Sunday, March 13, 2005

Miles Ridden by Phil

How many miles in March -dude?

98 Comments:

Blogger Phil said...

4108 miles ridden from 11/1/04-3/12/05
1 penny a mile is only 41 dollars. Goal for the year is 10000 miles, and to help as many children as possible. Spread the word about us, so we can help as many as possible. Have any diabetics contact us, so we can build the team nationwide. Thank you,
Phil

10:34 PM  
Blogger Phil said...

Thanks to:
Joanna Southerland for the web-site
Marc Anderson (CPA) for TeamType 1 accounting
And
David Hopkins for his most generous donation of $400.00, the very first donation to TeamType1.

10:42 PM  
Blogger Phil said...

And thanks to YOU for your donations, and/or spreading the word of our cause to help all with diabetes better manage their disease. Thank you!!!

10:43 PM  
Blogger Phil said...

Total miles by April 3rd- 4889
At $0.10 that is only a $489 dollar donation.
At $0.01 that is a $49.00 dollar donation.

Please donate, we want to help, but we can't help without your help. Thank you very much.
Phil

9:43 AM  
Blogger Phil said...

So after a few weeks of injury, I am back training. Yesterday I went out with my boys from UGA, Reid and Jered Gruber, and we criplled each other before the group ride even started. Today, master driver Nathan Jenkins, gave Todd and me some moto-pacing (sitting behind a car at 30++ mph.) Todd got a flat halfway in, and then he decided to drive. Todd really put the hurting on me. It was a good sign to see coming up to Twilight. 2 more races, then Twilight. I hope to hang on there.
Also, the past 2 weeks, have seen pretty solid blood sugars on my part. My 7, 14, and 30 day averages are all right at 130-135. This may seem high, but diabetics don't tend to check when things are perfect. We check when we suspect something might not be right.
Thanks, and have a great day.
Phil

7:32 PM  
Blogger Phil said...

Hey, this weekend I had the pleasure of going to The Diabetes Expo, put on by the American Diabetes Association. I had the pleasure of meeting a lot of very interesting people who are as motivated as we are to find a cure, and help diabetics. It was great.

As far as riding goes, I have had to take 2 days very easy, which has caused me to increase my insulin dosage just a bit, to make sure I stayed close to the goal of 80-100.
Having a goal of 100 has helped me to lower my avgerages which are all now inbetween 127-132!!!
Yesterday I checked my blood sugar 15 times, and gave 9 shots.

Off to ride now, and get fast enough for this week. Have a great day, and thanks for reading.
Phil

2:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where is Joe -- no mile recorded. Are you doing all the riding?

10:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I pledge 100 dollars to you.

10:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/sciencenow/3209/04.html

10:21 PM  
Blogger joannacatherine said...

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8:07 PM  
Blogger Phil said...

Heya,
So after a few weeks of injury, I seem to be getting some speed in my legs. I am not racing good yet, but that is coming soon.

As far as diabetes news goes, I have learned about how diabetics are insured, in respect to life insurance. If WE are to get a chance at a fair, affordable rating, we have to have an HBA1C under 7.

So let us do one better. A new goal for diabetics around the counrty should be to "Strive for 6.5." If you do this, insurance will be affordable, and the chance of going BLIND will be next to none.

If you need help getting to 6.5, email me teamtype1@yahoo.com
or call me
706-338-2344

Please do not hesitate to contact me. I want to help you live a better life.

You can do it, and do it living a great life!!!

5:34 PM  
Blogger Phil said...

Hello friends,
So after a few years, I finally managed to graduate!!! It was pretty exciting, and I am so glad my mom forced my younger self into going to scholl rather than racing full time. It has been the best time of my life!!!

Job is starting full time now. It is good to be with MassMutual, and they are really supporting Team Type 1. Other big supporters of the cure are The Landmark Diner in Buckhead. Tommy, the owner, is giving 15% of all lunch and dinner sales to The American Diabetes Association!!! You can eat great food, and donate all in one.

