From this Study Exercise may lower diabetes risk in older adults come these results:
“Resistance training may not only help to build muscle in older people, it may also be warding off type 2 diabetes, a new study demonstrates.”
“People lose their ability to metabolize sugar effectively as they age, even if they're otherwise healthy, Campbell and his team note in their report in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. And the weight gain that frequently accompanies aging worsens glucose tolerance and compounds diabetes risk. One in five Americans older than 60 years has type 2 diabetes, they add”
“a ‘profound’ improvement in glucose tolerance after the 3-month training program.”
The personal training sessions at Kelly Personal Training in Austin and at Ultimate Fitness in New Orleans are high intensity trainings sessions. This type of workout has been demonstrated to burn more calories than other form of exercise because of the calories burned after the workout and aids in the disposition of sugar.