Guys do you get worried about post exercise spikes that last for an hour.
After exercise I usually jump from 100 to a 125 and stay there for an hour. Id like to spend most of my day in the 90s
Yep I guess 70 minutes on a cross trainer is pretty intensive, maybe I should try reducing the duration.I spike really high and then rebound too low when I exercise. Since switching from running and tennis to fast, short walks and 30 minute weight lifting sessions I do much better. I am guessing the difference is that it's not intense enough to cause a stress response and give my liver an excuse to dump glucose.
So if the spikes really bother you, maybe try switching up the length, intensity and type of exercise.
Thanks thcri, but what are these?