Blood sugars have been great lately. Average is 122 for 7 days, 130 for 14 and 30 days. It has been a little tougher, as some classes and work have limited my typical workout regime.
Limited exercise just means that I have to check way more often.
No big deal when you take in to account that all the extra pricks and shots are guarunteeing that I will will NOT GO BLIND.
New goal for all diabetics:
"Strive for 6.5"
With an A1C of 6.5 or better, insurance rates drop, and you will live longer healthier lives. Have a great day.
Phil

6:26 PM  
Blogger Phil said...

Howdy,
This past weekend I had the pleasure of doing "Ride to Cure" for the Juveneille Diabetes Research Foundation. It was hosted in the very beautiful Carmel, CA, and was tons of fun.
I had the pleasure of meeting a lot of really great people who were just as motivated as we are to live good lives, and to CURE diabetes. To all of you who I met out there, Thank you very much.
I hope to work with JDRF much much more, and continue to meet people as kind and generous as I did this weekend.
I almost forgot to mention how tough they all were too. The volunteers spent over 12 hours out on the course, which is very impressive... and the riders who rode the hardest 100 miles (or 60) were great. It was super tough out there, and anyone who finished in under 3 days did a great job!!!
Just to note, blood sugar averages are all below 126 for the 7, 14, and 30 day averages. This is the best I have ever had, and I hope to have an A1C soon to reflect it. I will post as soon as I know. Thank you all for your support, and thanks to JDRF for putting together such a great event.
Phil

P.S. Joe is getting strong, and made me hurt a lot on the ride. Congrats to him for upgrading to a category 2!!!

12:52 AM  
Blogger Phil said...

This week has been good for riding. For the first time in a long time, I feel like I am strong on the bike!!!
Blood sugars have been good too lately. I just had my HBA1C checked and it was at 5.9.

We have also got a little publicity thanks to Jered Gruber and PezCyclingnews. Please check out the article at: http://pezcyclingnews.com/?pg=fullstory&id=3211

I also met with Nancy Noto of Camp Kudzoo earlier this week. I am very excited to get to volunteer at the camp. Hopefully Joe and I can help a few youngins live better lives.
Speaking of Joe, he had a run in with the pavement, and the pavement won. He is out for a few weeks, but I think this break will only make him come back stronger. Thank you for your support. Have a GREAT day!!!
Phil

2:52 PM  
Blogger Phil said...

Hey Friends,
This week has been interesting. I was introduced to the real working life. I have always worked, but this week I was at the office for 12 hours or so a day. It was great, and I learned a lot, but the lack of exercise made my blood sugars harder to control. I was having to do a lot more insulin, and eat less to stay in control.
SO this week I am going to wake up a bit earlier and run in the mornings, and try to do the same in the evening. I would rather lose 30 minutes of sleep, exercise, and have and be able to eat what I want.
Fri-Sun (lots of riding and running,) my Blood sugar has been between 75 and 130. It has been very nice.
7 day average-127
14 day average- 129
30 day avg- 126

Can you do this? Of course you can. All it takes to eliminate the risk of going blind is a few extra tests a day, exercise, and living a NORMAL life. Thanks for reading, and have a GREAT day.
Phil

5:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hiya,
Latley I have still not been able to ride as much as I would like. But, my blood sugars have still been great. My new goal is to have all of my averages under 120. Right now they are
7 day: 115
14 day: 117
30 day: 123

With a little extra lantus, and a lot of smaller shots, it has become easier to control. It was hard for the first week or so, but staying on top of it makes it better.

Joe is recovering from the broken collarbone, and has started to ride again. We are racing this weekend in Perry, GA.
Jered Gruber www.jeredgruber.com is racing espoir nats out in Utah this week. Lets all wish him well. Thanks for all of your support. Have a great day.
Phil

9:06 AM  
Blogger Phil said...

Hello,
This past weekend was some pretty good racing. I have been blabbing on about good control for a while now. But I have come to the conclusion that a blood sugar of 95 is not good for bike racing. I am going to try racing with a higher blood sugar, and see if my performance improves. The team rode great this weekend. Dan and Jake should have won, but a crash near the finish resulted in Dan getting 5th. Crowe was 5th in the Road race after being in the break for 88 miles. I rode well, and am on the comeback trail.

