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FITNESS ROUTINES DURING RAMADHAN
You may know the best time to workout for yourself, but you may need to tweak your plan during Ramadhan. Follow your own schedule and routine, and do what works for you, as all of us have different schedules, targets and commitments. Be it running on a treadmill before breakfast or sahur, or running after tarawikh, or going to the gym after breakfast, we just need to find time.
5 TIPS TO STAY ENERGIZED DURING FASTING MONTH
Often we feel lethargic during the month of Ramadhan due to lack of nutrients. Ramadhan is a month of worshiping God that is portrayed in many ways; like tarawikh prayers, reciting Quran, zikr, doing good deeds, charity and more. Performing some deed can drain your energy out. A popular question for muslims; Is there a way to make it up to this? There are more deeds I would love to do but how do I stay energized when fasting? Come! Let’s find out how.
1. Eat energy booster food
2. Drink plenty of water
3. Shake it up
Maintain your metabolism during Ramadhan as it may decline due to lesser food intake. Sitting too much or less movement makes your body more lethargic. Try walking around or do a mini workout to regain your activate your body energy.
4. Socialize around
Distract the tiredness by small chatting with your colleagues and friends. Socializing minimizes stress, boosts brainpower, and rids away the fatigue. While you chat, don’t forget to stick a smile and laugh more as it stimulates energy and improves mood.
5. Sleep tight
Get a good night sleep to improve your energy level for the next day. How can you achieve that? Sleep soundly by turning off electronic gadgets and make sure your bedroom is cool with the right temperature. Make sure you get at least 6 hours of sleep a day despite the late night Tarawih prayers and early morning suhoor. If you can nap during daytime, you could do that to ensure your body gets enough rest. Do not compromise your sleep.