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Workout in Ramadan and Nutrition Guide: How to Recieve your Fitness Goals


Workout in Ramadan and Nutrition Guide: How to Recieve your Fitness Goals

Old 02-10-2023, 11:21 PM
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It’s almost time for the holiest month in the Islamic calendar. Let’s look at some ways to celebrate and yet stick to your exercise goals and learn about workouts during Ramadan.

The ninth and most sacred month in the Islamic calendar is Ramadan. Ramadan will start on March 23 and end on April 22, 2023. Muslims fast between dawn and dusk throughout Ramadan. Ramadan is a time to refrain from unhealthy habits, spend time with the community, and give to those in need in addition to fasting from food and water. It is a month to establish and concentrate on forming healthy mental and physical habits, and for many people, this involves reaching individual fitness and health goals. However, it’s crucial for those who are currently exercising to understand that Ramadan drastically alters your routine, which may reduce how frequently or intensely you may exercise.

One of the biggest problems Muslims have during Ramadan is getting enough calories, micronutrients, and macronutrients within their eating window to give them adequate energy for the entire day. This is a problem for anyone trying to still accomplish their fitness objectives and stay healthy. Exercise can feel more difficult when you are fasting because there is less energy available to fuel your activities. Exercise can also make fasting more difficult because it increases hunger and thirst.

Table of Content

How to Lose Weight in Ramadan?
How to Build Muscle in Ramadan?
What Should be the Workout Timing in Ramadan?
  1. After Iftar
  2. After Taraweeh Prayer
  3. Before Suhoor
  4. While Fasting
Nutrition Guide
  1. Iftar
  2. Dinner
  3. Suhoor
Food to Avoid

To learn in detail about each of the above-mentioned points here please visit the following link:
Link: safafitnessclub.com/workout-and-nutrition-guide-during-ramadan-how-to-acheive-your-fitness-goals/

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Old 02-14-2023, 11:23 PM
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Cool, thanks for this
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Old 02-17-2024, 01:36 AM
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Your information looks impressive, thank you, I was really interested to learn about it
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