I just got this new thing for my accu-check meter that allows me to download my meters memory. In the past 30 days I have tested my blood sugar 462 times, with an average of 120.6. That is an average of 15.4 tests a day. I have had real good control as of late too.
A few months back my averages were in the 140,s. When I started paying attention to my averages, it was extra motivation to keep better control. So over a few weeks I brought my averages down too the 130's. Then over another month it was in the 120's. Once their, I really wanted to improve and have all of the averages into "perfect" range. I am close, but not their just yet.

The point of the matter is that by testing a little more, and becoming competitive with myself, I was able to improve my control drastically. It took some time, and a little extra attention, but it was doable. So if your averages are _____ and you want them to be _____, then test a little more, and pay attention to the averages a few times a week to see if you are going in the right direction. Have a great day.
Phil

9:03 PM  
Blogger Phil Southerland said...

Hello-test

3:35 PM  
Blogger Phil Southerland said...

Hey!!! Sorry I have not posted anything for a long time. Apathy got the best of me when I lost my password. A lot has gone on since last time. I said I needed to have higher blood sugars to race well, and it has worked. On Joe's advice, I tried racing at about 160, and my performance has improved drastically. I have been getting top 10 finishes here as of late, and I hope to keep the momentum going.

Also, I had the great oppurtunity to be a part of Camp Kudzu. This was probably the best week of my life, and I have made some great friends as a result. I got to see my cabin and their drive to be good diabetics. I made a few promises that if the kids got their HBA1C's down to 6.5, then I would send them 5 lb.s of candy. I hope that I have to buy 500 lb.s of candy. If they know how to control their blood sugar enough to get to 6.5, then they will know how to control it with a littl extra sugar. At camp, I also learned how to carb count. It was a place, that no matter how long you have been a diabetic, you are still going to learn something new.

My averages have gone up a little bit. 7 day- 122
14 day- 126
30 day- 129

I attribute some of this to having a higher blood sugar before and after my races. I am still happy with these #'s, but I want them all to be down under 125. If any of you have any questions about how to improve, please feel free to contact me teamtype1@yahoo.com
I will be more than happy to try and help. Thanks for reading, and I promise to have more frequent updates now!!! Have a great day.
Phil

3:55 PM  
Blogger Phil Southerland said...

Hello,
Last time I mentioned that I wanted all of my averages under 125. Well it is done.
7 day- 124
14 day- 122
30 day- 125

This is all thanks to the bike races I did this weekend. I got to do 3 races in 3 days. I rode well, and had a lot of fun. The only problem was that I didn't reduce my lantus enough, and at night I have been having to eat TONS of food, to the point of stuffing myself. The plus though, has been that during the day, I have been able to cut my shots down, and the dose per shot. For example, yesterday I only did 3 shots. The highest my blood sugar got was 145. Then it would keep coming down. No matter what I did, my blood sugar would keep dropping. Again, last night I had to stuff myself, even after cutting back on my lantus.
Still a little afraid of going to sleep, I decided I would set an alarm and wake up between 2-3 A.M. to prevent morning lows. This seems to work well, on nights where my blood sugar has a chance of going low. This has also cause me to check a lot more...


9/4- 18 blood sugar tests.
9/5- 20 blood sugar tests.
9/6- 19 blood sugar tests.
9/7 (today at 11:15) I have checked 9 times. Some of these include test in the middle of the night.

The point of all these test are just to make sure I am in the right spot, or on the way there. By checking this much, I can correct before I have a chance to get to high. I am not saying everyone should check this much, but if everyone would check 2-4 more times a day, I bet your A1C would drop a point in 2 months. Any takers??? If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at teamtype1@yahoo.com. I will be more than happy to try and help. I am not a doctor, but I have lived what you are going through. Thanks, and have a great day.
Phil

11:20 AM  
Blogger Phil Southerland said...

