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Single Bout of Resisted Exercises Using Physioball on Random Blood Sugar on a Female Type II Diabetes Mellitus

DOI: 10.4236/ojtr.2016.43016, PP. 174-177

Keywords: TMT—Tread Mill Test, WHO: World Health Organisation, Physioball: An Air Inflated Ball of Various Sizes

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Lowering of random blood sugar on a female obese diabetic subject is the core of this case report. Single bout of high intensity exercises using Physioball helps to induce confidence in the subject.

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