Comparison of capilary glycemic responses after moderated continuous racing and high-intensity interval training in diabetes type 1 patients

@article{Oliveira2015ComparisonOC,
  title={Comparison of capilary glycemic responses after moderated continuous racing and high-intensity interval training in diabetes type 1 patients},
  author={Brenda Bauth Barros Oliveira and Nadjara Silva Viana and W. Pereira and A. N. Da Silva},
  journal={Diabetology & Metabolic Syndrome},
  year={2015},
  volume={7},
  pages={A228 - A228}
}
Materials and methods Seven men with DM1, aged 26±6.63 yrs., BMI 24±1.99 kg/ m2, with DM1 duration of 15±9 yrs., HbA1c 7.76±0.4%, and physically active without historical chronic complications volunteered to this study. In the MI protocol, subjects remained at a constant rate for 30 min to maximum 60% of the estimated heart rate. In the HIIT protocol, individuals ran for 1 min at high intensity (higher than 90% HR) and walked 1 min 5 km/h for 20 min. Samples were collected in two different days… Expand