Hello,
So things have been really good lately. This weekend I got to just relax. It was the first time in a long time, so I savored every moment. Some of the highlights were watching the game, and going out on a real good ride on Saturday. It was right at 70 miles, and took 3:30 hours. The best thing about the ride was that, I barely had to do any shots the rest of the day. Every time I would check, my Blood sugar would be right around 90, and as long as I had small snacks I didn't need to take a shot. This is different than days like yesterday and today. I have not been able to exercise at all casue I have been working from 7 AM- 9PM yesterday, and will be tonight. Control has still been good. My averages are up a bit. All 3
7 day, 14 day, and 30 day at at 126. This is still good, and I am happy, but i would rather they be at or under 125. So these next few days, I am going to make sure and exercise, and be a little more cautious to try and get em down. As most of you know, what we do today in regards to control does not affect tomorrow, but it affects us 15, 20, 30 years down the road. So control today is CRUCIAL. All these people and doctors talk about all the negative side effects of diabetes, but if we take the steps necessary, and get those A1C's down under 7, and closer to 6, then we completely eliminate the risk of any long term problems. It makes me feel good knowing I am in control, not the disease.
It is kind of like those gun commercials...

"guns don't kill people, people kill people" is the same as

"diabetes doesn't cause blindness, bad control causes blindness"

So if control is getting hard, just go out and exercise, or test a few times a day, 1 more shot. It is all about the incrementals. The one extra step. That is what my boss told me. Just one more phone call a day, equals an extra $1,000 a month, or $12,000 a year...
You can do it, I promise you can. If you ever need any help getting there, I am happy to help. Send em an email teamtype1@yahoo.com or call me at 706-338-2344. I will help!!! Have a great day.
Phil

6:50 PM  
Blogger Phil Southerland said...

Hello Everyone,
So this past week has been good. I have taken a break from riding, as it is the off-season for racing, as well as a super busy season for work. Riding is very time consuming, so it seemed appropriate. But as you all know, diabetes doesn't take a break. Soooo, I have found other means to stay active. I have been running a fair bit, working out in the gym, and they have helped me to maintain great blood sugars. I have gotten all of my averages back under 125, which makes me happy. The thing is that without exercise, I am not sure if I would be able to control myself as good as I have.
EXERCISE=Easy good control
NO excercise=very hard to have good control, but this is all in my experience...
I went to see the doc this week. I got an A1C done, and it was at 6.0. This is the equivalent of about a 112 blood sugar average around the clock. Just so you know a 6.5 (strive for 6.6) is an average of 130. This weekend I am going to go to a walk for diabetes in Atlanta, and then after that I am headed to Las Vegas for 3 days to secure sponsorship for Team Type 1. I hope to have good fortune out there. The more product we have donated by very generous sponsors, the more money we can donate to J.D.R.F. and the sooner they will find a cure.
That is about all I have right now. Please, if you ever have any questions, or problems, please contact me directly at teamtype1@yahoo.com or 706-338-2344. I would love to try and help you. Thanks for reading, and have a GREAT day.
Phil

8:08 PM  
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1:28 AM  
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My site is in a bit different area, but just as useful. I have a diabetes related site focusing on diabetes and mens health related topics.

8:32 AM  
Blogger Phil Southerland said...

Hello Friends,
Life has been great lately. I got to go to Las Vegas to attract sponsors for our Race Across America. We have been receiving great feedback from a lot of companies, and I can't wait to tell you all about them. Maybe you will want to try the products out...

Control has been good. I had a couple of bad days for travel purposes which got my averages out of whack. 30 day is still at 126, so I am going to work a lot for a while to make sure it gets under 125. I have not been able to exercise as much as I would like, but that is going to change here soon!!!
Exercise= good control, right????

Also, I got to go to a great wedding this weekend. It was great because thanks to all of the dancing (I am not good...maybe) I could eat the delicous cake. It is so easy to be a diabetic these days, as long as you approach it with the right attitude. If I do a little exercise, a few shots, and test, I can live as if I were normal. Other people do all this to avoid gaining weight, why not do it just to stay healthy. I have been at work since 6:30 this morning, and it is now 10 at night. It has been good though, because I have been able to make time to meet with a lot of people, and help them plan for their futures.
If there is ever anything you need, any questions you have, please feel free to ask me. I have probably been there and done that, good or bad. I hope all is well, and have a great night.
Phil

10:08 PM  
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2:20 AM  
Blogger Phil Southerland said...

