Hi @Jbrown94, and welcome! As @Gina suggested, lowering your long-acting insulin may help. I won’t be the best resource, though, because my sugars actually tend to rise when I go running!
Are your lows immediately after working out? Or is it after showering? For me, taking hot baths and/or showers lowers my blood sugars. (No idea why; another T1 once suggested that it is because the heat makes it easier for my body to absorb insulin more quickly.)
But if it is during the course of your workout, then the only thing I can suggest is to anticipate when you’ll be starting your workout and start trying to raise your sugars (maybe to about 150 or 160) about an hour beforehand. One thing that always elevates me quickly is yogurt. The other morning, I was 61 before my run. I ate yogurt about 20 minutes before I left for my run; and about 15 minutes into my run, I was on a path up, and by the time I got back home, my sugar was 159.
It’s awesome that you’re trying to get back into your routine; great job! And since you’ve only had T1 for about 4 months, it’s possible that your body is still producing a little bit of insulin (honeymoon phase), which could account for the lows. It’ll probably take you some time to figure out what your body needs, and to figure out what foods work best for you pre-workout. Good luck! And I’m glad you found TypeOneNation. I’ve had T1 for 25 years and only just found it last year. I wish I had known about it sooner! Feel free to message me if you want to chat a bit more about any exercise-related things, or anything T1!