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Fitness during month of Ramadan

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On 4/10/2017 at 1:18 AM, ali_fatheroforphans said:

These are my tips for fitness during ramadan:

1) Exercise after iftari because it is not good to be dehydrated and exercise as your muscles require water.

Assalam Alaykum Brother,

Would one hour light running before iftar be healthy for the muscles?

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13 hours ago, _Fatima said:

Assalam Alaykum Brother,

Would one hour light running before iftar be healthy for the muscles?

I personally would be dead by that time and even light running would tire me. From what I have heard, running with an empty stomach is not too good for you. I would rather wait till after iftari when I have enough energy for my muscles to function properly.

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Make sure you get protein at iftar and suhor 

if, if you can train @iftar time or just before then training in a fasted state will burn fat and maintain/build muscle.  

Late night traininng in a 24/7 gym.  Protein shake/bar at suhor and you'll optimise muscle recovery. 

 

More importantly though take the time to reflect on your life and where it's going in general. Life, death, family, spirituality. Shahru Ramadhan is the perfect time for all of this and for reformation. 

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On 4/24/2017 at 7:07 PM, _Fatima said:

Assalam Alaykum Brother,

Would one hour light running before iftar be healthy for the muscles?

Time it so that the hour ends at  iftar time. Then you can go straight to breaking your fast.

Also it is good to eat after exercising because your food will burn faster since your metabolism will be high at that time.

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The best time is after iftar. It is because of lack of water and nutrient. Before you work out make sure you have enough carbs. Carbs are good for energy. You can get these from banana, peanut butter, vegetables, bread, rice. After your work out, it is best to have some protein. Protein helps your muscles and satisfied you. You won't be extra sore and tired.

If want any other help, I am a fitness coach online.

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