Include the information that matters most to you in your fitness log. This may be
you felt before, during, or after exercising. And don’t forget to record your blood
sugar reading. As time goes on, compare your first entry with more recent entries.
may see a rise in your fitness level and a drop in your blood sugar. Write down what
exercises you do. This is because aerobic, resistance and other kinds of exercise
have different effects on your blood sugar. If you like technology, you can use apps
that check and record fitness facts. This might include the number of minutes you
exercised, your heart rate, hours of sleep, and distance covered. Many apps give daily,
weekly, and monthly reports.