood sugar.
Here’s an IDEA article exactly on that topic…