Hello friends,
This has been a great week for Team Type 1. It all started last weekend at Camp Kudzu. This if you don't know is a diabetic camp for kids. This weekend was family camp, so I got to meet some new kids, as well as their parents. It is good to see so many people who care so deeply for their children. Great job to the donors and staff of Camp Kudzu.

On a side note, we have been working on a fundraiser for early February, and I got to spend some time learning new ideas, and trying to make it all come together, which it is now. We are also getting sponosrs lined up for RAAM which is great. This is a very costly venture, and the fact that people want to help us raise more money means a lot.

Personally, this has all had me on cloud 9. Everything is going great, blood sugars are great. 7 day avg is 122, 14 day and 30 day, are a little higher than my goal, but are both at 127. They will be down soon. I am off for a run right now, since it is the offseason, I am not riding. But we must still stay active to achieve good control...

Tomorrow is JDRF's Diabetes walk, and then Sunday is a haunted house at Marist High School in Atl. I love all these events. Thanks for reading, and if you ever have any questions, or comments, please contact me at
706-338-2344
or teamtype1@yahoo.com
Have a great weekend.
Phil

2:52 PM  
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10:05 AM  
Blogger Phil Southerland said...

Hello,
How is everyone doing? Things have been a bit hectic as of late. But I would much rather be busy than bored. Work has been going extremely well. We, Team Type 1, had a comedy benefit put on by the Showcase Comedy Club. These guys are great, and they help us and a lot of other charities to raise money. Thank you Shawn. I have also been traveling a bit. Travel always make the blood sugar control a bit tricky. Which means, if you check it the same amount as when at home, you will be out of control. The crucial step here is just to check up a little more often. When I do that, I seem to be prepared for everything, and ready to rock. I am wearing a continuous monitoring system right now. When it is unblinded, I will be able to see my blood sugar every 5 minutes. Maybe this will cut down on the 15 times a day I normally check.

I have been training for a half marathon also. This has been fun, getting runs up to 8.5 miles. Those hurt a little. Last week was also the first time I got on my bike in a while. The running has kept me in shape, so it didn't hurt too bad. With work, I can't seem to exercise as much as I used to, so I check more often to make sure I stay in good control. I heard from a young lady from Camp Kudzu last week. She said her A1C dropped 2.5 points since camp!!! She is striving for 6.5, and is almost there. Jaime, I am really proud of you!!!

So, that is what we have right now. I have a great lady, Hethur Charlotte, working with me to raise money for Team Type 1. For us to compete in the Race Across America, is going to cost appx. $237,000 dollars. If we can raise that money, we should be able to raise at least another million. That is the goal, and we will do whatever is necessary to achieve it. I hope you are having a great day. I am off for a run. Thank you for reading.
Phil

2:31 PM  
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12:41 AM  
Blogger Phil Southerland said...

Howdy,
I hope you all had an excellent Turkey day. I know I did. I got to get up at 5:30 and jet off to do the Atlanta half marathon. This was the longest I have ever run. I ran with my good budy Andy Roberts (a runner.) His goal was to make me suffer, and he succeeded. We averaged 7:33 miles for the whole thing. It was really hard for the last 2 miles. It was a great experience, and it was amazing to see so many people out there. Other than that, not much has changed. I have been working a lot, and working on Team Type 1. I think we are close to a title sponsor, which is very exciting. We have been getting great support from cycling companies such as Zipp, Zero Gravity, Rudy Project, and Polar. They have all shown us a lot of support. More on the sponsors to come.

So a few weeks ago I had a slip up. I made the mistake of taking two lantus shots. For those of you who don't know, Lantus is a 24 hour insulin. It speeds up the metabolism, and makes the other insulin (humalog) work very well. But 2x the metabolism and you have to eat a lot. I ate about a half gallon of ice cream, and my Blood sugar stayed right around 86, and then 10 minutes later it would drop. So I had to wake up at 1:30, 3:30, 5:30 to eat. That was kind of a pain, but the plus side was that I only had to do 2 shots the next day, which is a nice drop from the norm of 7. I also got to do a talk at the Stanley Hospital. There were so many friendly people there. It was truly a pleasure.

