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How to stay active during Ramadan?

How to stay active during Ramadan?

 Although fasting can boost your health, some people find it hard to stay active during Ramadan. check our tips to keep healthy and stay fit during Ramadan!

How to stay active during Ramadan?


1| Eat Right

First off, let’s talk about nourishing your body with healthy foods. It’s important to make sure you’re getting plenty of complex carbs, lean proteins, and healthy fats to fuel your body during this special time. Don’t forget to add in some fresh fruits and veggies too, so you can get all the vitamins and minerals your body needs. And of course, indulging in some traditional Iftar desserts is totally cool – just enjoy them in moderation.


2| Stay Hydrated

Now, staying hydrated is key during Ramadan. Dehydration can be a common problem, so we recommend drinking at least 2-3 liters of water a day. You can switch it up with some delicious soups, smoothies, or flavored water to keep things interesting.


3| Sleep Well

Getting enough rest is also important for your body to function at its best. It’s tempting to stay up late during Ramadan, but try to prioritize getting enough sleep so your body can recharge and have the energy it needs.


4| Workout

And last but not least, let’s talk about working out. Even if you’re not feeling up for a full workout, a quick walk or jog before Iftar, hitting the gym for a workout an hour before or after, or trying a short HIIT program can help keep you active and healthy. 


It’s important to find the right time that works best for your body. Many people prefer to work out either before Suhoor or a few hours after Iftar, when their body is most energized. Some find it more comfortable to work out after breaking their fast, during the night-time. Listen to your body and choose a time that suits you best. 


So, there you have it! Just remember to focus on nourishing your body with healthy foods, staying hydrated, getting enough rest, and staying active. It’s possible to have a happy and healthy Ramadan. Thanks for tuning in!