Acute glycemic responses along 10-week high-intensity training protocols in type 1 diabetes patients.

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Summary of "Acute glycemic responses along 10-week high-intensity training protocols in type 1 diabetes patients."

Glycemic fluctuations were compared throughout 10-week high-intensity training protocols in T1DM patients. Differences were compared using the rate of change in glycaemia during exercise (RoC). HIIT sessions led to lower RoC in most weeks than other training protocols. The occurrence of level 1 hypoglycemia along sessions were similar among interventions.


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Name: Diabetes research and clinical practice
ISSN: 1872-8227


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