5 golden tips that help women continue to exercise during Ramadan

 5 golden tips that help women continue to exercise during Ramadan


There are only a few days left and the holy month of Ramadan is upon us, and this month is characterized by preparing various dishes for breakfast and suhoor, and eating them greedily by some, which may lead to weight gain.


Therefore, it is important for women to continue exercising during Ramadan and during fasting to maintain physical fitness, prevent weight gain, and maintain body activity and vitality.


In this article, we will give you 5 golden tips that will help women continue to exercise in Ramadan to benefit from them, my dear.


5 tips to keep exercising in Ramadan


1- Do not stop exercising during Ramadan:

Exercising in Ramadan is safe and possible, taking into account some things and precautions. 

Therefore, do not stop exercising during the month of Ramadan, until your body maintains muscle mass and fitness, as when you stop exercising, the muscles will be built very slowly again, which may cause sagging skin.


2- Reducing the number of training days:

You may be accustomed to exercising 6 days a week during normal days, but continuing to exercise in Ramadan may require you to

 reduce the number of exercise days to avoid fatigue and fatigue, and to stop exercising when feeling chest pain, rapid heartbeat, severe pain. In the muscles or headache.


3- Choose an appropriate time to exercise:

It is not recommended to exercise in the afternoon hours or during the late fasting hours, as the weather is hot and the body in these hours after fasting is exhausted and lacks fluids, meaning it is in a state of dehydration.


Therefore, the evening period is the best time to exercise, as the weather is less free, and it is preferable to do this in gyms and sports centers. 

The preferred time to exercise is just before breakfast, as breakfast comes to help build muscle, or at least two hours after breakfast, until the digestion process ends.


4- Get the necessary nutrition:

Drinking enough fluids is very important to get energy to do exercises, but in the month of Ramadan it is not possible to drink water at the time of fasting, so you have to get enough fluids at breakfast and suhoor to prevent dehydration.


Although Ramadan is the month of fasting and worship, it is known that you may gain extra weight during this month, due to eating

 binge during breakfast to compensate for the long hours of fasting, but this food makes it difficult to exercise freely and lightly. 


We recommend that you eat balanced meals so that each meal contains carbohydrates, proteins, healthy fats, and different vegetables.


5- Control the intensity of exercise:

Here is another tip that will help you to continue exercising in Ramadan, which is to reduce the intensity of the usual exercises, and

 this is by reducing the number of rounds, the size of weights and the speed of exercises.


 You can maintain the exercise routine you were following before the month of fasting, and not to make much progress or break personal best records, always listen to your body and adjust the frequency, intensity, duration and type of exercises accordingly.

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