Resistance Bands Training Improved Strength and Glycemic Control: The DARE-Bands Trial

      Background: Gym-based resistance training with weights or weight machines improves strength and glycemic control (A1C) in type 2 diabetes (T2D). Resistance training with elastic bands (RBT) is a potential alternative, but its effects in T2D have not previously been evaluated in a high-quality randomized trial. The Diabetes Aerobic and REsistance Bands Exercise (DARE-Bands) trial aimed to determine the effects of RBT on strength and A1C in T2D.
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