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Chasing numbers on a blood glucose meter is NOT benefiting most of the people duped into the practice. For non-diabetics, people who are utilizing keto for body composition and lifestyle enhancement rather than management of serious disease, a small rise in blood glucose during or after exercise is not something to worry about and obsess over. If you are truly concerned about blood glucose levels, check your Hba1c…context is vital for these metrics. It is alarming how many people with little understanding of the intricacies of blood sugar regulation and hormonal responses to exercise and ketosis are taking bad advice and measuring their progress and self-worth with blood glucose numbers when, to many of them, it is irrelevant and distracting.