The effects of different accumulated pressure-time integral stimuli on plantar blood flow in people with diabetes mellitus #diabeticfoot

This study from Duan and coworkers. Bottom line: people with diabetes do not recover as rapidly following activity– particularly following repetitive activity. It is yet more data to guide us in better dosing activity and predicting diabetic foot ulcers. The effects of different accumulated pressure-time integral stimuli on plantar blood flow in people with diabetes […]

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Where did “10,000 steps a day” come from? What do the data say, anyway?

A really thoughtful piece from Tanner Garrity in Inside Hook asks “Where does 10,000 steps really come from? Enjoy Welcome to The Workout From Home Diaries. Throughout our national self-isolation period, we’ll be sharing single-exercise deep dives, offbeat belly-busters and general get-off-the-couch inspiration that doesn’t require a visit to your (now-shuttered) local gym. Once a day, […]

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