With the start of the holy month of Ramadan, it’s time to sit down while holding a paper to make a chart regarding healthy food, diet and workout during exercise. Where we should have to add healthy foods high In water in our diet. On the other hand, Fasting throughout the holy month doesn’t need to wipe out your fitness, health and muscle gains. The question rises, should we be working out and exercising during Ramadan? But here we are to tell you that it’s perfectly fine. In fact, you should be if you aren’t. Also it’s perfect time to achieve your fitness goals during the holy month. Here we are sharing 8 Guidance and Tips for workout or exercising during the holy month of Ramadan.
Exercise Everyday Without An Excuse
Firstly, you should have to make decision to exercise or workout daily. Do you know fasting for 30 consecutive days without performing any physical exercise, workout or activity reduces strength and fitness. So you should decide to do exercise daily. Working out or exercising in a fasted state may actually promote good brain health and keep muscles biologically young. Exercising during fast is even known in some cases to boost energy, making you feel fresh, alert, and full of life. It helps keep the blood flowing and all the bodily functions working properly.
Choose A Best Yet Convenient Time To Hit The Gym
The second step or decision you should make is to choose a best yet convenient time to hit the gym. Best time to workout during Ramadan is either early in the morning or just before the Iftar or after 2-3 hours of Iftar. Exercise roughly an hour. Some workouts can also be performed after breaking your fast or just before Suhur.
Keep Your Ramadan Food Healthy & Specially Keep Iftar Light
Plan your meals to avoid slipping up with low-value food to stay on track with your targets. Cut out fried and sugary food in your menu. People must remember that what is required to sustain oneself is three meals and two snacks during the holy month. Not only sugary and fired, but also try to avoid fat foods which are heavy specially at Iftar time. As they will leave you feeling sluggish and unable to reach peck performance.
Workouts To Follow During Ramadan
Do those exercises and workouts comfortable within your fitness level. Whether you like to jog or cycle, or hit the gym for some time on the bikes and treadmills, it’s all good as long as you can stay active. Also keep your workout duration tight. Do exerciser for at least one hour or 45 minutes.
Make Sure You Are Medically Cleared
Before making any decision regarding your fitness routine and workouts, you should consult your physician. Also consult your physician before starting any physical activity, if you are not sure of your heath.
Drink Eight to Nine Glasses of Water
Make sure to drink a sufficient quantity of water to avoid dehydration between iftar and suhour. Water has no calories unlike other drinks and helps in replenishing your thirst. Make sure you drink at least eight to nine glasses of water.
Avoid Coffee & Spic
Caffeine is a diuretic that will make you want to urinate a lot more than usual. So avoid or limit coffee and tea since they are diuretic and gets you dehydrated especially at suhour. Also try to avoid foods that are high in salt such as pickles, salty crackers and canned food. As these type of foods increase the body’s need for water. Try to avoid hot and spicy foods as well as they increase your thirst.
Add Food High in Water in Your Diet
It is most important to add healthy foods high in water that can help prevent dehydration. As we know to drink at least eight to ten glasses of waters after iftar is hard. To prevent dehydration, we try to drink as much water as possible in sehri. However, it always seems to be in vain and we end up feeling nothing but bloated and nauseous. There are some foods more hydrating than others like Watermelon, Yogurt and Cucumbers.
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