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Diabetes and Strength Training

Join Dr. Kravitz for a comprehensive review of research regarding the role of resistance training in the prevention and management of diabetes. Diabetes and Strength Training details the pathophysiology of the disease as it relates to physical activity and, specifically, to strength training. You’ll gain tools to design resistance training programs that can be the centerpiece of intervention strategies for the fastest-growing health problem in the United States.

 

Earn continuing education credit for this webinar by taking the related CE exam.

For questions, visit www.HumanKinetics.com/WebinarFAQs.

 

“Dr. Len Kravitz’s webinar was very helpful, and he’s a great teacher. I have been a certified personal trainer for 10 years, and some of the guidelines (e.g., glucose levels for exercising) have changed. Thank you for a job well done!”

J. O’Ferrell—Maurertown, VA

 

“This information will be helpful in delivering exercise prescriptions to my members.”

A. York—Preston, CT

 

“It was great to hear technical information explained in such an easy, clear manner. Dr. Kravitz is a great teacher.”

P. Blackman—St. Thomas, Fl, Barbados

 

“Len’s presentation was brilliant.”

M. Sanders—Reno, NV

 

"I will use new guidelines in promoting physical activity to clients of our specialist diabetes treatment centre and the general public.”

N. Abulaila—Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Len Kravitz, PhD, is the program coordinator of exercise science and researcher at the University of New Mexico, where he won the Outstanding Teacher of the Year award. Len was honored with the 2009 Canadian Fitness Professional Specialty Presenter of the Year award and chosen as the American Council on Exercise 2006 Fitness Educator of the Year. He also has received the prestigious Canadian Fitness Professional Lifetime Achievement Award and the Aquatic Exercise Association 2010 Global Award.