So lately I have not had to check 15 times a day. I am wearing a continuous monitoring system by Abbot. I will hopefully get to talk much mofre about this after the study. The jist of it is that I get to see my BS every minute, and it records 24 stats for weeks on end. This will make control so much easier for those who are still working to get there.
If you or a friend are in good control, congrats it is not easy. If you are still striving for 6.5 (or better) just remember it is a 3 week process. Week one, break 3 bad habits that lead to bad blood sugars.
Week two is to start 3 good habits that will improve your control.
Week three is to put all of these into place, and make them habits.

Of all the diseases out there, this is essentially the only one, where we can eliminate long term side effects if we take charge. I know you can do it, please call 706-338-2344 or email me teamtype1@yahoo.com and I am happy to talk about how to get there. Other than the run, I have been lazy/busy and not been able to workout as much as I would like. So I have had to be a little more strict with what I eat to stay in good control. But, with a few extra checks, and an extra shot here and there, I have maintained a 28 day avg of 128. My next goal is to get my averages into the low 120's, and then back to the 110-120 range. My last A1C was at 5.5, and I want to maintain it!!! I will still be happy if I am under 6 though. That is my goal, and I will do whatever necessary to achieve it. Thanks for reading, and I hope you have a great night. If I can help in any way, please let me know. Adios
Phil

9:30 PM  
Blogger Phil Southerland said...

Checking to see my login, sorry about the pointless post

9:43 PM  
Blogger Phil Southerland said...

and again

9:44 PM  
Blogger Phil Southerland said...

1/14/06
Hey there,
I really do need to update this more often. Life has been very good as always. I hope everyone had a great holiday. I sure did. I got to spend a lot of time with my family, which is rare. It is always tricky around the holidays, with the huge portions of food, and all the sweets. This typically means, at least for me, that I have to check a few extra times, and do a few extra shots. But the enjoyment I get out of the food makes it well worth it to me.
So tomorrow is my birthday. 24!!! This is just gonna be a new year that will hopefully bring lots of fun, and success. Team Type 1 is getting a lot of exposure. In fact, Cyclesport Magazine is giving us 2 full page adds in May and June. This will do wonders for those who helped us, our sposnsors.
I have had a few weeks of down time at work which has allowed me to train a lot here lately. I did 15 hours one week, then 20, then 22 hours. I am starting to get some good fitness in, and real excited to start the race year off right. I will probably take a break in late march/early april, so my prep for RAAM will be perfect. Speaking of RAAM, we will all be riding free bicycles that Litespeed is making for us. We will have the fastest wheels from Zipp, Heart Rate monitors by Polar, Nutrtion from Hammer Nutrition, Cool shades from Rudy Project, and Braking power from Zero Gravity.
I am real excited about this.
Can you imagine 8 diabetics racing across the country? It is a lofty goal, but I think that because we are diabetic, we will have a great advantage!!! I have seen many great athletes that are diabetic. Adam Morrison is one of the best B-ball players in the NCAA for Gonzaga. Then we have Kris Freeman, representing the US at the Olympics.
If we can all get used to making the small adjustments necessary to get an A1C down to 6.5 (or better,) then you will have the discipline you need to succeed in anything you choose.
So how do we all get to 6.5? Just one small lifestyle change a week. If you can make one new good habit a week, such as checking more, exercising more, eating a little better, you will be on your way to 6.5.
If you ever have any questions, or need any help getting there, please let me know. I am always near the phone 706-338-2344, or email: teamtype1@yahoo.com. I would love to help. I hope everyone is having a GREAT new year, and please wish me luck in my trip to Cali to meet with Abbott Labs. Have a great day.
Phil

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1/22/06

Hello,
So this past week, I have had a lot of really good stuff going on. I had a conference call with some very nice people at Abbott Laboratories. We spoke at great length about them supporting Team Type 1. They were so kind that they are flying me out to see them this Tuesday. Cross your fingers for some great news by weeks end. Just in case you did not know, they produce the Freestyle Flash meter.

