Sugar Free Diet Plus Strength Training

How much is enough?

Catherine Gordon in her home office/gym.

In my latest video I talk about two studies that show how a little exercise spread out through the week goes a long way to improve insulin sensitivity and strength.

One wonderful benefit of insulin sensitivity is the way it normalizes appetite. When I eat a sugar free diet and do a regular resistance training program, it’s easy to satisfy my appetite and get things done.

In the video, I describe the 6X5 exercise method that was used in the study described here:

To turn this method into a workout I would do Dumb bell squats, Push ups, Romanian deadlifts, and Bicep Curls for six reps, five times per week. Do the exercise movements for one set without weights as a warm-up.

Link to the video on YouTube.

Author: Catherine

Catherine Gordon is the author of the nutritional program: Sugar Freedom at She is also the author of "Keep the Change" Transform your body for good 2nd edition, at She is member of the National Weight Control Registry, and she was named the Certified Turbulence Trainer of the Year in 2013.

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