Welcome to episode 2 of the Diabeticast–where we are exploring diabetes, climbing and fitness as an adventure; because life with diabetes is still about LIFE! Adaptation is important for diabetes–and climbing. Recently I have had to adjust to a lot of new changes and in this second episode of the LivingVertical Diabeticast I take on the value of being able to change up routines without getting thrown off the wagon.
I recently moved the LivingVertical HQ to the east coast for an uncertain length of time and this presents a very different reality in terms of climbing accessibility and the logistics that go into finding adventure. But is there more to adventure than just access?
In this episode we discuss the strategies I used upon my diagnosis (15 years ago) to start becoming more active and to challenge the fear of the unexpected highs and lows of blood sugar. This is less of a how-to guide and more of an opportunity to share experience. I am not a medical professional; this podcast isn’t medical advice. It’s one mans experience and opinion, amalgamated into a long winded rant that some of you may enjoy and identify with.
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