On another note, I injured my achilles 1.5 weeks ago while riding. This is the kind of injury where you have to take time off to let it heal. So this week, I have done NO exercise at all. I have learned how TOUGH it can be to control blood sugars without exercise. The first few days, were just a normal transition of doing more insulin. After that things got tough. Good Control is something that by testing a ton, doing a few extra shots, and exercise I have been able to do a very good job at. Last week, I had to take exercise out of the equation, and "good control" became a major challenge. I have increased my Lantus to 23 units, which is the most I have ever done. My pre meal dosed have been increased a lot, and I have had to do more corrections than ever. Yesterday, I tested 18 times, and did 8 shots.

2 big things here. For the first time in my life, I have been close to sedentary in regards to exercise, and for the first time in my life, good control has been a real struggle. My point with all of this is that, by exercising you can make it much much easier to control. The odd part here, that I am sure many people do not realize, is that even for a non diabetic these same principles apply. If a non diabetic does not exercise at all, then their body will also have to produce as much as 1.5 times as much insulin to stay in good control. I am not a doctor, but this is probably what leads to type 2 diabetes. Not necessarily, a poor lifestyle, rather lack of exercise.

If I could make one suggestion, it would be for everyone to try and be a little more active. This will make good control much more easier, and will lessen the amount of insulin (pump, pancreas, or shots) that you have to do.
Even though I can't ride, or run, I am going to go hit the gym to try and increase my insulin sensitivity. Thanks for reading, and have some fun while exercising. As always, please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have. I have probably made the same mistakes before, or been through any trouble areas you may have. My email is teamtype1@yahoo.com, and my phone number is 706-338-2344. Thank you and have a great day.
Phil

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Blogger Phil Southerland said...

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So how is everyone doing? It is Super Bowl Sunday, and like the rest of the world, I am saying go Steelers. Life has been great lately. Blood sugars are great. 14 day average is 116!!! I am trying to keep it under 120's. Last time I wrote I had not exercised due to injury. Not much has changed. I am still not riding thanks to my achilles heal (heel,) but I have been doing push ups, crunches, whatever to make the insulin work a little better. I upped my Lantus to 22, and all has been well. I would much rather be riding and only do 17 units though.
I have also just moved to Atl. I have a nice place in a great location. Once I get some couches, all will be well. I am excited about being here, as it will give me the chance to hang out with a lot more diabetic kids. They will be the future of Team Type 1, and hopefully we can all ride together here soon.
I guess I have not said the good news yet, but Abbott Diabetes Care is the "Gold Sponsor" of Team Type 1 for RAAM!!! They have such a great team out there, and they were very passionate about ensuring that we win the race, and get the support needed to raise the $1,000,000. Thank you to all employees of Abbott Labs, and to Freestyle Flash.
I have to run go watch the big game. As always, please contact me if you have any diabetic issues. 706-338-2344. Have a great day.
Phil

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Blogger Phil Southerland said...

Hello!!!
How is everyone doing? Life for Team Type 1 is great. We have recently come to some agreements with The Weather Channel. I will give more details as we finalize things, but this should provide a lot of coverage about our race next summer. It is amazing how many people are willing to help us to reach our goal of raising $1,000,000 for JDRF. I am about to go meet with JDRF, and hopefully get some PR so that we can mutually benefit each other more.

On a diabetes side, I have been training again. It is all small right now, just trying to get rolling, and stay healthy. I should be doing some big hours in the next few weeks. Or at least building towards that level. But riding again has helped me to keep my averages down. My 14 day average is at 112!!! That is the lowest it has ever been. I attribute this to just paying attenetion. I have had great averages in the 120's, but I wanted to see if I could get them lower My point being that no matter what yours is, if you want to get it lower, you can do it. Set a goal. If you set a goal and check yourself daily to see how you are doing, you will get more conscience of it, and get better at control. If you do this, I would love to hear about it. If you want help doing this, I would like to help. Email me at teamtype1@yahoo.com

I have to run off to a meeting, so have a great day, and I look forward to hearing from you.
Phil

1:43 PM  
Blogger Phil Southerland said...

