Well, it's raining HARD, word is, cats and dogs are coming down tomorrow. I've never really talked to other people about this, but running on the Dreadmill is HARD. I can normally run a 6 mile run around 8 minute miles or faster. I really struggled to keep it around 8:30's. On a positive note regarding the Dreadmill. They're doing some pretty cool things with those machines. I'm sure many companies are doing this, but it's the first I've seen. The treadmill has a USB port in it, and when your workout is over, you just push the button about the USB and save the workout to the USB drive. I will then use this information to log my workout on Buckeye Outdoors.
Check back tomorrow, I'm going to a Pump Support Group meeting, and they're talking about the Continuous Glucose Monitor. Hopefully I'll have some neat new stuff to report.
This blog is about my life, I will talk mostly about Diabetes and Running. I use one to fight the other. I am not a doctor. Anything that I state in this blog is just my view / opinion / idea. Thank You for reading.
I was diagnosed with diabetes in September of 1999, and I started on the insulin pump in March of 2005. Going on the insulin pump was a life changing experience. It's no coincidence that I started running seriously the same time I went on the Insulin Pump. It created a passion for diabetes that I want to share with other people. With this passion I want to make my life and other Diabetic's lives better.