The Diabetic Muscle and Fitness Guide

By | October 25, 2018

Written by renowned competitive body builder and Sports Nutritionist Phil Graham The Diabetic Muscle and Fitness Guide is the first ever evidence-based muscle building and fat loss resource written for people living with diabetes.

Whether you want to shred fat, build a set of chiseled abs, pack on quality muscle mass or smash personal bests in the gym – this resource is your definite go to for rapid body redesign and strength development when living with diabetes.

The book provides a deep insight into the underlying physiology of diabetes and how it influences human metabolism, nutrition requirements and examines the body’s response to different types of exercise especially weights resistance exercise.

Various other elements including; mindset, diabetes medication, diabetes management, sports supplementation and much more are discussed in great detail.

Every strategy is grounded on real life experience, countless hours of trial and error and evidence-based study.

The book is written in an easy to digest format, occasionally delving into deeper scientific language to empower you with the exact knowledge, structure, and methods of assessment needed to ensure your body is always moving in the right direction.

The modern day personal trainer will find this resource incredibly valuable, as nowadays they face more clients living with diabetes (especially Type 2) than ever before. This resource will teach the fit pro everything they need to know about coaching the client living with diabetes.

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3 Comments

Anonymous on 10/25/2018 at 16:16.

Great for a novice to diabetes but not so much for pre existing T1D’s So the book goes very in depth about diabetes and its management. As a type 1 diabetic I found that the book didn’t really offer what I was looking for as I already knew most all the information that was in the book in that regard. Also everything about nutrition in the book is the same info any detail oriented person is going to be able to find online. I do feel that the book should have more to do with how T1D and strength training coincide on a physiological level vs how a normal persons…

Anonymous on 10/25/2018 at 16:32.

Lacking detailed information and completely devoid of any personal advice. BOOK REVIEW: Have you ever wanted to hire a personal trainer who also was knowledgeable about diabetes? This book could be just what you need. Diabetic Muscle and Fitness is clearly a labor of love from Phil. Over the pages of the book, he shares what his years of experience in weight training, nutrition and being diabetic have taught him. The tone is conversational. It’s almost like you have your personal trainer in the room with you for as long as you want to take for each lesson. There were…

Anonymous on 10/25/2018 at 16:54.

Lacking detailed information and completely devoid of any personal advice. Light on facts, light on helpful advice, heavy on bodybuilding dogma. The biggest problem I have is that the pretense of the book is that “I am T1D, look how big and jacked I am, learn how to get jacked like me” – and then in the actual book Phil puts literally zero of his own personal guidance into it as a diabetic. It’s just a compilation of basic bodybuilder myths (eat 4-6 meals a day, eat high carbs, get a…

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