Hello!!!
Long time no update, but I am back on all fronts. Training has gotten mildly serious now. This means, early nights, lots of good food, but best of all I get to ride!!! That has been good. In 2 weeks of training, I have down 29 hours, and my lantus has dropped from 23 units, down to 16. The riding has sped my metabolism so much, that I barely have to do any shots.
At the start of training 2 weeks ago today, my 14 day average was at 125, which is good.
Now, in the past 14 days, I have checked 251 times, and my avg is 113.
I would like to be able to say that it is just cause I am better now. But that is not the case. It is definitely due to the exercise. It makes such a diffence in the speed my metabolism is going. I would urge all people (diabetics espcecially) to be as active as possible. It could be a 20 minute walk a day, or an hour bike ride, or even weights. Whatever you do, as long as you are being active, it will help your blood sugar control.

Also, you don't necessarily have to check 17 times a day. I tend to only check when I don't know where my BS is. So 45 minutes after a meal, a ride. I will check a lot before my rides. I am very excited about RAAM.
Team Type 1, monitored by FreeStyle is hoping to set the record as we race across America. The Weather Channel, dLife, Pezcyclingnews will all be hosting daily trackers of the team. Hopefuly JDRF too. As always, your support is very much appreciated. Every dollar we get is $1.00 closer to a cure.

As always, if you could use help achieving your control goals, please email me phil@teamtype1.org
I will try to help you get there. Together we can do it.
I have a new goal. I want to see my 14 day average between 100-109. It has NEVER been that good. Now is the time. Thanks for reading, and have a great day.
Phil
3/20/06

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Blogger Phil Southerland said...

Also, I had breakfast with Adam Coffsky today. He is 34 (right Adam) and has been a diabetic since age 1.
His A1C is 4.8. Looks like a new # to shoot for. I have never been below 5. If it doesn't affect my riding, I am going to try.

So far this week, 9 hours in 2 days. 4 hours yesterday, and 5:15 today. I am starting to feel good. Not great yet, but that is coming. BS pre-ride 89, BS post ride, 136. Not too bad.

Have a great day,
Phil

5:28 PM  
Blogger Phil Southerland said...

Hey, how are you?
So last time I said I had a goal of a 14 day avg of under 110. SO I got there. 109. It required being a little more dilegent, and making a couple extra adjustments, but it happened. Moral of the story is, no matter where you are, how good, we can always get a little better. Now I am shooting to get under 105. Any betters?
Training really starts next week. I will do appx 450-750 miles per week for the next 3 weeks. SHould be in shape after that stretch.

Thank you to all the supporters. We are getting close to our goal. Have a great day.
Phil

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I just want to say that I admire everything that the team is doing and I wish you all the best with your ride accross the country. Living with my now fiancee for 5 years and knowing the impact that Type 1 has on his life as well as mine makes endeavours like yours incredibly worthwhile. I hope more people learn of your mission and join the team. Good Luck!

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Anonymous Troy Willard said...

Thought I'd jump on board and post to get the ball rolling as we get closer to RAAM. I have my 14 day avg. down to 114. My goal is to drop Phil in the mountains in a few weeks and to get my 14 day avg. to 107. My next A1C is not scheduled until late May, right before RAAM. My goal for that is 6.0 or less. I'm feeling more fit than I've ever been, very lean and fast. I get to enter my local 13 hour MTB race this weekend and I'm doing it solo. Should be fun, challenging and a sure test to see how my endurance is after these 15-25 hours per week of riding for base training.
Thanks again to all our supporters! We are going to break this RAAM record!
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Hi - what your team is doing is awesome, and very much an inspiration. Raising funds is important, and so is raising awareness. You are a model of how someone can manage a chronic health situation and still lead a fullfilling life. Keep on pedaling, and know that you're being cheered on by many many people!
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Dr. Wright just sent an e-mail out that said you won RAAM - and set a new record. Maybe I will set a record when I grow up,'cause I am type1, too! Thank you for being a hero!
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