Working Out During Ramadan

Congratulations on having the opportunity to observe Ramadan again this year, and for the precious chance again to pray for ourselves and our loved ones.

A typical fasting day this year will typically last between 16 to 18 hours, depending on where you live.

You will also average between 4 to 6 hours of sleep a night, if you are lucky.

During these long fasting hours, it is EASY to overlook your health. You can consume un-healthy foods that feel good, but can make you feel sluggish and bloated.

The bigger challenge that most muslims face is that of exercising. It is a challenge to workout when you have been without food or water for so long.

Based on our conversations with multiple nutritionists, the ideal time to workout is right before Iftaar, so that you can replish and hydrate yourself immediately afterwards.

Second, we also recommend working out at home because you save time and being able to consume an Iftar IMMEDIATELY after your workout.

Finally, we suggest that your workout be short and efficient, for the same reasons above. Let’s face it, doing those hour long workouts without ANY hydration is simply unhealthy and irresponsible.

Recently, our staff has been experimenting with a new 15 minute workout that meets these critical requirements above.

And get this, you only have to do this 12 times during the 30 days — that’s exactly 3 times a week.

That’s it.

The secret to this workout are these highly efficient 45-second movements that shrink fat and tone muscle, without using any weights.

Here’s the complete description of how these special movements work and how you can get started doing them at home yourself now to spike your metabolism and initiate unstoppable fat loss:
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